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Last week I demonstrated some awesome examples of the parallax scrolling effect in web design, this week I thought it would be handy if I bought you a collection tutorials and resources that will help you achieve the parallax effect on your next project.
The Parallax Effect?
Just in case you are not sure what the parallax scrolling effect is, in most cases it is a collection of different background images and text that alter the sense of depth to the user when scrolling. Here are a collection of in-depth tutorials to get you started with the parallax scrolling effect, read and enjoy!
In this article, SM talk to the team that built the Nike Better World site to find out how the website was made.
A walk through tutorial on how the developer created the parallex effect with great success on the holding page for Clearleft’s latest project, Silverback.
A tutorial to teach you to make a Parallaxer of your own, show you one way of drawing assets for it, and ultimately inspire you to trailblaze the internet storytelling frontier in your own direction.
In this tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a basic instance of the parallax effect using jQuery.
On this tutorial we’re going to undress the structure of this websites parallex and then we’re going to create something inspired by Nike’s website using jQuery and CSS.
We will make use of the parallax principle to move different backgrounds when we slide to an image in order to create some nice perspective. This will give a great depth to the whole slider when it’s in motion.
In this tutorial, we’re going to take the original jQuery Parallax script I wrote and recreate a webpage similar to Nikebetterworld.
In this tutorial we will create a slideshow with a parallax effect using several CSS3 properties. The idea is to move the background positions of two backgrounds while sliding the container of the slides.