jsAnim is a powerful, yet easy to use library for adding impressive animations to websites, without sacrificing standards or accessibility. Weighing in at just under 25 kilobytes, jsAnim packs a lot of punch for such a little application.
The Script seems quite easy to use, just follow the documentation on the site…also includes a great example of the script in action. Simply a great way to create animation on your site 🙂
A remarkable collection of color gradient sets for photoshop and resource sites posted by Dainis Graveris of 1st Web Design. Give me anything photoshop and i’m happy, but this collection is really fantastic!
The post features sites with good color gradient collections you can easily download and bookmark for later and really good color gradient collections separately. My appreciation to Dainis 🙂
The title of this exceptional video is “Origami In the Pursuit of Perfection” by MABONA ORIGAMI. Commissionde by the advertising agency Nordpol+ Hamburg, Mabona designed the origami models and consulted the stop-motion as well as the computer animators of this world wide corporate movie that tells the story of the Japanese sports brand ASICS. Amazing creativity!!
In a previous post of introducing the Web Trend Map, the creators, iA are in the works of something quite amazing! They’ve been busy building an interactive version of the Web Trend Map under webtrendmap.com. The idea is simple: Track the online tends in real time, deliver them in personalized and localized isometric maps. Launch date of the revolutionary little online app is the storm date of the Bastille: July 14th. Just Check out this video!
Postbox offers powerful new ways to find, use, and view email messages and content, organize your work life, and get stuff done. Works on Mac and Windows! Features: Amazing Search capabilities; Conversation views; Tabbed Mail Browsing; Organize by Content and Tagging; Web Integration with your favorite Online Services (ie; Twitter, Facebook…); Anti-Phishing and Malware services…and much much more! I think my Mac Mail can move aside now – and Welcome Postbox 🙂