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This site is amazing


#1

Just thought I'd share this insane site. It's unbelievable. I'm usually not a fan of scroll hijacking, but this is ridiculously well done. Has anyone done anything remotely similar to this in Webflow?

http://acme-experience.com/


#2

@jordanshotwell yeah it's awesome!

Funny that you mention it, I'm working on something similar currently but it's a long term personal project and I've got a lot on so I've had to postpone it... stay tuned :wink:

You should try and make something like it as well :smile: it's really quite easy with interactions, the key is to plan it all out on paper first :smile:

Arthur


#3

Yeah, it's a LOT of interactions though! I have no time for that right now, it seems so overwhelming. But I'd love to at some point. Too bad most clients aren't up for anything that experimental!


#4

I remember seeing this on Muzli a few weeks ago, ACME World does some amazing work. :smile:


#5

Love it from a design perspective - but not from a customer one - sorry.

As someone who is new to design, how would Google rate it?


#6

That's amazing! Really cool interactions there. Our hope is to make things like this possible with our next iteration of Interactions in the designer.


#7

Saw that bad boy the other day, absolutely stunning isn't it! Love the colours and the golden yellow.

I'm not a massive fan of scroll hijacking either, I find on a lot of sites it causes me to skip to the next part accidentally, or it's too slow (which is damn frustrating!) but Acme have managed to nail it with theirs.

I actually had a bash at recreating something like the transitions of the titles (how they roll up into place). Mine's very crude and needs a looooot of work but I think you can see what I was trying to do! Done with WF interactions and using overflow to create divs that act like masks. Here's a gif of it:

Share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/jamies-sandbox?preview=ea55af4089d3e54ade776ed93a60b88d

Ta ra,
Jamie


#8