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How to Create a Coding Page Illustration in Adobe Illustrator

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How to Create a Coding Page Illustration in Adobe Illustrator

With all the flat style madness going on in the design community, we can quickly see how this is the direction of the future. Whether it’s icon design, mobile design, or web design, beautiful playful colors, lines and shapes are creating a new world for us to play in. Having said that, the current tutorial […]



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50 New Single Page Website Designs For Your Inspiration

Every year web design trends come and go, and it’s necessary for designers to keep up with them in order to stay up-to-date. Designers see each other’s work, browse likes and comments, and draw conclusions. Although minor trends pop up all the time, we’ll only talk about one of the major trends in this article: single page design.

50 New Single Page Website Designs For Your Inspiration

One page design is a hot trend these days. Even though this is not a common trend to follow but still as the new design styles come up, and as more and more designers notice them and make use of them in their work, this kind of trends emerge.

You possibly cannot imagine what designers can do with one pages as modern age designers love to experiment with things and observe how people interact with their work. The best one pages are those that help you convey your message into few quick scrolls. They are well designed and compatible with most Internet browsers.

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New Single Page Website Designs for Design Inspiration

In this presentation, you’ll find a variety of highly-creative, beautiful and most importantly inspirational designs which is following the same trend of single page designs.

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Shopify 2014

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For Better coffee

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Airpure

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Lionel Durimel – Digital Designer

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Material Palette

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Schoolrunner

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Resanova

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How Much to Make an App

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Google Calendar

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Wingmen

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Joeschlaud

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Trade Corp

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Happy New 3D Scrolling Experience

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Woodshedproduction

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25 Years of the Internet

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Kickstarter in 2014

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Hunger Crunch

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The Ring Bar London

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2014 in Hashtags

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Easy Rocket Studio

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Simonsweeney

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Andy Wolf

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The Perfect Jodi

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TDs for TVs

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Iconfinder in 2014

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Movement of Data

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Antihi

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Find Something Missing?

While compiling this list, it’s always a possibility that we missed some other great single page resources. Feel free to share it with us.

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17 CSS3 Transition Plugins & Tutorials To Create A Single Page Website

Here is another collection of some CSS3 tutorials and this time, we are focusing on creating transition effect for creating a single page website. In the recent times, we have seen that single page websites have greatly increased the user experience by reducing the unnecessary loading time of duplicated page contents.
So, without any further ado, here we are presenting the complete list of CSS3 transition tutorials to create a single page website for you. We hope that you will like this collection. Do let us know what you think about this compilation. Your comments are more than welcome. Enjoy!

Page Transitions with CSS3

In the last few years, we’ve seen a lot of single page websites lying around the internet, most of them using JavaScript for some transitions effect. Well, now I’m gonna teach you how you can have your own, but instead I’ll be using CSS Transitions and the :target property to do all the magic.

Medium Style page Transition

An article on how to achieve Medium’s next page transition effect—an effect that can be seen by clicking anywhere on the “Read Next” footer at the bottom of the page. This effect is characterized by the lower article easing upward as the current article fades up and out.

Coding a CSS3 & HTML5 One-Page Website Template

Web development is an area in which you have to keep up with the latest technologies and techniques, so that you are at the top of your game. And no wonder – this is an area which changes with an amazing pace. What is the standard now will be obsolete in just a couple of years.

CSS-only Responsive Layout with Smooth Transition

A tutorial on how to create a 100% width and height smooth scrolling layout with CSS only. Using a radio button navigation and sibling combinators we will trigger transitions to the respective content panels, creating a “smooth scrolling” effect.

Creating a Single Page CSS Website Without Images

Single page layouts are all the rage now, especially for portfolios. In this tutorial we’re going to be making something quite attractive that’ll work on a variety of platforms using no images, just CSS and Javascript. We’ll be making some awesome backgrounds too, using just Javascript. Let’s get started!

Fullscreen Pageflip Layout

A tutorial on how to create a fullscreen pageflip layout using BookBlock. The idea is to flip the content like book pages and access the pages via a sidebar menu that will slide out from the left.

Code a Single-Page Sliding Website Layout With Fixed Navigation

In this tutorial we want to demonstrate how you can build a custom sliding navigation with jQuery. There are many alternative plugins which provide these features and will also save time.

Typography Effects with CSS3 and Jquery

Today we will create a set of nice typography effects for big headlines using CSS3 and jQuery. There are many things we can do with CSS3 animations and transitions and we’ll explore some of the possibilites.

