Ellen Browning Scripps
This experience uses the “On View - Cycle Next” interaction to create an auto cycling carousel. Add an animated progress bar as an additional visual element.
Template - Auto Carousel with Animated Progress Bar
1280px x 720px
Each background subgroup within the "text & slider carousel" group has a Square Shape slider asset. This square shape has an "Expand" animation applied to it with a duration of 8 seconds. This gives the appearance of a timed progress bar.
This hotspot has an "On View Cycle – Next" interaction applied to it.
Cycle interactions (cycle next and cycle previous) allow users to cycle through a folder or group of assets. When the hotspot is in view, this activates the next layer in your targeted folder/group to become visibile while also turning off the visibility for all of the other assets in that folder/group.
In this example, the hotspot is triggering both the "text & slider carousel" and "background images carousel" to cycle every 8 seconds.
In 1890, Mother Mary Michael Cummings opened St. Joseph’s Dispensary in downtown San Diego, which later moved and became Scripps Mercy Hospital.
Mother Mary Michael Cummings
Debbie & Warner Lusardi
Conrad Prebys made several generous leadership gifts to Scripps, including naming the Conrad Prebys Emergency and Trauma Center and the Prebys Cancer Center at Scripps Mercy Hospital, San Diego, and the Prebys Cardiovascular Institute at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. The Conrad Prebys Foundation continued that spirit of generosity with a recent gift to fund operating rooms in a new hospital tower at Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla.
During their lifetimes, Jack and Eileen Anderson’s philanthropy named the John R. Anderson V Medical Pavilion, a state-of-the-art Scripps Clinic outpatient center on the campus of Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla, as well as supported other vital health care needs through the years.
Jack & Eileen Anderson
The Leichtags made their first gift to Scripps in 1982. Since then, they made donations to the emergency department, NICU and Leichtag Women’s Health and Birth Pavilion. After their passing, the Leichtag Family Foundation continued that legacy with a donation to name the Leichtag Foundation Critical Care Pavilion.
Toni & Lee Leichtag
In 1924, Ellen Browning Scripps established the 44-bed Scripps Hospital and Scripps Metabolic Clinic on Prospect Street in La Jolla. With community growth the hospital expanded and Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla opened on Genesee Avenue in 1964.
The Lusardis made a leadership gift to the Here for Good Campaign in 2021 to help fund a new acute care hospital tower and pulmonary institute at Scripps Memorial Hospital Encinitas—which will be named the Lusardi Tower and Lusardi Pulmonary Institute. The Lusardis are longtime supporter of Scripps and the donation is the largest gift in Scripps Encinitas history.