Using the "simplicity is key" factor, this demo features a very minimalist design. It has a black tinted transparent thin border around the frame that just slightly shows the picture behind it, enhancing the upfront picture even more. For navigating slides, it has left and right arrows attached outside the rectangle in white semi-circles and simple black left/right arrows. At the top right corner, there are plain transparent white bullets for quick jumping to slides, and when each bullet is prompted, it shows a thumbnail of the picture it contains, bordered with a white frame. The browsing of slides is made easy, as these bullets are responsive and quick. The text box for the title/description of each slide is located at the bottom left - it is a simple tinted transparent black rectangular box with bold white transparent text that is easy to read. Each textbox quickly changes text along with each slide.
There is a 4 second pause for each slide, which is appropriate for a quick view, then the image slide transitions into the next slide. The transition is in a smooth, sliding form, which kind of looks like the upcoming image pushes back the current one in its wake. At the end of the slide, all the slides quickly pass by in reverse and the slide reaches its first image again.
With easy navigation features and a simple yet attractive design layout, this slideshow can suit many websites. Business websites, real estate websites and even travel websites can take the help of this slideshow to show their best features in a creative way. Your visitors will be able to see what you are offering, without a fuss. The design is simple so it will go along with any website design or theme. Pictures are a great way to exhibit your business and this slideshow provides that and your users will not even have to browse around for the pictures. They can easily view or navigate with mouse-over to see you offer or what your company is all about with this decent and modest slideshow.