Interactive Infographic with SVG and CSS Animations

Learn how to build an interactive animated infographic using SVG, CSS and JavaScript.

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.

A Collection of Page Transitions

A showcase collection of various page transition effects using CSS animations.

3D Flipping Circle with CSS3 and jQuery

In this tutorial we will create a circle with a handle which will open once the little handle is clicked, creating a realistic 3D flipping effect with the help of CSS 3D transforms and shadows/gradients.

Putting CSS Clip to Work: Expanding Overlay Effect

A tutorial about how to create a simple expanding overlay effect using the CSS clip property and CSS transitions.

Page Preloading Effect

A tutorial on how to re-create the page preloading effect seen on the website of Fontface Ninja. We are going to use CSS animations, 3D transforms and SVGs.

How to Create a Tiled Background Slideshow

A tutorial that shows how to recreate the four tiles slideshow effect seen on the website of Serge Thoroval. Using 3D transforms, transitions and animations, the aim is to implement a smooth effect and add some variations.

Timeline Portfolio

Timeline is a jQuery plugin specialized in showing a chronological series of events. You can embed all kinds of media including tweets, videos and maps, and associate them with a date. With some design tweaks, this will make it perfect for a portfolio in which you showcase your work and interests.

Fullscreen Slit slider with jQuery and CSS3

A tutorial on how to create a fullscreen slideshow with a twist: the idea is to slice open the current slide when navigating to the next or previous one. Using jQuery and CSS animations we can create unique slide transitions for the content elements.


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Qards – Responsive Page Builder for WordPress

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Qards: WordPress Design Plugin

Qards is a WordPress tool with a variety of pre-designed cards that you can combine together in order to create the website that best matches your needs. You focus on content, the purpose of your website and the story you want to tell. Leave the rest to us.



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Key Elements of a Launch Page

12053600_sA launch page can be described as a beta page for an upcoming start-up. This is the “coming soon” page that companies put up before they are ready to launch their services or products. In order to effectively set up a launch page, there are some key elements that the web designer has to keep in mind.

Proposition

The first key element of a launch page is the information about what you are currently doing. With a clear and concise text, you will be able to set the expectations of the users. This information can also be used to spark the interest of the users.

On the other hand, withholding some information can surprisingly be effective in eliciting some level of interest in the start-up. In fact, one of the trends in creating launch pages today is using a stealth strategy. A stealth start-up can somehow manage to grab the attention of many users while deliberately holding back certain information about what the company will be doing. This can keep the audience on their toes.

Interesting Stories

Stories can grab the attention of your audience and make them stay. By sharing some stories in your launch page, you can introduce a bit of character and personality into an otherwise simple page. Moreover, any disjointed facts can be put together in a cohesive way using stories.

Telling stories is also a great way to interact with the users. Interesting techniques such as vertical scrolling and animation can be implemented in order to effectively tell a story.It will be ideal to put a call to action at the very end of the story.

Notification Form

As mentioned previously, another key element of a launch page is an eye-grabbing call to action. After showing the users what they should be watching out for, you can then give them the chance to subscribe to your website in order to learn more about the service or product ahead of the general public.

Viral Loop

With a viral loop already built into the launch page, you can jumpstart a sharing cycle among the target audience. This can be achieved by giving the users some incentives to share the news or the webpage to their friends.

For example, those who will share the web page to at least three of their friends can be given free early access to the new service or product.

Exclusive Subscription

Exclusivity can be a great tool in convincing people to join or subscribe to your website. Exclusivity can make the users feel valued because not everyone can easily join. Facebook, for example, started out as a website exclusive to only one university.

An invite-only sign up page can make the website more appealing to some users. Another way to introduce exclusivity to a launch page is to display the time left for the users to sign up.

Sharable Content

Even without any incentives for sharing and signing up, it is still possible to expand to a greater market with the use of sharable content.Infographics, videos or even toolkits can serve as such sharable content for your launch page. Anything that is interesting or helpful can be used to gain traction before the actual launch of your start-up.


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Changing Active Menu Item on Page Scroll Using jQuery

This tutorial will teach you how to change the active menu item on page scroll without using any special js files or plug-in.

Changing Active Menu Item on Page Scroll Using jQuery

In this demo we’ll use simple jQuery functions to accomplish our goal.

