School

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Site of School, a Japanese creative collective/agency. Nicely crafted body of work wrapped in a modern site full of nice interactions, transitions, and animations. Super smooth and pretty damn slick.

Created by School.

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R Magazine

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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.

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AIY Projects

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Do it yourself AI project from Google. Create kits from a list of components such as Raspberry Pi, and make for example a natural language recognizer. Pretty impressive stuff, wrapped in a nicely designed site with transitions and animations to bring the content to life.

Created by Google (@google).

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Web VR experiments

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Some really interesting Web VR experiments ranging from sonic umbrellas, ping pong, through to speak to go. The depth and detail of these experiments is incredible. really interesting to play with the various aspects of interacting with a headset on using sound and space to prompt interactions.

Created by Google Creative Lab (@google) and various partners.

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Sidewalk Labs

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Site for Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs, research group dedicated to changing the cities of the future. Really love the approach of explaining the mission through easy to digest videos, problem statements, and short article like pieces. It is also beautifully designed, with large type, editorial style layouts, all with thoughtful transitions and interactions. Great example of a modern site explaining complex ideas and concepts.

Created by Sidewalk Labs (@sidewalklabs).

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Whities

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Site of London based record label Whities. Simple mechanic of scrolling through artists – love the way the background transitions – and tapping through to reveal videos and so on, love the way the windows layer. Really simple and enjoyable mechanic that keeps your context. Looks great, nice minimal design.

Created by Alex McCullough and Lemuel Dix (@hlemtr0n).

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Timeline Gallery

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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.

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Mendo

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Lovely site for speciality book store in Amsterdam – described as “A candy store for book aficionados”. Bold type, and large imagery funnel the viewer down the page with a mixture of editorial, curated, and book suggestions. Some really nice features here with smooth transitions and a great attention to detail. Love the preloader and new page slide in representing a new page – nice link back to the printed medium. On top of this it looks lovely, well designed and interesting layouts that really life the experience.

Created by Build in Amsterdam (@buildinams).

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60th Anniversary Omega Speedmaster

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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.

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Shantell Martin

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Site of artist Shantell Martin. Awesome homepage comprised of her artwork reacting to mouse position – love the mirroring of the artwork in the UI. Nice transition to the projects section and great bold design. Like the lazy loading of additional content when you’ve seen each project. Lovely work.

Created by Anton & Irene (@antonandirene).

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