Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Great Discontent

By | @greatdiscontent | No Comments


Nice refresh of the The Great Discontent website, a magazine about creativity, entrepreneurship, and risk taking. The online version is a beautifully laid out variant of the printed magazine, with lovely typography and nice photography. Nicely considered for the screen, with nice big copy for reading the interviews and the pull out quotes – nicely structured too, easy to find other articles and browse around. And it is responsive too, nicely done…

Created by The Great Discontent (@greatdiscontent).

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Tokyo Mild Foundation

By | @LIG_J | No Comments


Site of Tokyo Mild Foundation, Japanese film producers. Minimal layout and dark look and feel shows the projects on offer – stripped back and simple. Some nice transitions and some cute details bring it all to life, I like the slide out menu from the left and the ‘member’ section is nicely done.

Created by LIG Inc. (@LIG_J).

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A Spacecraft for All

By | @active_theory | No Comments


Fascinating interactive documentary about the ISEE-3 satellite that has been in orbit since 1978. Featuring a mixture of 3d elements, film, and photography it’s a really nice approach to show the orbit and history of the satellite. There is also a live view, where you can see estimates of where the satellite is today – all shown in 3d. Love the timeline approach and the fascinating way of representing the orbit of the satellite, where it has been all in a 3d model that you can explore – nice mix of media to explain the satellite and it’s history.

Created by Active Theory (@active_theory) and Philip Stockton (@illop).

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By | @webdesign | No Comments


Gorgeous site highlighting R+Co beauty and hair products. Love the layout, more akin to a fashion magazine – nice ever changing accent colour – and the offset titles and copy. The bold typography really accentuates the beautiful photography and fun layout. I love the ‘lookbook’ pages that show you all the products needed and styling tips – it looks fantastic, and all the subtle parallax style transitions gives the flat design some depth. Really nice looking site.

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Take Your Pulse

By | @_blacknegative | No Comments


Site promoting the wearable tech product ‘Withings Pulse’. Set from the perspective of three people wearing the product in their daily lives, a short film shows what the product does in-situ – sliding panels appear and you can explore in more detail about the product. I like the flow of the journey and the additional info appearing in a nicely designed way, it also looks great, nice palette of colours and fresh design.

Created by Black Negative (@_blacknegative) and Dilshan Arrukati.

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By | @raphaelbastide | No Comments


Unique site for photographer Enrico Floriddia. Love the CV-esque approach that explains the work through writing rather than simple thumbnails, click on one of the projects and viola thumbnails appear, click on them and see how it all expands. Really nice, unexpected, original execution of a portfolio website.

Created by Raphael Bastide (@raphaelbastide).

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Brice Darmon

By | @BonhommeParis | No Comments

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Fantastic portfolio of Parisian photographer Brice Darmon. The homepage shows a multi-layered layout that shows some highlights from each project – click on a project fills the screen with a cool transition that shows an interesting approach – the background image is the next image and the photo in the centre can be enlarged. Love all the cool interaction and transitions, roll over the right or left and the next or previous photo peeks, even the top and bottom peeks to show the next or previous projects. Also love all the masking transitions, looks and feels so slick – the animations are well considered and bring the static shots to life. Great example of modern photography portfolio site.

Created by Bonhomme (@BonhommeParis).

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KENZO Fall 2014

By | @kimbouti | No Comments


Lovely site promoting Kenzo’s Fall 2014 range – aiming to replicate a gallery experience from the browser and in 3D! You can connect your mobile device to use it as a trackpad to navigate the 3D gallery or use your mouse to move around the space. On the walls of the galleries are video pieces and images which you can peruse at your leisure. The exploratory nature of the interface is crafted well, and looks great, nice clean lines and moody lighting – I love that you exit through the shop where you can see the items from the gallery!

Created by DVDTKM (@kimbouti) and Cyril Agosta.

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