Site documenting the BMW presence at the Paris Motorshow. In depth 360 degree photospheres showing the range of BMW cars – love that you can jump inside the cars and see the cockpit view. Sweet transitions when looking at the details of the cars / model detail, nice way of mapping the view of the motorshow and highlight additional information. Love the 3D map of the exhibition space that allows you to jump around, loads of details and thoroughly polished experience.
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Fantastic musical interactive experience for Because celebrating 10 years and 20 classic artworks. Hold down the spacebar to randomly select an artist and play with the artwork – ranging from dragging trees, lighting up a city, playing with gravity, etc etc. Each one is very cool and triggers the playback of the track – with animations, video and interactivity. Love this kind of thing – this is what the medium is all about, creating compelling interactive experiences that can only be done with the interactive medium. Beautifully executed with slick animations, fantastic transitions, pulled together with elegant UI and a nice bit of storytelling.
Another great piece of work for Sonia Rykiel, this time revealing their pre Spring / Summer 2014 collection. Loads of super slick animations and transitions and details, especially like the little preloaders in different styles and positions – never overlaid across the visuals. The transitions from the grid to the detail view are pretty cool, and the way you see more tiles on the grid is great.
Lovely site of Sonia Rykiel 2013 F/W collection, arranged by looks set against bright coloured backgrounds and a cool lighting effect – changing by mouse position. Nice slick animations when navigating from look to look, and nice bottom tray with a carousel of all of the items. Good looking site with nice interface and cool animations.
Site showing the A/W 2013 range from Sonia Rykiel. Sequence of video clips showcasing key looks which you stop at any minute to see the details. Love the transitions to see the detail and the way you can zoom in and drag around the larger images on the left all in-situ – feels pretty slick. Lots of nice little details – like the progress bar in the top right – changing frame colours, and viewing the full range of looks. Looks great and works well down to mobile phones – really nice piece of work.