• Tom WoodTom Wood, over 9 years ago

    Too long to load, abuse of scrolling.. meh.

    It's glorious! The illustrations are incredible in their own right, but the journey through the story is outstanding. This what the internet is for, and this is when the scrolling abuse is entirely justified - it tells you a story that otherwise you'd need a video to enjoy. And pressing play on a video doesn't have the same joy as you scrolling through the page and feeling like you're interacting with it.

    3 points
    • Zach KuzmicZach Kuzmic, over 9 years ago

      Exactly. With this being interactive, I was way more engaged than I would have been watching a video.

      0 points
  • Will Hitchcock, over 9 years ago

    That is wonderful. I love the illustrations and overall aesthetic. Who's work is this?

    3 points
  • Jacob ThompsonJacob Thompson, over 9 years ago

    Impressive but takes way too long to load.

    3 points
  • Matthew R. MillerMatthew R. Miller, over 9 years ago

    Gorgeous illustrations. The scrolling isn't a big inconvenience for me, but I'd rather see a "next/prev" button, which would turn this into more of a fullscreen, animated slide deck.

    1 point
  • Bryan ClarkBryan Clark, over 9 years ago (edited over 9 years ago )

    Nice message! I'm a bit tired of the "endless scrolling" trend, but I really dig the overall message and aesthetic here.

    0 points