Finishing interesting webs

By | 2007-01-21

In the first part of January I have been closing some projects:

In my current job I’m working in the new website of Buff, a catalan company which sells headwear. We have been publishing modules of this website for 2 months. And now it’s almost finished. One of the most interesting pages it has is the catalog section. It was like a scroll-research for me. I started programming a lot of different methods of scrolling in Javascript, and later I was watching people using the page (like an UI test or usability session), discovering the most natural way to let the user navigate thru the images. Finally I cut out the unuseful methods, leaving a fluid page.

In my spare time, since the last summer, I’ve been working on the new website of the Spanish Go Association. It’s nothing special what the public can see. But there is a CMS made with AJAX that allow the administrator to click and directly edit (“edit in place”). It was funny to discover the surprise of the people in the association comittee: “it’s deadly easy”, “great job”, “it’s going to help our work a lot”, etc 🙂 Anyway I have to refinish some details of the public website. When you are a perfectionist you cannot stop improving your creations, what a problem!

3 thoughts on “Finishing interesting webs

  1. Alberto

    The website of the catalan company is a very nice design, I like it very much! I think it is a very nice work.

    Did you finally use a quadratic sine for the scroll bar? Hehehe…

  2. Julio Post author

    “Cuando se reĂșnen los aduladores, el diablo sale a comer”
    – Proverbio inglĂ©s

  3. Alberto

    InglĂ©s…? QuĂ© inglĂ©s?

    Un inglés que sale de dónde?

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