OK, this is a bad, BAD idea. Human brains are wired to notice motion first, so something that is always moving is going to distract people from the rest of the page. You can use Xerox's site as a touchstone test. They've fixed the biggest problem: Here is yet another example of not only confusing Mystery Meat Navigation, but also a useless, pointless, unnecessarily annoying Flash menu system. For the clueless web designers out there, please read Wikipedia's definition of contrast.
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Here are 's websites that make you ask questions like, "WTF is going on here? But what about those pre-launch compromises and omissions? Mystery Meat Navigation gives an in-depth look at this insidious navigation scheme. This was helpful 0. Your website sucks because your coming soon section still has an animated under construction graphic If this exists on your website, fix it.
This page provides a good example of how the technique works and how to implement it. The forever monthly payments is a biggie in our books. Certainly not built for a run-of-the-mill website. What were they thinking? Your eyes are drawn to the pink center. Actually, I'm not sure they know what design elements are necessary.