The biggest goal we all face is to produce pixel perfect sites for our clients. We routinely seek out the perfect platforms to work with in order to meet deadlines and expectations. Recently, there has been a whole lot of options springing up, but most widely featured and talked about design studio for professional designers is Webydo. Offering a cloud-based code-free design studio to create sites on an entirely blank canvas and designers have pixel accurate features and control over the entire design process.

It is also worth mentioning that Webydo is regularly updating their platform based on the suggestions form their community, and most recent feature to come out is the code-free, Parallax Scrolling Animator. Designers can now incorporate this great new feature into their projects.

“Webydo is a community led platform. We’ve developed the pixel-perfect Parallax Animator because this is what our designer community voted for. Our designers are leading the platform and shaping its features. If designers will vote for a digital unicorn, our team will develop a digital unicorn! Now, we’re dying to know what you think of our parallax scrolling animator”—Shmulik Grizim, CEO Webydo.

The first 3,000 readers to sign-up will receive an invitation to try out the closed-beta Parallax Scrolling Animator. Invites are going fast, so you should hurry up. Last week, Webydo gave 2,000 invitations in less than 1.5 hours.


What’s Parallax Scrolling Animation?

Although originating in video games, parallax scrolling lately has become very popular in web design. It is a scrolling technique in which background images move more slowly than images in the front, therefore creating the illusion of depth and movement. This technique can be achieved in different ways: either by creating different layers that move at different speeds or by creating ‘sprites’ that are independent parts of an image that move within a digital landscape. Until now, parallax sites were created by manually coding every animated element on every page. Some of the best examples of parallax scrolling websites are.

Meet Webydo.

Webydo’s providing a code-free professional design platform for web designers to create sites seamlessly from a blank canvas, and see a project through to the final stage of publishing without the need for outside assistance. With no technical knowledge needed, Webydo gives web designers limitless possibilities and full control over their creations. It works like this: while you design the website, Webydo automatically converts your graphic design into an updated HTML code and Content Management System, so you don’t need to manually write code. Webydo also provides features such as White Label, a Bill Your Client service that gives designers the ability to bill their client for every project and or service directly from their Webydo dashboard, as well as Integrated CMS. Being a customer-oriented studio, Webydo gives their community of 91K designers the opportunity to propose and vote on what features should be added next through their ‘Participate’ page. The features that receive the most votes are actually developed for the designers to utilize in their projects.


Webydo’s Parallax Scrolling Animator works like this: designers use the interface to arrange all the elements in their web page and then, by using Webydo’s new feature, they can animate those elements, completely code-free. While doing all of this, you can follow the process and preview the design and animations at any stage. This will give web designers the chance to complete their work a more efficiently.

With only 3,000 invites available and a week to sign up, they are going fast. Take this opportunity to test drives Webydo’s code-free Parallax Scrolling Animator, and begin creating a better designed web for us all.


Presented by Webydo’s community of professional designers.


  • Allan Delacruz
    i would really love to try the parallax animator.
  • David Aimi
    Already sign-up, great share, Alex!
  • Michael Glasser
    I real like webydo, i think it’s a great place to create my websitess. thanks, alex!