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An interactive decision tree


#1

An interactive decision tree presented as a mobile engagement for an alcohol company. Like many ideas, this one never made it online... I had a bit of time so I thought id finish the illustration and try to get it working.

http://doyoubuythatgirladrink.com/

Public Site Profile:
https://webflow.com/website/doyoubuythatgirladrink


#2

Hi @moreofthesame, I seem to recall you had a published link to this site at one time, but I cannot seem to find it. Do you still have this published? This was fantastic, love to see it again smile dave


#3

@cyberdave is that a polite way of saying: You forgot to post a link you fool. Thanks for letting me know, I've updated the post with a link.

smile


#4

Haha @moreofthesame, thanks for your update smile No, not a reminder, I just happened to remember your earlier version. Great site smile


#5

Hahahahahah :D I love it @moreofthesame :D


#6

thanks @bartekkustra & thanks for share wisdom on the forums


#7

Wow @moreofthesame - this is insane - I can't believe this is built in Webflow. My jaw is on the floor...


#8

Wow @moreofthesame your site and portfolio is amazing! Did you happen to create a public site profile for it?


#9

Cheers @brryant I've just added the public site profile... Glad you like the work, Are you hiring? wink


#10

@moreofthesame http://jobs.webflow.com/ do it!!! wink


#11

Cheers @PixelGeek... Application Sent... Fingers Crossed.


#12

Hey @moreofthesame you're getting some recognition for that awesome site! It just popped up on my Muzli sample screen as some design inspiration! smile Good work!!!

http://muz.li/


#13

Cheers @Godweeno. I put it on awwwards to see what sort of traction it would get. Now I'm nerding out watching my google analytics tick over, I should probably go and get a life.


#14

Great Site...Blew my socks off (is the expression I believe)
I really would like to know how you did it...
Can we chat somewhere?


#15

Get a life? What's that?


#16

Awesome concept and crazy good execution. Shows the power of interactions and a hefty chunk of creativity. Congrats!


#17

@TMess have a look at the public link & poke around... you will have to set the 'overlay' div to hidden & the 'PageWrapper' div to overflow visible then it should all make sense.


#18

Hmm... That does help
...but what scripts are you using?


#19

No external js, there's a very small piece of css that allows people to click through the overlay div.

Each button has a separate interaction assigned to it which moves its the content wrapper 10% left, right, up or down, but each coordinate has to be assigned separately.


#20

Hmm... cool..
thanks for the reply...
The site just makes sense now...