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Showcase of Interactive Websites Powered by jQuery

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Whenever we think of interactive websites Flash immediately springs to mind, but nowadays we’re seeing websites featuring all that cool interactivity and animation that are based purely on HTML and CSS. This post rounds up some of the coolest websites powered by Javascript (particularly the jQuery framework) that all offer a rich browsing experience.

Hard Graft

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Slavery Footprint

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Wanda Productions

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Planet Propaganda

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Dangers of Fracking

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Edits Quarterly

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Hanzell Vineyards

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Spring/Summer

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Small Studio

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McCormack & Morrison

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Bagigia

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Socket Studios

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Mustache

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Encandle

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Carbure

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Blind Barber

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United Pixelworkers

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Squarefactor

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NEOTOKIO!

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Inzeit

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CaptainDash

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Grayden Poper

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Second Story Interactive Studios

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Superlovers

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thePENHOUSEPROJECT

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James Anderson

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

  • http://www.thevectorbox.com The Vector Box

    Great collective of websites, loving the jquery effects!

  • http://www.paulund.co.uk Paul

    Slavery Footprint is such a great design.

  • http://stoian-adrian.com Adrian

    jQuery the best ! :)

    Great selection !!!

  • http://www.bloomwebdesign.net Ainsley

    Awesome collection!

    My fave is Captain Dash

  • http://www.anchorstl.com Michael Meininger

    So many great sites. Thanks for taking the time to make the post- very inspiring!

  • http://www.norvik-shop.de Norvik

    Thanks for the collection! :) I like the Superlovers site.

  • http://www.a2area.it Alessandro

    Great collections! I love it!

  • http://www.boostinspiration.com Boost Inspiration

    amazing collection. really like it

  • http://www.etkyapi.com.tr mantolama

    Really impressive and beautiful designs. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.3rddesign.com Melbourne Web Design

    Hi I total agree about the interactive segment moving in a side ward direction to HTML 5. But flash is not dead yet, its still miles ahead in terms of video display, it will be interesting to see how this pans out over the next 5 years….PS: Fantastic websites

  • http://www.leonpanjtar.com Leon Panjtar Web Design

    I have only one word for this great collection of websites. AMAZING! Thanks.

  • http://www.techguywebsolutions.com Tech Guy

    Flash is a dying breed. We stopped building Flash sites about a year ago. JQuery is much lighter and easier to work with. Dont get me wrong, there are some very high quality applications that NEED flash but nothing I will be doing.