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CSS3 Clock With jQuery

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Analogue Clock

analogue clock

3D Cube That Rotates Using Arrow Keys

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Multiple 3D Cubes (Slide In/Out)

multiple 3d cubes

CSS3 Accordion

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Auto-Scrolling Parallax

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Image Gallery

image gallery



7 Javascript-effect Alternatives Using CSS3

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Image Hover Effects

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Turning Coke Can (Control With Scrollbar)

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3D Meninas

3d meninas

Polaroid Gallery

polaroid gallery


Note: this one is graphic intense and takes a while to load, but the result is crazy!


Mac Dock

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Drop-In Modals

drop in modals

Sliding Vinyl

sliding vinyl

Zooming Polaroids

zooming polaroids

Animated Rocket

animated rocket

Poster Circle

poster circle

Morphing Cubes

morphing cubes

Falling Leaves

falling leaves

Animated Polaroid Gallery

polaroid gallery

Spotlight Cast Shadow

spotlight cast shadow

Colorful Clock

colorful clock

Lightbox Gallery (Draggable)

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Elastic Thumbnail Menu

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jQuery DJ Hero

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Dynamic Stacking Cards

stacking cards

Another Image Gallery

image gallery

Snow Stack (Control With Arrow Keys)

snow stack

Animated Pricing Column

animated pricing column

Slick jQuery Menu

slick jquery menu


sticky notes

CSS Tabs Without Javascript

css tabs

Tab Menus Without Javascript

tab menus

SVG Fisheye Menu

fisheye menu

Dynamic Presentation Without Flash

dynamic presentation

Rotating Gallery

rotating gallery

Dropdown Menu

dropdown menu

Another Fisheye


Frame-by-Frame Animation (Hover to Play)

css3 animation

Another Accordion

another accordion

AT-AT Walker (No Flash or Javascript)

css3 animation walker


What to Expect in 2010: UX/UI Design Simplicity

1) Col de Turini, France



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2) Stelvio Pass, Italy



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3) Leh–Manali Highway, India


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4) The Puxi Viaduct, Shanghai

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This is one of Shanghai’s busiest and largest interchange that caters to thousands of vehicles every hour. It has five levels of bridges that help connect two of the cities busiest highways, directing vehicles without much fuss.

5) The Judge Harry Pregerson Interchange, LA


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6) The Road of death, Bolivia

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7) Russia’s Lena Highway, the Highway from Hell



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8. Gravelly Hill Interchange, Birmingham, UK


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Gravelly Hill Interchange, nicknamed ‘the Spaghetti Junction’, is the 6th junction  of the M6 motorway, where it joins the A38 Aston Expressway in Birmingham, UK. The name “Spaghetti Junction” was coined by Roy Smith, a journalist from the Birmingham Evening  Mail in the 1970s. The areal view of the junction sure tells us why it is called the Spaghetti Junction. Spanning an impressive 30 acres, the junction serves 18 routes and includes 4 km of slip roads. Across 6 different levels, there are 559 concrete columns, reaching up to 24.4 m in height. The engineers had to elevate 13.5 miles of the motorway to accommodate 2 railway lines, 3 canals, and 2 rivers. It’s the most complicated junction in United Kingdom.

9) Russian-Georgian “Military” Mountain Roads



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10) Guoliang Tunnel Road, China




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11) Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan (Chungheng)

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Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan (Chungheng)

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The Taroko Gorge Road in Taiwan is another mountain route  made by carving out rocks, like the Guoliang Tunnel road. The road passes through the Taroko national park alongside the Taroko Gorge. The road is an appeal to the tourist, as well as a mode of transportation of marble found abundantly in the Gorge.

12) Pasubio (Vicenza), Northern Italy

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This is a hiking trail made out of an ancient road trail. The road serves mostly for motorcycles and certain types of car. The road is dangerously narrow and slippery, spanning many cliff faces and tunnels with stunning scenery, making this a popular destination for adventurous travelers.

13) The Halsema Highway in the Philippines

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14) Trollstigen in Norway

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15) Los Caracoles Pass in Andes

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16) Iroha-zaka winding road, Japan

Irohazaka Winding Road Japan


17) Van Zyl’s Pass, Namibia

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18) El Espinazo Del diablo, Mexico

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El Espinazo del diablo

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19) Lysebotn Road, Norway

Lysebotn Road

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This is probably the most fun road you can travel on four wheels, and then maybe on your two legs checking out the various hiking trails leading from the area. In fact, this might be considered the most breathtaking place in Europe. It all starts with the narrow road up the steep walls of the Lysefjord, Norway. It has 27 switchbacks and a 1.1 km long tunnel at the bottom, with 3 switchbacks inside. The last 30 km of Lysebotn road is a true roller-coaster! It’s narrow but has a perfect surface, winding left and right all the time. If you happen to ride a motorcycle in Norway, then this is the road you simply cannot afford to miss!


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January 28th, 2010

Patrick Molnar is a designer by profession, but at heart he’s a hardcore gamer. Together with fellow German Phil Penninger, a most impressive collection of Videogame Systems and early home computers has been assembled and made available to the masses. Spanning over 35 years, you’ll find all the classics from the US & Japan, complete with photos, original packaging and a biography -all available online and as a nice soft cover coffee-table book. From a pure design perspective, it’s brilliant to see how the gaming industry has evolved over time, and impressive to see how revolutionary the early-systems really were. Sure the games nowadays are insane high-def masterpieces, but nothing will ever beat the classic stylings of the wood-paneling on the Atari VCS.

It pretty much all began with the Magnavox Odyssey, a behemoth of a machine from 1972 that opened the door to a new type of entertainment, something that combined the social aspects of board games, with the new-aged technology of the digital world. There are some great classics in this collection, and some very interesting oddities; from the multiple Pong systems (which was almost an industry in itself), to the self-contained Vectrex which came with its own monitor, to my personal all-time favorite: the Sega Master System 1, which took 8-bit graphics to whole new heights. If you’ve got a few hours, go reminisce about your wasted youth here.

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Happy NY friends!

Hello my BSV mates! I wish you all happy holidays and very creative next year!

And here’s my last personal work. Only vector, no photoshop, no any post-production XD

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Physalia Concept, a garden under water

Blow of heart for the discovery of the architect Vincent Callebaut (viaFubiz) proposing different plans for sustainable development. His latest, “Physalia” a ship is 100% self-sufficient in energy scheduled to travel on European rivers with its perfect symmetry, its oblong shape and translucent look.

Aimed at the emergence of a vanguardecological, conception to zero carbon is eco-designed from renewable energies. Physalia is divided into four themed gardens: Water (main entrance), Earth (the heart of the laboratory), Fire (lounge submarine) and air (oxygen space).

Physalia is a Navyamphibian, half aquatic and half terrestrial aimed to combine ecology and economy of water to develop strategic solutions to boost the river network and participate in the new prototypes of environmental resources.

+ More information on the project by Vincent Callebaut on its website


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