Mammoth Media CSS
Mammoth Media is a website dedicated to visual storytelling. The general feel is a sense of adventure and originality.
The first page on the site prompts users to watch a short video meant to give them a feel for the kind of work the company creates. It is a brief compilation of clips from a variety of their projects set to the tone of relaxing music. At the end it offers the opportunity to click on other work.
One of the features of this website that I particularly like and wanted to learn for my assignment was how to have my photos become transparent when I scrolled the mouse over it though I could still see the picture. It also displays the title of the project. The only thing that I would criticize is the fact that clicking on the photo box itself does not take you to the page.
Another element I like about this design is that the side navigation bar is fixed and everything that scrolls is constrained to the box with all of the projects. The elements are right next to each other, but the organized grid makes it so that it doesn’t look overwhelming. Overall this is an easy to use site with great CSS that makes it visually appealing and easy to function for users.
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