Category Archives: @webdesign
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.
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.
Ultra minimal and stylish site for fashion photography stylist Lynn Schmidt. Love the elegant simplicity and offset grid – so simple – tap on the image to cycle through images for that project. Simple slide out menu, easy to use, and works great on mobile too.
Created by OFF.
A digital art piece that in their own words “Through a chat-bot, contents are imported in realtime by a custom AI censoring algorithm, displaying itself in an infinte loop of hyper-medial elements. Visitors will experience the flow changes in realtime, exploring contents and features of this new media.” The end result is a 3D stream of modified visuals floating in space. Interesting experimentation with the concept of censorship.
Created by display.
Site documenting various people who live in Tokyo, their lives, and their tips & recommendations for the city. In their own words “a community driven initiative that seeks to establish the modern Tokyojin. We aim to authentically and organically capture, document, and communicate Tokyo’s unique urban culture through the insight and experience of the very people that shape it while redefining what it means to call Tokyo home.” Interesting form of storytelling through in depth journeys. Lovely photography and design, love the blend of inline video and sprinkles of Google Maps that bring the stories to life. Nice transitions and art direction tie it all together to create a compelling experience.
Created by Monopo.
Site for Beyonce’s new active line Ivy Park. Big, bold, and full of attitude – hold down button to switch tracks. Photos, videos, gifs all play a part in this monochromatic experience. Love that when you open the menu, the music dims a little. The brand expressed through simple and bold web experience.
Site for digital agency and research group Consortia. Lovely scrolling intro that pulls apart the logo and dives you into their lovely folio of work. Simple interactivity that splits the page to reveal the project detail in-situ. The component parts of the logo follow you down the page and add a nice element of depth.
Created by Lucas Lind.