A collaborative interactive story writing experience. “BOOOK.LAND is a space for collaborative storytelling, bringing the online world together to write a novel. The digital platform allows participants to take part in a live novel anywhere, anytime. By continuing the story where it was left off and illustrating it as it’s being written, participants are able to collaborate with the rest of the world. The final novels are unconventional, unexpected pieces born from a clash of digital and print worlds.” Incredible idea, nicely crafted and inspirational for the digital medium.
Category Archives: @webdesign
Site of creative agency based in Paris. Love the homepage with a slideshow-esque functionality, where the label is filled by time and jumps to the next project. Wonderful mix of photography and video, the project pages are sublime with transitions from full screen video to colour bg with imagery and type on multiple z-depths. Nice attention to detail – really dig the jumping ball to show where you are – injects some personality and playfulness – Love this site!
Created by Convoy.
Site of photographer Giovanna Silva and travel photography from across the world. Love the minimal home screen which leads into immersive galleries of imagery, tap to proceed to leave a tapestry of photography. Very simple and interesting way of presenting a body of work.
Created by Display.
Site of Toga Japanese fashion label. Super minimal design and functionality, but with the Japanese aesthetic appeal throughout which elevates the overall feel of the site. Elegant selection of photography, love the views of the whole range which offers a great summary of the collection.
Nice experience that documents the creators road trip through the US through Google’s Streetview. Cleverly stitching together Streetview images, applying stylistic accents, calculating distance and so on. Nice crafted and interesting way of documenting a journey.
Created by Lionel Tardy.
Site of Japanese lifestyle magazine R Magazine. Featuring a variety of content such as fashion through to food. Sleek and minimal design with editorial and fashion photography. Love the subtle scrolling effect and art direction throughout, with lots of small UI details and transitions.
Interesting UI for exploring the latest updates for the concept of the Timeline Gallery in the Netherlands. Navigate the content by tapping on the individual cards – with the latest at the front of the stack, oldest at the back. Really simple, interesting, and exploratory way of presenting content.
Celebrating 60 years of the famous Omega Speedmaster watch made famous for being the first watch worn on the moon. Love the way they’ve highlighted all the special editions and for each explained the movement of the watch, specs, and all using a parallax scroll method. Shame you have to scroll up to go through the content. Nicely designed, nice photography and overall a nice experience.
Site for Belgium based agency Undefined. Fun collection of states you click through to get a mixture of projects, culture, and experimentation from the design agency. Really different and engaging way of exploring their world and getting a feel for the agency. Love the mixture of styles and media to which encourages you to get to the end of the site.
Created by Undefined.
Site for freelance Art Director & Designer. Simple type based home screen, on rollover large imagery represents the project. Slide in panel appears on click reveals nice layouts and designs for each project. Nice body of work, wrapped up in a slick and nicely designed site.
Site of Chinese based designer and coder Du Haihang. Nice exploratory of visual code experiments that play with 3D, textures, and physics. Simple scroll mechanic to go through the experiments, love the transitions and bold type – nicely wrapped up in a minimal interface, fun to play around with.
Created by Du Haihang.