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Have you been noticing all the pretty sliding/scrolling articles that are popping up around the Internetz? My students think they’re wonderful, and so do I. So let’s look at a roundup of some great ones.
Of course we’ll begin with . This online levitra sale multimedia feature had the world journalism community talking and tweeting like crazy as soon as it appeared online. This blog post – – reproduces an internal online levitra sale memo about how popular the multimedia feature turned out to be. In this post at online levitra sale (a project concerning journalism code) – – the graphics director, graphics editor, video journalist, and deputy director for digital design who created this feature explain how they did it.
(from online levitra sale) is not only a fun, slidy mini-graphic novel – it’s also the subject of a short but online levitra sale how-to article: , by interactive developer Julian Burgess. online levitra sale: (check this one out).
ESPN was ahead of the pack with , a lavishly illustrated story about the Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher. online levitra sale: .
online levitra sale magazine used the technique as a showcase for photography, featuring Bat for Lashes singer Natasha Khan, in a cover story titled .
, an NPR story about photographer Charles W. Cushman, has a beautiful horizontal scrolling online levitra sale in the middle of the page. Look for the Play button below the heading “The Year Is 1938.” online levitra sale: .
online levitra sale‘s Burgess linked to a scrolling graphic story about fracking — (it appears that designer Linda Dong rolled her own scrolling code for this one) — which reminded me a little of , which uses scrolling graphics to tell the story of how much water we waste every day (online levitra sale: ). I found the fracking story to be more journalistic, especially given the sources listed at the end.
Another long-form narrative dressed up very nicely with this technique: , from online levitra sale. online levitra sale: . online levitra sale include .
(from the United Nations Population Fund) is a little harder to navigate than the others, in my opinion (it interrupts the vertical scroll with horizontal-scrolling slideshows), but the gorgeous photography and heartbreaking story make it well worth a look. online levitra sale: .
There are many tutorials for parallax scrolling — .
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