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Published on Apr 20, 2014
In this week's tutorial I identify a design problem that I've run into and an elegant and simple solution. In the example cited, I demonstrate that the pinned navigation on a webpage doesn't look very good when scrolling to the lower sections of the page. We end up with sort of a color clash. The solution I propose is to use the Opacity Scroll Effects in Adobe Muse CC 7.0 to hide on version of the navigation and reveal another version who's colors work nicely. The end result being a color changing navigation that switches at the position that you desire...