These sites invite you to interact with them by more than points and clicks, and mouse around with drag and drop features.
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One of the best ways to up the dynamic ante especially with an online shop is drag and drop, and here it’s about putting ingredients on a cake to customize it. The best part is the puff of smoke that appears when the change happens, adding magic to the moment.
The site invites you to personalize the space by dragging an image and generating a kaleidoscope effect out of it.
Horizontal scrolling is the next most common application for a drag action, and here it’s to scrub through the timeline of a gallery, blog, and Twitter feed.
Yellow page border and matching custom scrollbars, a loading gif that’s based on the designer’s logo and other small touches that make the feel more coherent.
A spherical of white dots on black space come alive and change into different forms and letters when the music gets played.
Switch through three diferent products sideways, then uncover the kit and more details about each by scrolling downwards.
The scrolling main text can be dragged left and right, and on inner pages they just scroll as a watermark in the background.
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