Frank A. Mills

Interactive Images & Photo-Stories

I love being able to interact with something on a website page. I am not speaking of just merely commenting, but rather being able to make a website page do things or take you places. This is especially true when they involve images.

Here are a few that I have been playing with:

Note: Most of these interactive posts are experimental and will only work with updated browsers

January 19, 2020 To Urban Soul Photography

The Urban Soul

""The City is a dynamic living narrative,an unfolding autobiography...." Unfolding the City is a series of images and words that literally unfold as the viewer scrolls down the page. Click here to view "The City."

[This page uses an experimental 3D folded layout (external link) technique for HTML elements developed by Daniel Velasquez (external link). The page requires the latest browser versions to work properly.]

January 16, 2020

To Ineffable Texas Photography

Ineffable Texas

Introductory Slide Show

“Ineffable Texas” takes us on a journey through a rapidly vanishing Texas— Through nearly vanished hamlets and once grand main streets, by roadside attractions and tourist traps fallen on hard times, gasping eateries and filling stations, fallen barns; all of it, a vanishing Texas. Please check out this introduction to Ineffable Texas." The slide show automatically links to the Ineffable Texas Photography page at the end of the show.

[This web page uses a Fullscreen Background Image Slideshow with CSS3 from Codrops (external link).]

January 1, 2020

Interactive Map


Listen to the music. Let King Mono guide you through the carnivàle. Wander around slowly, enjoy the sites. When a hand appears,* hand over your ticket and enter a new adventure.

To have King Mono lead you about only an updated browser will work. The Carnivàle map is an "image map" with links to other pages within the larger website

[Some "King Mono" features may not work properly with older browsers.]

January 1, 2020

Upstart Modern Mannequin Photography

Millinery Collection

Just something a bit different about hats. A millinery inspired photography website with an expanding stack slider and a background image tilt effect. Move the mouse over the background image and she will move. Diagonally scroll the collections. Click on a collection (not the image) to open. Click the lady with the veil to return to the collections.

Within the collection of four separate collections hats. Check them out. You might even discover a favorite hat.

[This webpage needs an updated browswer to work properly.The page uses Flickity (external link). The template is "Photography Website Concept" from Codrops (external link0.]