Weekly Design Inspirations #4 — Parallax Websites that Scroll Horizontally
1 — CANALS by Marcus Brown and Aristide Benoist
2 — Home Société
Home Société curates stylish furnitures for luxurious lifestyle and its website is bold with its typography placements and photo layouts, which are reinforced with dynamic scroll motions.
3 — Benjamin Guedj
A portfolio website of a designer, Benjamin Guedji, follow a conventional horizontal interactions, but was executed extremely elegantly, and this website also has a grid layout version on top of this full screen version.
4 — 80s Fever by Vogue
Vogue composed series snapshots of the 80s style photos with the 90s cyber graphics in the slideshow format, and it demonstrates how horizontal slideshow in a desktop layout can be an effective story-telling technique.
5 — Piano Trio Fest
The website for piano trio festival at Saint-Petersburg, Russia in 2019, overlays beautifully placed typographies colored with iconic red, blue and white colors from Russia, whcih flies over playful interactive title font.
6 — Organic Superfoods from Rainforest Foods
The website of Rainforest Foods, a manufacturer and wholesaler of Wheatgrass organic superfoods, uses beautiful footages of the nature that makes viewers feel as they fly in space as scenes change.
7 — Nike Jordan Brand — Air Jordan 2012
This iconic Nike’s Air Jordan parallax website breaks apart and reconnects sneaker elements to portray the story and construction of Air Jordan series.
8 — icantcontrolmyego
The portfolio website of a developer Fábio Azevedo added three-dimentional space using wobbling effects on each photo.
9 — Lasse Pedersen
Beautiful style images of different sizes fly sideway in the website of Lasse Pedersen, a session hairstylist, and its airiness is one of the most effective use of the parallax effect.
10 — Norgram Studio
Although this may not be the true parallax site, the website for a design studio, Norgram Studio, smartly put together their portfolio site in its horizontal layout.