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Exploration of Single-Page Websites

When we found a website, we always look for some kind of global navigation that is always visible while navigating through a website from page to page. As Scrolling is one of the effective ways to move from one end to the next, many organizations are considering a single page website to provide a fast and clean user- experience which is simultaneously effective and beautiful. 

It is now being widely used by the web designers, grow thanks to the introduction of HTML5 and jQuery. Even the biggest brands in the world are taking the advantage from this for creating a stunning website with useful transactions and effects.

Below we have presented some of the stunning single page websites, with engaging web design from minimalist design and simple navigation to parallax scrolling.

Jess and Russ

The Jess and Russ’s website is a wedding invitation, though it’s also something more. As it says at the top of the page, it is the story of Jess and Russ leading up to this moment. It’s a narrative that begins with a few details before they had met, leads to their meeting and falling in love, and culminates with the invitation (complete with RSVP form).


Ballantyne creates luxury knitwear from cashmere. The website itself contains different types of information. There is the standard “About Us” and “Contact” information, as a start. It’s easy to imagine yourself thumbing through the pages of a catalog when browsing through this website.


Oakley have created this entertaining and eye catching site, combining Parallax Scrolling and amazing photography in a unique way.


This site provides useful information on your ‘5 a day’, encouraging visitors to eat more fruit. The site makes use of clever Parallax scrolling for a bright, almost video-like feel.


Graphic designer Laura Baffari has created a stunning interactive portfolio that uses horizontal scroll and touch swipe for smartphones and tablets. 


Footwear specialists Nike created a captivating website for the Air Jordan 2012. Built around the footwear itself, the site uses parallax scrolling to take visitors through the creation of the trainer and the materials used as it’s assembled.


Not only does this site make you hungry but the use of graphical elements throughout the page adds a nice touch.


This colourful HTML5 one-pager has a unique scroll that gives it the ‘wow’ factor.


iMediadesigns Toronto

iMediadesigns is a custom website design and development agency where a navigation bar remains fixed at the top of each of pages making it easy to switch to any location anytime.

Hope this article will help you improve user experience and generate ideas for alternate ways to navigate content.

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Exploration of Single-Page Websites


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