Thursday, May 11th, 2006
Oneida, an E-Commerce site, showcases a novel use of Ajax to illustrate its dinnerware. The Virtual Table lets you mix and match cutlery and plates, providing a live preview as you update them. You can also set the table’s background as well (that feature worked for me in Safari, but not in Firefox).
We recently posted about Old Navy’s use of Ajax for its E-Commerce site. It looks like these sites are wising up to the potential of rich interactivity, creating features that are genuinely helpful in making purchase decisions.
(Thanks Jesse McPherson.)
Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 11:30 am