Secondary Sliding Navigation is a bold, secondary menu that slides over the main navigation. This approach can be an alternative to a standard dropdown menu, in particular if you want to emphasise more the sub navigation.
impress.js is a presentation framework based on the power of CSS3 transforms and transitions in modern browsers.
Bouncy Navigation is a full-screen navigation, with floating menu items. CSS animations and jQuery used to animate navigation items, and let them bounce in and out the screen.
A call-to-action button that animates and turns into a full-size modal window. It's created by using jQuery, CSS transition and transformations.
A combination of very basic HTML, CSS and a little bit of jQuery you can achieve a pretty nifty, clean expanding tile. Feel free to use this concept to create your own Expanding CSS3/jQuery Panels.
Content Filter is a slide-in filter panel powered by CSS and jQuery. It's easy to customize and integrate.
It takes advantage of CSS Transitions, CSS Transformations and jQuery muscles to smoothly slide in when needed.
A tutorial about how to create a gorgeous, interactive animated pie chart by using HTML5 canvas element, CSS3 and jQuery.
An easy to customize, responsive timeline. CSS3 tricks and a bit of jQuery is used to create some bounce animations that affect desktop users only, while on mobile the structure is more minimal.
A list of split blocks that reunite on scrolling, simulating a movement along the z-axis with the help of CSS transformations and jQuery.
A gallery of project preview images that expand on click to reveal the full case study.
A tutorial about creating rotating menu on right click using CSS3 transitions and jQuery.
A collection of animated headlines, with interchangeable words that replace one another through CSS transitions and jQuery.