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30 Great Interactive Sites

30 Great Interactive Sites
I apologize for not posting on the Wall for the longest time, but yes, I’m still alive (just been busy with Themify). Today I have an awesome post to share — 30 great interactive sites. HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript have opened up many design possibilities. Web design nowadays is very interactive, it is no longer limited by static layouts. The 30 sites listed below demonstrate great examples of interactive web design. It ranges from simple transition effect to cool parallax scrolling to rich media presentation such as music audio and videos. Bienville Capital Management The Bienville Capital Management site offers seamless transition between pages. Tool of North America At the first glance, the Tool of North America site looks like a Flash site, but it is actually all done with Javascript, HTML5 and CSS3. Whiteboard The background’s blurry effect is particularly stunning on the Whiteboard site. Cyclemon Simply beautiful illustrations presented with parallax scrolling! Mahedine Yahia Satorisan

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