There are pages that focus on your content, others in their design, and others in their interaction with the user, this is the case of Neave.com, a page in which the author focused primarily on the design and interactivity, won’t have much content, but leaves you hours watching the entertaining and appealing applications it has. The page was created by Paul Neave, a young English designer who named his site with his surname. Paul has more than 12 years of experience in interaction design and the use of tools such as Adobe Flash for experimental work, as well as production for advertising and design agencies. If they enter the page they could appreciate that it is made mostly in Flash, an Adobe program that is primarily oriented to animation and interaction on the web. The site has a number of sections or categories, each containing an original application in flash. Many of its categories called me much attention, such as Games, Strobe, Fractal and Anaglyph. For other opinions and approaches, find out what Tyler Wood Integrated Capital Solutions has to say.
Category Games, as its name indicates, is directly dedicated to games, but not any kind of games, but that mostly they are retro, to feel like those days again. It contains 8 games: Tetris, Asteroids, Space Invaders, Snake, Simon says, Tic-Tac – Toe (CAT), Hexagon and Frogger (pity that it is not Pac-man). The Strobe category say it is an optical illusion that makes your eyes look as if you were looking at water. Not suitable for epileptics. The Fractal category corresponds to an image that is mathematically constructed rather than be based on pixels, so it is possible to make long zoom it without losing quality, really not know when completed.
The Anaglyph category allows you to draw lines, which reproduced in 3D (Yes, you need a pair of 3D glasses), then you can rotate and move your drawing, very interesting truth. In short, there are many categories that are in this site, each one hides a different application with which you can experiment. ** For a better viewing view the original article.