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Pete Rojwongsuriya is a Bangkok-based entrepreneur, freelance UI designer, and a Rails developer. He is passionate about design, startups, and travel. He is the founder of Travelistly, BucketListly, and The Pete Design. He also blogs regularly at BucketListly Blog and give away free open source plugins on Github.

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How I Built The One Page Scroll Plugin

Scrolling effects have been around in web design for years now, and while many plugins are available to choose from, only a few have the simplicity and light weight that most developers and designers are looking for. Most plugins I’ve seen try to do too many things, which makes it difficult for designers and developers to integrate them in their projects.

How I Built The One Page Scroll Plugin

Not long ago, Apple introduced the iPhone 5S, which was accompanied by a presentation website on which visitors were guided down sections of a page and whose messaging was reduced to one key function per section. I found this to be a great way to present a product, minimizing the risk of visitors accidentally scrolling past key information.


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