Ian James Cox

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Ian James Cox

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Ian James Cox

Added on 4 February 2013

Developed by Ian James Cox

I came across a jQuery plugin called ScrollPath by joel Besada that really caught my imagination. It set me off thinking how I could create something different with it… ScrollPath is interesting, as it allows you to draw a custom path using a Canvas-flavoured syntax. JavaScript is used to define the co-ordinates and properties of the paths/arcs and these are in turn rendered to the Canvas element. At first it looks like another generic vertical scrolling site. But when the scrolling begins you (hopefully) experience the wow factor I was after. Something like you have never seen before.
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