Code-free parallax scrolling animator, closed beta invitation for WDD’s readers

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June 03, 2014
Code-free parallax scrolling animator, closed beta invitation for WDD’s readers.

[— This is a sponsored post on behalf of Webydo —]

Hot on the heels of their professional web design platform, WYSIWYG front-runners Webydo have announced their community-choice’s latest feature: Parallax Scrolling Animator.

Voted for by almost 90,000 users, Webydo’s release of the Parallax Scrolling Animator is a giant leap forwards for professional web designers; giving them the freedom to create incredible web experiences for their clients and visitors, without needing a developer, or having to learn code.

Webydo’s inviting our readers to be part of the design revolution and try out the first code-free Parallax Scrolling Animator that is pixel-accurate. This is a limited time offer and the first 8,000 designers who register within seven days will be invited to join their exclusive, closed beta program. Invites will go quick; last week, Webydo gave 2,000 invites to members of their community and they disappeared within the first 1.5 hours.

One of the hottest trends over the past 18 months, parallax scrolling is an effect where elements of your design change position at different speeds whilst a visitor scrolls down the page—producing a sense of movement, depth and excitement for your visitors. Until now you would have needed to understand JavaScript, or pay for an expensive plugin to implement it for your clients. Webydo's solution is the first pixel-perfect parallax animator that's code-free to implement.

Webydo's parallax solution allows you to define scrolling events and motion paths for elements as well as alter opacity, rotation and speed.

As with Webydo's WYSIWG editor, Parallax Scrolling Animator uses a unique visual interface so those of us who can't code can easily create engaging one-page sites that have both depth and motion.

Webydo is a community led platform. We've developed the pixel-perfect Parallax Animator because this is what our designer community voted for. Our designers are leading the platform and shaping its features. If designers will vote for a digital unicorn, our team will develop a digital unicorn! Now, we're dying to know what you think of our parallax scrolling animator—Shmulik Grizim, CEO Webydo

Parallax scrolling truly is one of the best ways to engage with your clients, give it a try, and see what you can achieve.

[— This is a sponsored post on behalf of Webydo —]

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