Portfolio of Japanese agency TYA. Set in a floating 3d space which is explorable through mouse movements. The ‘creative’ section highlights their work, with thumbnails moving through a floating space – allowing you to sit back and watch the projects float past. Nice camera movement and cool transitions and animation.
Monthly Archives: March 2010
If I can Dream – website documenting the stories of 5 young people chasing their dreams in Hollywood. Set in a Big Brother esque house with cameras everywhere – as the viewer you can go to several of the rooms and choose a camera and be a voyeur. Set within a 3d navigation and with a really nice interface design, you navigate to different areas within a fluid 3d box. One of nicest and smoothest uses of 3D I have ever seen, the 3d doesn’t get in the way of anything and just adds to the whole experience. Loads of attention to detail, I love all the little rollovers and icons, the 3d transitions are amazing. Great design, very complicated build, slick animation, all in all a fantastic looking and very impressive website.
Created by Poke New York.
Site challenging everything we know about paper and pulp. Highlighting 3 main projects showing the stages in each of the projects, all showing the need for sustainability and care of our environment. Integrating videos, Twitter, YouTube etc, and allowing Facebook users to comment. Nice and simple interface with really nice animations and look and feel. Users can also follow all updates in the projects via RSS and email.
Portfolio of Canadian photographer Jean Malek. Full screen photography, zoomed in so you can see all the details and pan around. Interesting navigation based around triangles that unfold to reveal the next photo and also form the menu. Nice buttons, cool animations and transitions.
Created by Akufen.
Interesting concept for a new coffee bean brand ‘Black Sunshine’. Based from a FPS perspective you go underground the meet a ‘drug’ dealer, look at the product, and order online your favourite morning ‘drug’. All shot from your perspective looking around the shady underground dealings of ‘the dealer’. Love the perspective panning with the video, they make it a little bigger than the screen so you can slightly pan around to see the scene – brings a really in depth feeling. Love the art direction and the how the buttons float around following your view. They have made these coffee beans very desirable by just making it very cool and very funny…