Site of Gabe Ferreira US based designer and creative. Love the ultra minimal approach, beautifully pared down UX and design that really lets the work shine. Some fun interactive moments like the rollovers on the projects, and blur transitions that just add some dynamism into the site. Lovely work too!
Monthly Archives: September 2016
Site for Japanese interior design firm Draft. Lovely portfolio of work brought to life with lots of nice animation, transitions and interactions. It looks great, lots of large type and offset details that really break up the page and inject a sense of energy.
Site promoting some of the artists for the North Sea Jazz Festival – through the idea of stories from the early stages of their careers. Love the integration of sound reactive elements that respond to the music as you cycle through the artists. Fun colour accent and bold type juxtaposed with b&w photography – nice feeling and attitude – and love the integration of music.
Lovely site for Adult Swim and a collection of singles from 2016. The music triggers a 3D visualisation customised for that tune, love how the background colours transition and the way each visualisation changes. Lovely design and polished interactivity, works great on mobile too, really fun and playful way of exploring a range of music.
Site for new snowboarding film release ‘The Fourth Phase’. Featuring a beautiful homepage, that shows locations mapped to 3D scenes that your mouse can pan around, set alongside some moody music – creates an epic scene. Nice design details and interactive moments – all wrapped up in a modern and clean design.
Site of New Zealand based Ben Pearce, sculptor and artist. Love the minimal approach with splashes of personality and large imagery. Love the ‘my story’ page with the lines that trigger rollover states, lots of fun details dotted amongst the site, but still remaining easy to traverse and enjoy.