Mark Lawrence Design :: Graphic, Web & Print Design Portfolio GIFPaint Showcase Of 45 Websites Using The Parallax Scrolling Effect Parallax scrolling is a special scrolling technique in computer graphics, wherein background images move by the camera slower than foreground images, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D video game and adding to the immersion. This effect has been adapted to web design and since its first appearance it has evolved a lot and also expanded into a trend. Thus, I could make a list of 45 websites that use this incredible effect and I’m offering them to you for inspiration. artofflightmovie.com moodsofnorway.com 2011.beercamp.com rowtothepole.com siebennull.com unfold.no campaignmonitor.com livingword.co.uk beetle.com marklawrencedesign.com lostworldsfairs.com/atlantis head2heart.us tntrailsandbyways.com activatedrinks.com cantilever-chippy.co.uk black5.de nikebetterworld.com newzealand.com ap-o.com culturalsolutions.co.uk defendtheinter.net kalendiar.lenm.cz convax.com makingconnectionseveryday.com estebanmunoz.com fingerbilliards.com thebeatlesrockband.com kiskolabs.com xhtmlslicing.com batman-3d.de sullivannyc.com
July and August To celebrate Chinese New Year, I made dumplings 餃子 with mushrooms, tofu, and napa cabbage. Mike helped wrapping the little parcels, and we boiled them in a homemade vegetable broth with baby bak choy. Happy Rabbit Year! In a frying pan, sauté ginger, garlic, and green onions in a little vegetable oil, until they’re softened but not brown. Raise the heat and add the mushrooms. Stir fry for a few minutes, then stir in some soy sauce, mirin, and salt and pepper to taste. In a large mixing bowl, crumble the tofu with a fork or chopsticks. Put a spoonful of ﬁlling in a sheet of gyoza wrapper (defrost if frozen). Boil the dumplings in vegetable broth for a couple of minutes.
BeerCamp at SXSW 2011 new collection - "Playful ads, hang on the good days" - Spring / Summer 2011 All our models You can order by email, Facebook, telephone +381.64.316.0048 or you can drop by to our showroom at Cvijiiceva 95, Belgrade. BTW - follow us follow us on Tweeter :) My parents, sister, boyfriend, friends and colleagues who took part in this project, as well as in previous ones: Design: Nikola Arežina Typography: Verica Sokanović Text: Maja Josifović Photo: Andrej Nihil Models (in the order of appearance): Milena Goševski, Jelena Šurlan, Marijana Katić Hair and make up: Nikolina Arežina Equipement: Studio Redakcija, Andrej, Borko, Marko T-shirts: Braća Burazeri, Nikola i Nenad Radojčić Jewelry:: Rename Shop, Nikolina Kostur Hide