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Creative digital agency based in Paris | Sweet Punk Webdesign : 5 sites qui mettent le parallaxe au service de l’UX Les fêtes de fin d’année approchent à grands pas. À l’heure où tous les e-commerçants cherchent à se démarquer pour bien négocier cette période charnière, nous vous proposons d’explorer une nouvelle tendance webdesign très efficace pour faire vivre son site e-commerce : le parallaxe. Le parallaxe : entre science et webdesign D’un point de vue scientifique, le parallaxe correspond à l’incidence du changement de position de l’observateur sur sa vision de l’objet. Autrement dit, il s’agit d’un repositionnement de perception. En webdesign, le parallaxe est un effet de mouvement qui permet d’animer des images les unes avec les autres. Comment utiliser concrètement le parallaxe ? Le parallaxe peut être utilisé pour tous types de produits. Pour mieux comprendre cette nouvelle tendance du webdesign, nous avons décrypté 5 sites dont l’utilisation du parallaxe est particulièrement réussie. À situation exceptionnelle, création exceptionnelle ! Graphiquement aussi, la promesse est tenue.

DIY Low Poly Animal Masks for Halloween by Wintercroft | ilikethesepixels Halloween is just around the corner. It would be appropriate to have some kind of post, that relates to the greatest holiday of them all. At first, I thought I should do a pumpkin carving kind of post. But I couldn’t find anything good enough, so I decided to give that one up. Instead, I thought I might write about something more practical. Steve and Marianne Wintercroft are a married couple from the UK. Not long after, The Wintercrofts opened their own, very successful Etsy page. The Wintercrofts supply their easy to make, DIY animal masks templates with detailed instructions, that can be Digital purchased and instantly downloaded.

Google Analytics | Programmer des événements La mise en place du code vous permettant de programmer des événements dans Google Analytics est plus ou moins similaire à l’implantation du code de suivi traditionnel de Google Analytics. Le but des événements sur Google Analytics est de vous fournir davantage d’informations sur les actions réalisées par vos visiteurs (temps moyen passé par page, clics, pourcentage des pages parcourues, fichiers téléchargés etc.). L’implantation de ce code n’aura pas d’incidence sur le temps de chargement de vos pages. Nous allons voir dans cet article différents scénarios de programmation d’événements. Les questions à se poser en amont Avant de vous jeter dans les entrailles de votre site web afin d’y implanter votre code, vous devez d’abord passer en revue les trois points suivants qui vous aideront à construire vos rapports d’analyse : ● Définissez la structure de vos rapports : Connaître en avance la structure de vos rapports va influencer la manière dont vous allez paramétrer vos événements.

HTML & CSS Examples of Material Design in Action We touched on Material Design a few months ago (Material Design GUI kits, you should check them out!) just as Google’s innovative visual language began building up a head of steam. Since then, we’ve seen many, many sites and apps that have incorporated the visual language successfully. This is going to be the year of Material Design, and we love it Just in case you haven’t jumped on the Material Design bandwagon or aren’t fully convinced of it’s merits as yet, we’ve collected a small collection of HTML and CSS examples from Codepen that will surely convince you. Drawer Motion A demonstration of how the app drawer is filled with motion in Android Lollipop. Animated Tiles A CSS-based prototype of Material Design's animated tiles. Morphing Icons A collection of recreated 'morphing' icons in a Material Design style. Subtle Animation A CSS-only recreation of Material Design's flawless and subtle animations. Immaculate Transitions Immaculate examples of Material Design's transitions. Preloader

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K&i and the Humanistic Approach to Design by Karl and Ida Mynhardt, owners of K&i Editor’s Note: K&i, a creative design agency run by husband-wife team Karl and Ida Mynhardt, reached out to HOW to tell us about their newly updated identity and relaunched website. After chatting a bit, we were intrigued to learn how living and working in Cape Town, South Africa (after previously living and working in London) has influenced the agency’s work. Read on for a few words from K&i about the hands-on, humanistic approach the creatives now take when it comes to design. We find inspiration in everything, and often the most random things. It is because of these inherent characteristics why our ways of creating design have changed since relocating countries. We want to do good design for good people and are selective about the work we take on. We believe a handmade touch has the chance to deliver a message that speaks to people on a different level, to be more human, more approachable, more believable, more real. Additional work from K&i:

Facebook Design Resources Diverse Device Hands Two different diverse hands holding various modern smartphones (iPhone 4-6+, Nexus, Windows Phone).