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Robintek’s Team Video Updates

Robintek team video updates

Check out our updated team page for a more personal look at the Robintek team!

“Robin Technologies is a family owned web development, multimedia and technology company with offices located in Worthington, Ohio. In business since 1998, Robintek is the primary web developer for over 250 Ohio Companies and has done work for many more.”

For more information about Robintek and our team visit Robintek.com


Inspiration – Web Designs Featuring Looping Video Backgrounds

Check out these inspiring website designs featuring looping video as the background, posted by Line 25!

“Looping video backgrounds is one of the fastest growing trends in web design. Ever since designers were given the ability to render video content in HTML5 we’ve seen motion pictures quickly take the place of static images in website headers and backgrounds. Today’s web design showcase features 30 great examples of sites featuring large looping video backgrounds. See how they use this type of content to create visually impressive intros, or catch your eye with subtle motion.”

Web Design Trend Showcase

Featured here are great examples of the use of videos as headers. It’s interesting how much can be said by a simple animation rather than text. This kind of feature not only sets a mood for the site but also brings a sense of liveliness to the user’s browsing experience.Check them out here.

“Following on from my recent showcase of websites featuring full screen videos, today’s post looks at the sub-trend of big video headers in web design. HTML5 and jQuery make it easy to add dynamic video content to your site without bogging down the browser with Flash.” –Chris Spooner

Showcase of Websites Featuring Full Screen Videos

Recently I’ve seen a lot of really cool different websites that do many different things. But this is a showcase that surprised me. These are websites that use full screen videos on the front page of their site instead of just a homepage, or even a large image. Check them all out here.

“We’ve all seen videos on websites restricted to a specific frame size, but why not make use of the user’s whole monitor? Once upon a time only Flash was capable of such wizardry, but these days Javascript and HTML5 make it perfectly feasible to stretch your video footage to fill the browser window. This post showcases 15 website that all make use of full screen video techniques.”

-Chris Spooner