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Dec 20, 2013, 03:43 #1
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Review my UX experement
I need your opinion on graphical style and navigation.
- Cyrillic filler text! Generally, cyrillic fonts are ugly as if they carved with an ax, especially on the large letters, so i have spend reasonable time to find proper font and i want you to embrace it's typograpical beauty :P
- Since it's not a commercial site i didn't include fallbacks. So only IE 11 and all fresh browsers.
- It's adaptive (3 level) and touch enabled.
What I want to accomplish:
I like how Apple(http://www.apple.com/iphone-5c/) used partially obscured graphic elements to subconscious tell that this page is scroll-enabled and how scrolling isn't a scrolling as we know it but more like some parallax-scroll thingy without invalid state(when you half-scrolled from one section to another and content is out of place and looks weird or unreadable) and still it feels like scrolling. So i wanted to try something like this, but build around HTML5 video backgrounds and to be non-distracting.
On the technical side:
I have made this project to play with Google Dart language (just released from beta) SASS/compass, HTML5 goodies and a new grid systems from the Foundation + some Scala on the Google App Engine JVM.
And it was pretty much good, well greased experience. I've managed to optimize pretty much every aspect of the page. Here's some benchmarks: 1, 2, 3 With js and vanilla css it would be too hard and to tediously to do for free :P
Ah yes. Here is the link http://tvc-2m.appspot.com/