Behind the Scenes of Walking Dead Experience in a Parallax Infographic

Infographic, Inspiration July 9, 2013

The age of parallax scrolling effect in web design is finally here! More websites are using this trend today, either to make an appealing look to images or just to entice readers for a better content presentation and brand new user experience.

Another popular application of the parallax effect is through creating infographics. One of the amazing examples is the recent project by CableTV called Zombiefied, an infographic that takes us to some behind the scene facts of the popular TV series, The Walking Dead.

 

The Walking Dead Zombified Infographic

 

The comic/graphic novel style infographic takes us into a tour of how the “walkers” (the term used to refer zombies in the show) are put into life by trained actors using special effects, make-up, the Zombie school, training requirements and more!

 

The Walking Dead Zombified Infographic

 

Aside from the interesting facts you’ll know about the show, the infographic is a great source of information for designers who integrate the parallax scrolling effect in data visualization in a form of interactive infographics.

 

The Walking Dead Zombified Infographic

 
Here is what Gavin Beck, lead designer, has to say about this amazing project:

It should be noted that we came at this as fans of the show, first and foremost. With this drive, we wanted to create a world within the Walking Dead that fans could explore and appreciate.  To achieve this, we looked to several existing technologies and techniques such as HTML5, CSS3, Javascript/jQuery, Web Audio/HTML5 Audio, and parallax scrolling.  However, the real challenge was to find a unique approach to incorporate all these methods into a single engaging experience across all platforms.”-

 

The Walking Dead Zombified Infographic

 

Check out this awesome parallax infographic here.

 


 
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Kerby is an online marketer who has a keen eye in print design and creative artworks. When not at work, he spends most of his time in completing his sketchbooks with doodles and illustrations from anything that inspires him to draw. He is an avid fan of Japanese Anime, manga and some comic book characters. Check out his illustration blog and portfolio for more info.

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  • Dainin

    Nice, thanks for share

  • http://www.spinxwebdesign.com/ Alan Smith

    Can you please suggest me how can i optimize parallax website as per Search engine and users?

    • http://webdesy.com/ Kenneth von Rauch

      As a matter of fact, there’s no parallax-related issues in terms of SEO nowadays. You just need to make sure that your design does not use just one page (single-page design) which is all the rage now.