18 Beautiful Examples of Parallax Scrolling in Web Design The parallax effect in web design is something that has gained popularity over the past couple of years. When used properly, it can result in a rich and engaging user experience with seamless navigation. When used poorly, it can result in just a page with a lot of elements moving around and a terrible UX. If you’re considering using a parallax effect in your next web design project, we’ve gathered some great examples here to inspire you.
Design / Portfolio of Imran Ashraf / Web Design & Development / Branding / Digital Abstract Art / Bradford, UK From this point on I’ll refer to myself in the third-person, all the trendy creative people are doing it. Imran was born on a mid-Summers night in 1987 - the year the Knoll brothers first developed Photoshop (anyone smell irony?). He currently lives in Bradford which is in the north of England (no, not Scotland). Imran loved to draw as a child, and after his father bought the first family computer, Imran soon transferred his creativity from paper to MsPaint. He eventually moved onto working with Photoshop, Illustrator and Dreamweaver, after realizing MsPaint was not the industry standard.
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