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Design Focus: Multidirectional Scrolling

We’ve seen special scrolling effects before but it’s usually top to bottom, or left to right, with a little parallax thrown in. This week’s featured sites go at it in every which way, making for an unusual and exciting browsing experience.

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Larissa Becker

Larissa Becker

The thing about controlled scrolling is it’s best to stick with the navigation links rather than scroll manually, otherwise the effect might feel erratic. What’s interesting here is the use of origami instructions as a marker for each screen. Most of the images are framed inside circles, with interesting stacked and slider layouts.

Skullcandy Supreme Sound

Skullcandy Supreme Sound

We follow a headphone cord as the content slides and rotates into view. Some dust particles on a separate layer also respond to mouse movement for added depth. After reaching all the way down you somehow wind back up!

Panera Soup Stories

Panera Soup Stories

A top-view design is another way to play with perspective and the gorgeous photography helps a lot. It’s also a great idea to add animated smoke coming from the soup bowls to drive that warm, cozy feeling home.

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