uCoz is a project that helps anyone who wishes to create his/her own
Website. An existing site can be made more rich and interesting by
expanding it with new capabilities in a very simple way. No professional
experience in Web design is required and all of our offered services
are FREE! Among the offered features, we provide features that are typical to classic web hosting, features typical to large CMS (Content Management Systems), and also offer some unique features. Modules are web applications which can be combined in any way to
produce a site of any complexity: from simple home page with a guestbook
to rather large web portal. We improve and extend our modules on a
regular basis. At this moment, we offer the following 21 modules. All content modules can be adapted for different tasks. For example,
Site Catalog can turn into catalog of goods, recipes, articles etc.
Photo Albums can be used to make a very good wallpapers catalog with all
necessary features. The name of each module only describes its
preconfigured purpose and functionality. Our website builder is designed to utilize the core principles of web development, namely:
Tuning capabilities, flexibility and simplicity
Attractiveness of predefined designs and capabilities of manual design modification
This is a really hard one to explain, but if you're a fan of the anime Bleach, you've probably seen this one already. If you haven't, you'll want to. At least once. For a few seconds. But you'll probably find yourself trying to last as long as you can...
Same concept as the first Zoomquilt, but this time done in flash. Drag the slider on the left-hand side to zoom in/out at varying speeds (middle equals pause, left equals zoom out faster, right equals zoom in faster).
An endless zoom animation. Click and drag the image to move. The Zoomquilt was completed in 2004. It emerged from the internet platform tiles.ice.org, a site where people collaborated on patchwork paintings in earlier days of the internet. Notably drawing inspiration from Gridcosm, a similar and ongoing project, the Zoomquilt aimed to create a more seamless and immersive experience. It soon became an internet notorious, won a FWA site of the month and was featured on MTV.