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  1. CSS Animations

    We are using 12 different animations for showing and hiding the items of a slide. The animations are defined by randomly adding data-attributes called data-effect-in and data-effect-out for every slide.

  2. Tilted Items

    The perspective view is achieved by adding a perspective value to the slide list item and tilting a division that contains the two screenshots.

  3. Column or Row

    The items in the tilted container are either laid out in a column or in a row. For some directions we need to adjust the animation delays for the items, since we don't want the items to overlap each other when they move in or out.

  4. Responsiveness

    For smaller screens, the items on the right hand side will become less opaque and serve as decoration only. The focus will be on the description which will occupy all the width.

  5. Navigation

    For the "line" navigation we use a little trick to make the clickable area a bit bigger: we add a thick white border to the top and bottom of the span. Since the border is part of the element, it will be part of the clickable zone.