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With the current technology in the market, such as 3D effects and High Definition (HD) for home television, more and more people are opting for more vivid and realistic viewing experience. In fact, this demand is even branching out to web viewing experience as well. Therefore, with a little effort and creativity one can easily capture their targeted audience online with the right kind of tools and effects that increase the viewer’s viewing pleasure.

One of the very effect that one can adopt is the parallax scrolling effect. While this name might be unfamiliar to many seeing that it a new name in web design, it is slowly making a name for itself in the market. The parallax scrolling effect was first use in the 80′s in video games; it uses the layering technique, with each layer moving at a different speed hence producing a illusion of “depth” and even helps in adding dimensions on a simple website. While the parallax scrolling effect seems to sound like a hard to achieve effect, with the right kind of tools and tutorials one might be up to in no time at all.

In fact, one of the major brands that adopted the parallax scrolling effects in its web design is Nike Better World. The web features amazing and exciting transition effects that capture the attention of its viewer. Due to its popularity, we have also prepared some tutorial that might help give you the idea to how these effects were produced in the web design. Besides that, we have also managed to include a few other tutorials on parallax scrolling effects to help you kick-start your design.

Besides the tutorials, there are now a few different types of scrolling effects plugin in the market just for this purpose. Among all of the different plugins some of the more popular ones run on jQuery and CSS, these scrolling effect plugins not only makes your job easier but also helps you create amazing parallax scrolling effects that can rival sites like Nike.

However, while this effect seems impressive there are also some factors that one might need to consider before incorporating it into your web design. One of these factors is to consider preloading your graphics. Websites that features heavy graphic content might need to put much thought into this area in order to provide a better and smoother viewing experience for your audience. Besides that, with the current mobile trend, you might also need to realize that your page and design might look different and some effects might not work well on mobile devices. However, once you have sorted these problems out, you might need some of these tutorial and plugins guide that we have prepared for you.

We hope our collection here helps you in your design and also serves as an inspiration to your website.

Parallax Slider

An awesome plugin to help you complete the depth and slider effect for your web.
Parallax Slider

Javascript Parallax Effects (A Deeper Look)

A tutorial to help you add depth to your web.
Javascript Parallax Effects (A Deeper Look)

Behind the Scenes of Nike Better World

A short tutorial for those who are keen to recreate Nike’s scrolling effect.
Behind the Scenes of Nike Better World

Build a parallax scrolling website interface with jQuery and CSS

A demo and tutorial for those who wish to have more knowledge in this field.
Build a parallax scrolling website interface with jQuery and CSS

Create a Funky Parallax Background Effect Using JQuery

An intermediate tutorial to add scrolling clouds to your background.
Create a Funky Parallax Background Effect Using JQuery

Animated Header Background

An effort to wow your audience with an animated header!
Animated Header Background

Parallax Scrolling Tutorial

An interesting tutorial with effects shown at the same time.
Parallax Scrolling Tutorial

JQuery Image Prallax

A plugin that gives an illusion of depth by repaeting it and animating movement.
JQuery Image Prallax

Stellar.js

A JQuery plugin that provides scrolling effects to any scrolling element.
Stellar.js

Curtain.js

Allows one to incorporate that grand curtain rising effect into your web.
Curtain.js