Beautiful pages, but need some performance love.
This was posted a few months ago: https://www.designernews.co/stories/44269-site-design-fuzzco
I had this a few years back but could pause/resume the scrolling with [ S P A C E ]
Out of curiosity, do people not test in firefox anymore? I swear >50% of site designs posted here don't work properly in FF. On this one you can't scroll down on the homepage at any speed faster than the autoscroll in FF.
Other than the bugginess and lack of image compression, very nice site.
Not sure what purpose the infinite scrolling serves, so really confused by this feature. The fixed header at the top without a background color sometimes clashes/overlaps with the page's content during scroll, which is kind of distracting.
However, I do like the little blue demon dude that runs across the page randomly. And I love the persistent arrow cursor when scrolling through the office pictures (http://fuzzco.com/office/where/). Feels like one of those old school video games where you'd click the left or right part of the screen to reveal the next area.
OK I was wrong. The infinite scroll makes perfect sense considering they Easter egged a version of SkiFree (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SkiFree) on the home page. The "little blue demon dude" is the yeti monster. So awesome.
As others have said, the auto/infinite scroll is interesting and clever. Overall it's nice and clean. And although I'm sure Jakob Neilsen would love it, I think the yellow highlight on red text links is a bit garish.
Dat ski game doh
Did you ever test it on Firefox? Are all your clients using Chrome or Safari?
A nice, clear one
Is that a Behelit in the top right corner? If yes, I love you.
Absolutely a Behelit!
Love the arrow cursors on the image carousel.
I was a little confused by the automatic scrolling at first. Also the infinite scroll is very clever.