The internet offers a seemingly endless stream of beautifully-crafted web creations. Whether it’s through the use of new technologies, creative typography, layout or silky smooth animations, we are able to see something truly unique being created every day. This series of articles documents a few of our very favourite creations from the past month.
Effortlessly elegant design and development — some lovely image loads and transitions. Also this is possibly the only time we’ve not minded seeing a newsletter pop-up… ever!!
AMAIÒ is a luxury women's designer swimwear label that blurs the line between designer bathing suits and ready-to-wear.
2. Stained Glass — Interactive Music Video
Fantastically creative and interactive idea for an online music video! Take a peek and see if you can get a whole scene coloured in.
Stained Glass Music Video Experience by Real Estate.
This is an interactive music video experience for the song Stained Glass by Real Estate. Click here to color your own…
3. Accademia Del Lusso
A sleek and sexy one pager with some particle goodness to play with.
YouMatter / Accademia del lusso Milano / Fashion and Luxury Academy in Milano
4. Searching For Syria
It’s always nice to see the digital landscape being used for good. This site aims to alter people’s perception around the crisis facing Syria in order to incite change. Give it a good look through and spread the word!
Searching for Syria
Exploring the world's top questions about the Syrian refugee crisis. A project from UNHCR in partnership with Google…
5. Marpi: Demos
It’s no secret that we love our WebGL so it’s no surprise that Marpi’s mosaic of experiments made it into our Top 7 this month!
6. DEVX Experiments
Did someone say WebGL? Another set of weird and wonderful dev experiments to feast your eyes upon!
DEVX Experiments - Digital Design Days 2017
Developers from all over the world created digital experiments following pixel as the main theme to showcase what can…
A look at some weird and wonderful work from production studio L’Éloi, featuring some of our favourite work from Greg Barth.