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Dolev Brosh

UX/UI Designer

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Dec 20, 2020

Sticky stack.

UX designer Dolev Brosh guides you through the steps to design a creative effect using sticky position and stack.

Part 1.

1. On a blank canvas, select the main section and open the Inspector panel

2. Under Size, set Min Height to 2344px

3. Select the section

4. Open the floating action bar select Apply Grid

5. Select Custom and create a grid with 2 Columns and 4 Rows

6. Select the section again

7. From the floating action bar select Adjust Grid then Edit Grid

8. Set the right column to 0.6fr

9. Set the Min of the rows from top to bottom as follows: 18vw, 48vw, 22vw, 42vw

Part 2.

1. Drag an image from the Add panel into the section

2. Go to Grid Area in the Inspector panel

3. Set the image to column: start 2, end 3; row: start 1, end 2

4. In the top right of the image click the Stretch icon

5. Under Position in the Inspector panel, set the Top margin to -122px (or the size of your header)

6. Drag in 3 more images to the right column, one below the other

7. Go to Grid Area in the Inspector panel

8. Set the 2nd image to column: start 2, end 3; row: start 2, end 3

9. Set the 3rd image to column: start 2, end 3; row: start 3, end 4

10. Set the 4th image to column: start 2, end 3; row: start 4, end 5

11. Stretch each of the images so they fill a grid cell

Part 3.

1. Drag in another image to the section

2. Go to Grid Area in the Inspector panel

3. Set the image to column: start 1, end 2; row: start 1, end 4

4. In the top right of the image click on the Stretch icon

5. Under Position in the Inspector panel, set the Top Margin to -122px (or the size of your header)

6. Go to SCROLL in the Inspector panel

7. Beside Scroll Effect, choose Sticky

Part 4.

1. Drag a title into the section

2. Drag in a paragraph and place it under the title

3. Select them both by pressing on them while holding the Shift key

4. In the floating action bar choose Stack

Part 5.

1. Go to Grid Area in the Inspector panel

2. Set the stack to column: start 1,  end 2 , row: start 2, end 3

3. Go to SCROLL in the Inspector panel

4. Beside Scroll Effect, choose Sticky

5. Set the Top offset to 300px

6. Set the Bottom margin of the stack to 200px


Result: In preview, as you scroll, the left column image will stick to the page until it reaches the bottom of the section and then it will reveal the rest of the image. The right column images scroll up.

Website being built on Editor X with the Inspector Panel open. A title and a button selected. Cursor is on the stack button in the floating action bar.
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Dolev Brosh

UX/UI Designer

I'm  a UX designer for Editor X and I studied UX/UI Design at Sapir College. I’m a big fan of anime, rap music and I’ll never say no to a delicious burger.

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