Ankiewicz.com features gradients, transitions, mixins, and other advanced features of Sass and CSS. I use Respond.js for backwards mobile compatibility, and Bootstrap for a responsive grid system. Home page features parallax scrolling.
Monsters.net features a gaggle of cute animations and Youtube videos. It uses CSS, Sass, WordPress, and Bootstrap.
Random language generator
This example shows how JSON data can be passed to a PHP page and returned again using a jQuery AJAX call without requiring full page reload. It shows some random sentences created using JSON libraries.
This example shows how JSON data can be passed to a PHP page and returned again using a jQuery AJAX call without requiring full page reload. It shows an input form.
Google's map API allows zooming, coordinates, tooltips, and other features.
Cute monster maker
Highcharts.js is a library with a wide range of elegant charting and graphing features.
This example shows a custom collapsible panel built in jQuery and CSS.
This demonstration shows how a grid can be edited on the fly using a modal popup.
jQuery Mobile makes for fast and easy touch interaction. View this demonstration on a phone or tablet to see touch capability.
Pure CSS dropdown menu
This is a demo of a menu using only CSS selectors in order to create a horizontal drop-down menu four levels deep. It can go deeper; I recommend three levels for best user experience.
jQuery dropdown menu
This is a demo of a horizontal drop-down menu off a logo.
This is an example of mockup created in Balsamiq. Balsamiq is a rapid prototyping tool that allows user experience designers to communicate ideas fast without getting lost in the details.