All of you might have heard of the term pseudo-flash website. It is really an interesting topic which we are going to deal with in this post.
A pseudo-flash website looks like a flash website but practically it is not a flash website. It is designed on good old-fashioned HTML and CSS. It is a popular technology for web designing. Here, I have presented creative and inspirational pseudo-flash websites for freelance web designers.
Flipboard is a simple website, and the thing what makes it utterly feel flash like is how it scales. The web page dynamically adapts to fit browser leaving a standard flash like effect and possesses a pretty standard content rotator.
EEHarbor is a website that uses in –page transitions to change content without refreshing the page. The speed of loading pages is high with beautiful animations and attractive image presentations.
FORM is a wonderful site that uses more image-oriented, having fully functional home page which is easy to use. The site effectively presents its agency work with relevant content and images.
Bit Byte Bit is really an awesome example of pseudo flash website which pretends to be similar like flash website but have not used flash technique.
Messages for Japan is a prime example of how aesthetic elements can enhance a standard website.
Studio Gang Architects has build good old-fashioned HTML, but still you will notice that its interface is unique, demonstrating and memorable.
Ryan C. Jones is an excellent example of the fact that the core web technology cannot go into vein; it can standalone be used to design dynamic websites.
NL Engenharia is a typical website for an architecture firm and just fits the niche well. The design of this site will convey you the message like it must be literally transplanted on flash. The overall design of the website is appealing and represents the firm well.
Cooper follows a popular approach to single-page websites and as anyone selects items in the navigation, the relevant content rolls into the viewport.
Brand Republic has a design that one cannot forget to appreciate this website after making visit on it or interacting with it.
Emilie Crssrd is the perfect example of pseudo flash website because many things on Emilie Crssrd’s website make it look like Flash. It has the loading indicator which looks like something we would typically find on a flash website.
Stefan Kanchev helps users to focus on one element at a time and a subtle fade-in and fade-out of the icons when mouse is hovered over them make for a beautiful interaction.