Top 10 Best HTML5 Websites of 2014 Here are our editor's picks for the Top 10 Best HTML5 Websites of 2016 based on visual artistry, integrated sound, ease of use, and uniqueness. 1 | The Wilderness Downtown The Wilderness Downtown is an interactive music video for Arcade Fire's song ''We Used to Wait''. Visitors are asked to input the address of the home they grew up in and then the site uses Google Earth and HTML5 to create a personalized music video that takes the user on a journey back home. 2 | Heart of The Artic Heart of The Arctic takes users on an Arctic expedition/scavenger hunt through four distinct environments designed to show users the steps that would be needed to restore climate balance to the arctic region. This site perfectly showcases how Html5 can be used to create fun and educational websites.
Best Website Designs from France: The Citadel of Fashion and Art France is considered to be the citadel of fashion and a cradle of numerous art directions and movements. Web artists, who live in such a fertile and inspirational environment, are destined to come up with original ideas, exquisite designs and matchless projects; and the burden of proof lies on the best French website designs that are presented in the list below. French culture plays a significant role in forming creative minds. Whether you are studying fine arts from ancient, almost pristine Celtic and Roman periods, or medieval period with its Merovingian art, Carolingian art, Romanesque art or Gothic or just seek some inspiration in Modern period with its Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Surrealism or even Pop art, it certainly has awesome, impactful, bizarre, thought-provoking and uplifting things.
'Thrill Me' - Facial Recognition and Anxiety Mapping ‘Thrill Me’ is a content discovery system for smart TV’s and tablets that uses facial recognition to judge anxiety repsonse for scary movies… Cool huh? Portal CEO Julain McCrea, describes Thrill Me; “Users anxiety levels are measured, then Thrill Me presents you with two film trailers and measures your facial expressions and level of empathy. Then Thrill Me comes back with a recommendation on which to one watch, depending on which you are more thrilled by.” Thrill Me is just the front tip of a slate of productions coming down the pipe at Portal, delivering immerisve entertainment that wraps the audience up in dark thriller, supernatural and horror experiences. A video interview segment for The Guardian explores “how two startups and one well known book publisher are using digital technologies and matching up disciplines from publishing and gaming to transform literature and storytelling.”
Top 10 Best Flash Websites of 2014 Here are our editor's picks for the Top 10 Best Flash Websites of 2017 based on visual artistry, integrated sound, ease of use, and uniqueness. 1 | Pharrell Williams - Happy Pharrell Williams has employed Flash and his creative style to create the world's first 24 hour music video. More importantly he uses the full complement of Flash media integration to create a web experience that fully conveys the song's theme in a way that a traditional video could not. 2 | Clouds Over Cuba This interactive multimedia documentary uses the immersive nature of Flash to allow the audience to relive the Cuban Missile Crisis 50 years later and discover what might have been. Produced by the JFK Library this chilling website entertains and teaches.
Top 11 Marketing Taglines of 2008 - Resource Nation Small Business Articles & Advice Posted by Betsy Brottlund on November 20, 2008 in Marketing [ 4 Comments ] This year’s marketing tag lines have been incredibly catchy. From political campaigns to electrical devices, marketing campaigns and hot shot advertising agencies seem to be wittier than year’s past. Here are the Top 11 Marketing Taglines:
Effective Website Taglines: Getting the Message Across Toolkits A tagline is very often overlooked and omitted from website design and branding, but taglines can make an impact and can help your site and brand with first impressions. It is not by accident that some of the biggest companies in the world have catchy, memorable taglines such as 'Just do it', 'Have it your way', 'The real thing', and 'I'm lovin' it'. I'm sure you know which company owns each of those taglines, if not they are (in the same order): Nike, Burger King, Coca Cola, MacDonalds. When creating a tagline, you have to decide what it is that you want the phrase to refer to – your products, your style or any other aspect of your business, like your friendly approach, etc. Then you should 'brainstorm' – write down every word you can think of that is relevant to the message you want your tagline to impart, then start rearranging them until you have something you like.
Oculus' Mind-Blowing New Prototype Is a Huge Step Toward Consumer VR A render of Oculus' new Crescent Bay prototype Oculus A new head harness outfitted with IR LEDs allows for 360-degree positional tracking. Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe announcing the arrival of the company's new Crescent Bay prototype. Clever and Conspicuous Tagline is a First Step to a Good Acquaintance Landing page is considered to be the most viewed page of any website. It usually serves as an intro section that consists of brief information about your business, including such essential stuff as logo, menu, welcoming photo-based or illustration-driven mascotes and, last but not least, tagline. The latter is mainly associated with opening headline which duty is to: Clarify what your agency does;emphasize difference between you and your competitors;encourage users to explore your website further;give a glimpse of your brand;promote your potential;show benefits;build emotions;establish proper atmosphere;add creativity.
standouts-in-tech-drones-virtual-reality-instant-translation-and-ai Photo LOTS of cool new technology products come out every year, but usually only a few stand out. These few, though, are often mind-bending — they alter your perspective of what’s possible in the future. Face Research ⇒ Demos ⇒ Transform an Image Drag the images to the blank faces and click on the button to see the “image to transform” transformed by some percentage of the difference between the “transform dimension” images. Examples: Settings Image Display Height: 200px Shape Transformation: % Colour Transformation: % Shape: to % Colour: to % Frames: Speed: Source Images Individuals Age Averages Azucena Corporate Identity on Behance Azucena is an industrial design company. I have imagined this Italian industrial reality in the future. Firstly, I have summarized the needs of A… Read More Azucena is an industrial design company.
The Selfhood on Behance The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such… Read More The following is a digital compositing project reflecting the selfhood of an individual through searching within the stages of his/ her life such as interpersonal relationships, managing emotions and the search of identity. Read Less Published: June 23, 2013 TEDxGUC - Team2014 Ahmed Mokhtar Amr Elselouky Ahmad Al-Ashry How To Design Interfaces from a User Experience Perspective Both web design and mobile app design share many similar features. One of the most important features is that they’re both created for an audience, whether young kids or teens or adults or some kind of mix. The end user should be your most important priority when it comes to brainstorming new ideas. For this reason I’d like to share a few tips related to interface design for creating a beneficial user experience. UI design focuses more on elements like composition, rhythm, balance, colors, and legibility. UX design focuses more on interactions, animations, swipe or click effects, and how elements come across to a first-time user.