Expected Output:

On page scroll event, the selected (active) menu item will be changed according to the current section being viewed. It will also happen if user clicks on any of the menu item link. This type of implementation is good for single page websites having fixed menu bar. Let’s get started.

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First Step: Creating the Markup

The markup is very simple and easy. We are going to create simple navigation bar with few menu items as we have on www.instantshift.com. It has few items like Home, Web Design, CSS, Tools, Tutorials etc. The Page will have various text content blocks. Here is how the Markup looks.

<div id="maindiv">
    <div class="container clear">
        <div id="sidebar">
            <div id="checkdiv"></div>
            <nav class="">
                <ul>
                    <li><a href="#home" class="active">Home</a></li>
                    <li><a href="#webdesign">Web Design</a></li>
                    <li><a href="#css">CSS</a></li>
                    <li><a href="#tools">Tools</a></li>
                    <li><a href="#tutorials">Tutorials</a></li>
                </ul>
            </nav>
        </div> <!-- sidebar div end -->
        <div id="content">
            <section id="home">
                <h1>Home</h1>
                <p><!-- Home Content Goes Here --></p>
            </section>
            <section id="webdesign">
                <h1>Web Design</h1>
                <p><!-- Web Design Content Goes Here --></p>
            </section>
            <section id="css">
                <h1>CSS</h1>
                <p><!-- CSS Content Goes Here --></p>
            </section>
            <section id="tools">
                <h1>Tools</h1>
                <p><!-- Tools Content Goes Here --> </p>
            </section>
            <section id="tutorials">
                <h1>Tutorials</h1>
                <p><!-- Tutorials Content Goes Here --></p>
            </section>
        </div> <!-- contain div end -->
    </div> <!-- container div end -->
</div><!-- maindiv end -->

Our Html markup is ready now it’s time to add some CSS style.

Step Two : Adding CSS classes.

body{
      background-color:#520000;font-size:17px;
}

#maindiv{
      background:#F4F3E8 url(images/page_bg.png);
}

#title h1 {
     text-align: right;font-weight: bold;font-size: 25px;margin: 0;color:#fff;
}

.container {
     width: 1000px;margin: 0 auto;padding: 38px 0;
}

#wrapper{ 
     margin:0px auto;
}

#sidebar {
    width:250px;float:left;
}

#content {
   width:720px;float:right;padding-left:12px;
}

#title {
   width: 900px;height: 60px;float: right;
}

.clear:after {
   visibility: hidden;display: block;content: "";clear: both;height: 0;
}

nav {
  width:213px;background-color:#030000;border: 2px solid #4F4D4D;padding:0 12px;
}

nav.stickydiv {
   position: fixed;top: 0;z-index: 10000;margin-top:12px;
}

nav ul {
list-style-type:none;margin:0;padding:0;
}

nav li {
padding:5px 10px;
}

nav li a {
color:#fff;font-weight:700;line-height: 25px;
}

a{
text-decoration:none;
}

.active {
color: #F99;text-decoration: none;
}

p{
font-family:Verdana,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;
}

footer p{
  color:#fff;
}

Step Three : Checking the playground “jQuery”.

First of all we make sure that on click of the menu links, corresponding div should be scrolled up. As you can see in the below code, on click of menu item link we are removing the “active” class of current selected menu item and adding the active class to the clicked item link.

Then we are getting the ID of the clicked element. this.hash will return “#foo” which is ID selector. Hence $ (this.hash) is the same as $ (“#foo”) and it will select the element with ID foo.

$  ('a[href^="#"]').on('click', function (e) {
        e.preventDefault();
        $  (document).off("scroll");
        
        $  ('a').each(function () {
            $  (this).removeClass('active');
        })
        $  (this).addClass('active');
         var target = this.hash,
         menu = target;
        $  target = $  (target);
              
       $  ('html, body').stop().animate({
            'scrollTop': $  target.offset().top+2
        }, 600, 'swing', function () {
            window.location.hash = target;
            $  (document).on("scroll", onScroll);
        });
    });

On scroll event we are checking the position of elements against the scrolling amount as well as the sum of their height and position. On this basis we are adding and removing the active class of the menu items.

function onScroll(event){
    var scrollPos = $  (document).scrollTop();
    $  ('#sidebar a').each(function () {
        var currLink = $  (this);
        var refElement = $  (currLink.attr("href"));
        if (refElement.position().top <= scrollPos && refElement.position().top + refElement.height() > scrollPos) {
            $  ('#sidebar ul li a').removeClass("active");
            currLink.addClass("active");
        }
        else{
            currLink.removeClass("active");
        }
    });
}

and last on page scroll event we are checking if the sidebar will be sticky or not.

