With new technologies like HTML5 and CSS3, it’s becoming possible to create more advanced, interesting and remarkable effects in the browser. While these effects can be gimmicky, when employed in the right way they can result in a remarkable and memorable website.
This online infographic highlights the problem of health compensation payout culture
The site helps you discover how much you could save on your car.
\”The design is based on the idea of paper money that can be folded into the key element,\” said the designer, Stephen Kay. \”Hence the slogan \’do more with your money\’. This folding notion helped formalise not only the initial logo design, but also the potential for a moving, interactive web page. It really lends itself to being animated.”
http://neomam.com/interactive/13reasons/(why your brain craves inforgraphics)
http://www.the-bea.st/ (check this out, story telling)
http://www.dementialab.org/ (it will take time to load)