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Accidental Street Art

Master of disguise. Photo by Graham McGeorge

(Surreal) Self portrait by Noell S. Oszvald

Great Socks

Culture clash between two brothers.
Amazing and powerful photo by Roger Stonehouse

Clever ad by Koleston

Perspective

We are one.
Amazing photo by Robert Matakovi

Pure GENIUS

Romeo and Juliet

Hong Kong. Photo by Romain Jacquet-Lagreze

Source ~ blog of francescomugnai

Photo by Rakesh Rocky

Photo by Marsel van Oosten

Photo by AimishBoy

Photo by Richard Heeks

Photo by 

500px.com
 

Alejandro Ferrer Ruiz

Photo by Abidin M Faiz Nur

Photo by teguh santosa

Photo by Ondrej Pakan

Photo by Corrie White

Photo by tustel ico

Photo by bug eye :)

Photo by BLOAS Meven

The Hotel del Salto, Tequendama

Japan’s Abandoned Amusement Park

St Etienne by Jurg Roessen

Fireworks by Vodou Blue

Fireworks in Singapore by Rainui Chauvin

God Bless America by Moniza

The photographer Vincent Laforet tells the story of taking this picture.

International Space Station

Follow I love climbing (Iloveclimbing) on Twitter

Lunch atop a Skyscraper

Tunnel of light

Rainbow and Cracked Fairy Chimney, Cappadocia, Turkey

Kjerag mountains in Norway

Baatara Gorge Waterfall, Tannourine, Lebanon

Photo by Mecuro B Cotto

Kilchurn Castle, Scotland

Edinburgh Castle, Scotland. Photo by Ellinas_n*

Hohenzollern, Germany

Tara Bridge Montenegro

Photo by J R J – PHOTO

Photo by Hot Dog Photography

Photo by alan sailer

Totally Run Off My Feet… by Austin Thomas

Kingfisher on Sign by Deqaed Mason

Up up and away by Mark Bridger

Raven’s Breath by Doug Dance

*** by Ilnur Saetgareev

Second Chance by Geo Messmer

Top Sweetsss…….. by bug eye

A Little Wonder by Almer Frades

Night View of Melbourne by Yury Prokopenko

Star-burst Reflection by AtomicZen

Riga – A City Of Fairy Tale by Zhuli Li

Do I Have To Smile? by Giedrius Stakauskas

Audience: To watch or be watched

A Little Snow by Mark Johnson

Santa’s Village by Michael Adamek

First Winter by Ben Torode

 

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17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Contact pages are the channel your users and clients have to communicate with you. It doesn’t matter what your site is about, it’s really important to have a contact us area. Not only should it be easy to find and easy to use, it helps if it is beautiful and engaging. So for this post, we’ve gathered a collection of contact pages that are very well designed, and that should provide plenty of inspiration for your own contact page.

Oper(O)

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Transformation Projects

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Moly & Me Pecans

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Electric Pulp

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Kick Point Inc.

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms
17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Adapt-a-Website

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

PH Digital Labs

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Littlelines

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms
17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Mixd

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms
17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms
17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Tool of North America

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Dassel Und Wagner

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Whole Design Studios

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Mercer Warehouse

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Chris Wilhite Design

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

MoreSleep

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms
17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Neotokio

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Designabile

17 Inspiring Examples of Contact Pages and Forms

Interactive DOM Manipulation with Ractive.js

HTML is an amazing language for creating static documents, but it was never designed for interactive web apps. Many libraries try to get round HTML’s limitations, but very few tackle them head on. Ractive.js is different. It solves some of the biggest headaches in web development – data binding, efficient DOM updates, event handling – and does so with almost no learning curve.

How? By changing the relationship between HTML and JavaScript. Before, HTML was an inert substance that you would breathe life into. Now, it’s a blueprint for an app that’s interactive by default. There are several killer features, such as expressions with dependency tracking, animations, two-way binding, SVG support and more. To get a feel for what’s possible with Ractive.js.

ractive-js

Requirements: JavaScript
Demo: http://www.ractivejs.org/
License: MIT License

Reconstruct Sidebar Menu of Google Nexus 7 Page

Codrops has showed us how to reconstruct the Google Nexus Website Menu. It slides out with a really nice effect where some subitems get expanded as well. When hovering over a special menu icon, the sidebar icons will be revealed. When clicking on the icon, the whole sidebar menu will be shown. The first sidebar menu item is a search input which is styled the same way like the other menu items.

We will reconstruct this menu using unordered, nested lists and some CSS transitions. We’ll use JavaScript to apply classes for the opening effects and handling the hover and click events. With the help of a media query, we’ll adjust the size to make sense for smaller devices as well.

nexus-menu

 

Requirements: –
Demo: http://tympanus.net/Tutorials/GoogleNexusWebsiteMenu/
License: MIT License