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Responsive Multi-Level Menu - Demo 1

Responsive Multi-Level Menu - Demo 1

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Fullscreen Layout with Page Transitions A simple responsive layout with some fancy page transitions. The idea is to show four items initially and expand them. Some additional page transitions are added for inner items. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share an experimental responsive layout with you. Initially, the layout shows four flexible boxes. UI Design Guidelines for Responsive Design Some UI guidelines and tips to consider when designing a website to make it cross-device friendly and responsive. The web development community has come up with endless solutions, best practices, and tools for coding a responsive design with ease. While the vast majority of websites can be made responsive now, it’s time to push the envelope further. It’s easy to pay attention to great coding best practices, but sometimes the best design practices for various screen sizes get pushed aside. Many resources on responsive design cover the basics — make use of excess space on desktop, make things simpler on mobile. Yet, many don’t go beyond this basic knowledge.

Text Opening Sequence with CSS Animations A simple and fun text opening sequence effect with blurry letters using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today I want to show you how to create a fun little typography effect with CSS animations and text shadows. Maybe you know those eerie opening sequences of movie trailers where some text is being faded in on a dark background. After seeing Introducting Briefs (which is not a terror movie trailer but a preview for an interesting app) I got inspired for recreating the effect using CSS. The Ultimate UX Design of: Responsive Web Design Navigation In this series Marcin Treder of UXPin – The UX Design App explains how to design the User Experience of the most important ingredients of web and mobile apps. Step-by-step tutorials and examples from the most important services in the world will help you in your own, everyday practice. Responsive Web Design – Current state of affairs Three years have passed since Ethan Marcotte coined the term “Responsive Web Design”. Once a revolutionary fresh idea, has in the year 2013 been transformed into a commodity.

Creating a Border Animation Effect with SVG and CSS The website of Carl Philipe Brenner has some very creative and subtle animations and today we want to explore how to recreate a border animation effect using CSS transitions on SVG lines. View demo Download source Today we’d like to explore a very subtle, but interesting border animation effect that can be seen on the creative website of Carl Philipe Brenner. When you hover over one of the white portfolio items in the grid, you will see a subtle animation happening: the grid item becomes transparent and the border lines of each side animate clockwise, creating a really nice effect. In this case, the effect is done by animating the widths or heights of several spans with some JS. We’ll try a different approach that uses SVG and CSS transitions.

How to Make a Single Page Responsive Website with Flat UI Pro (Part 1) David East takes you step-by-step through the process of creating a simple website using Designmodo’s Flat UI Pro framework. In this video tutorial, you will learn to create a simple, single-page responsive website using components from Flat UI Pro. East takes you through the process of using the kit and customization to create a website from start to finish, from creating simple navigation to adding specific fonts, colors and images. As an added bonus, this kit works with the Twitter Bootstrap framework, making it fully responsive. The tutorial will help you build the site, fix any issues that pop up between screen sizes and publish. While you do need some knowledge of coding and web design basics, this tutorial is easy to follow and can have you on the way to building a great website in a matter of minutes!

Fixed Background Scrolling Layout A fixed background image scrolling layout with 100% height panels and smooth scrolling. View demo Download source A simple scrolling layout with fixed background images using background-attachment: fixed and a navigation. The page will scroll smoothly to the selected section. Mobile development with HTML5 HTML5: the standard, the buzzword and the legend If you read blogs that are even slightly related to tech, you likely hear about HTML5 on a near-weekly basis. Although the new web standard does not do your laundry, it has features that enable the creation of powerful applications—using only HTML, CSS and JavaScript (a Rails back-end can bring additional firepower to the table). This post will go over some key concepts and features of HTML5, setting the stage for more advanced subjects. Browser Compatibility

"Look Inside" Book Preview with BookBlock A "look inside" book preview with BookBlock. A concept for book showcases or online book stores that shows a grid of books with the options to view the details and to look inside of the book, opening the BookBlock in fullscreen and allowing for a 3D page navigation. View demo Download source Push the minimalist approach one step further by hiding site navigation by Flo Preynat Simple things are most of the time the most appealing ones. It is so true in life, and this happens to be true (this is my opinion anyway) in web design. I often take peeks at minimalist web designs thinking “this web site has got nothing on, yet it looks wicked”.

A Collection of Page Transitions A showcase collection of various page transition effects using CSS animations. View demo Download source Today we’d like to share a collection of creative page transitions with you. Junior - A front-end framework for building HTML5 mobile apps with a native look and feel. A front-end framework for building HTML5 mobile apps with a native look and feel. CSS3 Transitions optimized for mobile performance. Swipable carousels using flickable.js. Integration with backbone.js views and routers.