Parallax scrolling

Parallax scrolling , also known as “Asymmetrical scrolling”,  is a technique in computer graphics and web design , where background images move by the camera slower than foreground images, creating an illusion of depth in a 2D scene and adding to the immersion. [1] The technique grew out of the multiplane camera technique used in traditional animation [2]since the 1930s. Parallax scrolling Was popularized in 2D computer graphics and video games by the arcade games Moon Patrol [3] [4] andJungle Hunt , [5] both released in 1982. Some parallax scrolling had been used by the 1981 arcade game Jump Bug . [6] Continue reading

Adaptive web design

Adaptive web design ( AWD ) promotes the creation of multiple versions of a web site. Adaptive web design encompasses a range of other strategies that can be combined with responsive web design . [1] Continue reading

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