A little menu effect with composed of two things which is an SVG path overlay animation when it opens (or closes) and an infinite CSS powered background animation of an image grid.
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Some ideas for horizontal smooth scrolling layouts powered by Locomotive Scroll.
The main concept behind these layouts is to play around with animations that feel and work well for scrolling to the sides. This includes animating images and text depending on the direction we scroll. Moving things up and down for example or skewing them can create a really interesting dynamic effect.
Some experimental video transitions using Curtains.js and shaders.We’ve done some crazy polygon transitions, and before that some WebGL Image Transitions. But a lot of people have been asking how to translate those techniques into the video world. And I agree, one cannot underestimate the importance of video on the web.
Some ideas for scroll animations for image grids powered by Locomotive Scroll.
A layout with a menu and background image grid that animates to an inner content page. The idea is to show a menu with a nice background grid of images and when choosing to explore a project, an animation happens where the images of the background grid fly away and an inner page shows.
A short tutorial on how to recreate a letter stagger animation with GSAP and Splitting.js. It happens when you click on “About” (and then “Close”). This kind of show/hide animation on the typographic elements is being used in many designs lately. At Codrops we call it a “reveal” animation.
CindyJS is a framework to create interactive (mathematical) content for the web.It aims to be compatible with Cinderella, providing an interpreter for the scripting language CindyScript as well as a set of geometric operations which can be used to describe constructions. Together, these components make it very easy to visualize various concepts, from geometry in particular and mathematics in general, but also from various other fields.
Rough Notation uses RoughJS to create a hand-drawn look and feel. Elements can be annotated in a number of different styles. Animation duration and delay can be configured, or just turned off.
A simple CSS-only marquee effect for a menu based on Francesco Zagami’s Dribbble shot.It has a really nice marquee animation when hovering a menu item (you have to wait a couple of seconds to see the menu).