$  (window).scroll(function(){
        // the "12" should equal the margin-top value for nav.stickydiv
        var window_top = $  (window).scrollTop() + 12; 
        var div_top = $  ('#checkdiv').offset().top;
            if (window_top >= div_top) {
                $  ('nav').addClass('stickydiv');
            } else {
                $  ('nav').removeClass('stickydiv');
            }
 });

Here is complete script.

<script src="//ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.11.1/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script type="text/javascript">
$  (document).ready(function () {
$  (window).scroll(function(){
        var window_top = $  (window).scrollTop() + 12; 
       // the "12" should equal the margin-top value for nav.stickydiv
        var div_top = $  ('#checkdiv').offset().top;
        if (window_top >= div_top) {
                $  ('nav').addClass('stickydiv');
            } else {
                $  ('nav').removeClass('stickydiv');
            }
    });  

  $  (document).on("scroll", onScroll);

$  ('a[href^="#"]').on('click', function (e) {
      e.preventDefault();
        $  (document).off("scroll");
         $  ('a').each(function () {
            $  (this).removeClass('active');
        })
        $  (this).addClass('active');
         var target = this.hash,
         menu = target;
         $  target = $  (target);
       $  ('html, body').stop().animate({
            'scrollTop': $  target.offset().top+2
        }, 600, 'swing', function () {
            window.location.hash = target;
            $  (document).on("scroll", onScroll);
        });
    });
});

function onScroll(event){
    var scrollPos = $  (document).scrollTop();
    $  ('#sidebar a').each(function () {
        var currLink = $  (this);
       var refElement = $  (currLink.attr("href"));
        if (refElement.position().top <= scrollPos && refElement.position().top + refElement.height() > scrollPos) {
            $  ('#sidebar ul li a').removeClass("active");
            currLink.addClass("active");
        }
        else{
            currLink.removeClass("active");
        }
    });
}
</script>

That’s it, it’s easy right? Enjoy! Don’t forget to check out the demo.

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jQuery Action Menu

Here you can see this action menu in live action. Also, you can download the source files so you can edit and directly use them in what-so-ever you like.

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Why your website needs a landing page

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Good landing pages are designed to focus attention towards visitors engaging in one action. A landing page could be designed to convert traffic into sales, gather new enquiries, gain social media followers or email sign-ups. It sounds easy enough, but all too often companies don’t spend enough time and money on creating outstanding landing pages that convert.




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Six Ways to Harness the “About Us” Page of Your eCommerce Website

honestyWe are developing our marketplace and we've been analysing every aspect whilst doing so, including the "About Us" page. At first it seemed so simple, but there are baskets full of potential that can be fullfilled with the correct use of this page. The "About Us" page of your website provides you with the opportunity to introduce your brand […]
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Brookstone puts up pre-order page for Fitbit Surge before it’s been announced

Fitbit still hasn’t gotten around to officially announcing its new $ 250 Surge fitness watch, but the company’s retail partners are no longer waiting around. An apparent mixup has led Brookstone to prematurely publish a pre-order page for the “super watch.” A friendly tipster clued us in on the mistake. And the page (still live as of this writing) confirms everything we’ve already told you: Surge is a fitness watch — not a smartwatch — with built-in GPS and a variety of sensors that can record your workouts and overall activity regardless of whether it’s linked up to a smartphone.

Fitbit’s going after runners in a big way with this device; they’ll be able to look back at split times and route history thanks to the GPS, all without…

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Google CEO Larry Page just put Sundar Pichai in charge of almost everything

Google’s Sundar Pichai, who’s already responsible for overseeing Android and Chrome, is about to have even more on his plate. According to Recode, CEO Larry Page has sent a memo to employees revealing that Pichai will now lead nearly every major product division at the company. That includes search, maps, Google+, commerce, research, plus ads and infrastructure. The senior executives previously tasked with heading up those efforts at Google (including new world record holder Alan Eustace) will now report to Pichai instead of Page. Since YouTube is in many ways a standalone operation at this point, Pichai won’t be a middleman between CEO Susan Wojcicki and Page; she’ll still report directly to Google’s top boss.

Page will continue to…

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