When it comes to scrolling, most people just think of a standard vertical scrolling website, like Wikipedia or Google search results. However, there’s a lot more possibilities for experimenting with user experience and usability when it comes to content display.

One of the more common techniques these days is vertical infinite scrolling, where content continually loads without the need for pagination. However, it’s also possible to change scrolling to horizontal for some truly unique effects.

In this post, I’ve gathered up some examples of horizontal scrolling websites, so check them out:

Mark McNulty

Merus Wines

Root

Black Negative

MoMA

Thinking for a Living

Hvass and Hannibal

DeltaInc

Mike Tucker

Griduo