Design Trends: Atypical Multi-Scrolling Page Design

Every once in a while you see something new, and this is the case with today’s site. Split in half, this site’s navigation is an even split. Each half scrolls independently, and as you click each side scrolls differently. Some navigation items only scroll one side, while others scroll both. Sadly I don’t speak Portuguese, so I can’t be sure about the content. All the same, the dual scrolling page is a fascinating structure. It doesn’t hurt that the design of the page is rock solid, and great visuals help bring the approach to life in a powerful way.



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