CSS3 — Product Management UX/UI & Interacion Blog — Frank derFrankie Neulichedl


Will we use 3D for interaction on our websites?

I like technology demos - I like this one very much, especially the Michael Bay Clouds. But I try also to figure out if there is some immediate use for "normal" web interfaces, not just games. While I can see that cool animations would make a website more desirable, it would also make it slower to use - and if overdone maybe gimmicky.

Not to mention the whole mobile aspect ... yeah I know progressive enhancement - but should I recommend one of my clients to have a website using this technologies? Probably not.

#3d #CSS3 #UX

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CSS3D Clouds An experiment on creating volumetric 3d-like clouds with CSS3 3D Transforms and a bit of Javascript. Move the mouse to rotate around and mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Hit space to generate a new clo...

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Animate your Website Elements the easy way

CSS3 has introduced easy animations to webdesign ... but what if you are new to animating and don't know what looks good or want to see a couple of examples? Here is a cross-browser CSS Animations that look really good and will help you make you website look more animated. I can already see them in use on forms and sliders.

#CSS3 #Animation #Free #Resource

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Animate.css - a bunch of plug-and-play CSS animations

Animate.css. animate.css is a bunch of cool, fun, and cross-browser animations for you to use in your projects. Great for emphasis, home pages, sliders, and general just-add-water-awesomeness. Create ...

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