A slideshow portfolio that's full of fluidity with multiple viewing modes for Lauren Bamford.
A single-page scroll with text wrap and subtle use of multiple image layers to create a scroll with depth.
Floating Tamagotchi inspired gadgets and a sleek modern chat UI evokes a safe space for East and South East Asian designers to discuss their identity in the design industry.
A simple and crisp site for Staffan Sundström, with some charming moments from the transition between projects to the type scale control.
The portfolio of Phillipp Polder is packed to the brim with micro-interactions and animations, including a slick glassy image rollover.
Using keyboard navigation as a design inspiration, the site for Problemata eases you into shortcuts and alternative ways of browsing the archive.
Animals as Objects is a research study that exposes the interconnected nature of the articles, your personal journey, and data on how others are exploring the database.
A slick landing page and smooth side-scrolling project galleries for London-based post-production studio IMGN.
Microsite for a photography book by Marcelo Gomes featuring a randomised gallery with subtle and enigmatic distortion effects that mirror the casual, dreamy documentation style of the author.
Smart use of a layered mask image with blur filter to create a dreamlike experience for this single-page lookbook.
A simple typographic site that hides some charming details from the logo interaction to a direction-based type slide in transition.
A really effective use of SVG filters being applied to live type, creating a beautifully textured design aesthetic.
A site that pairs publication and the interface featuring draggable hyperlinked pages and sound effects for the Dictionary of Dark Matters.
The ever-moving portfolio of Video Editor and Motion Designer Myra Isabella holds some charming moments of timing and layout.
A snap parallax scroll view and a grid explorer for the Archival Consciousness project.
A playful exploration of the tattooed form where you view the scans archive from a different perspective.
An interesting use of text wrapping to create a visual narrative for Hakuna Matata.
A playful type preview with a HUD that is out of this world for Grilli Type GT Planar.
An editorial site chock-full of micro-interactions with a great sense of movement and animation within the articles for Source Type.
A custom variable font tied to the scroll obscures itself until you are ready to read for artist Lennart Lahuis.
A theme of stacking played out across slideshow and text transition for New Layer.
A minimal design that hides some charming moments for Squama Recordings includeing spinning album art and micro player.
Beautiful particle transitions combined with a smooth and functional audio player for the research project Virtual Enjoyment.
A web-based experimental text editor that allows you to adjust and stretch type into grid cells.
An interesting take on scroll restriction for the portfolio of Gwen Bogaert.
This online merch store features a minimal interface in combination with a dynamically cascading image gallery.
A playful take on a biz-card site merged with a slideshow portfolio for Florian Fromager.
This website for h0t house leans into a gloopy orgranic aesthetic by playing with scaling transitions and rounded styling.
Javastraat.cloud is a great example of how content can be explored in multiple forms to help viewers make sense of the data.
A simple yet effective take on the slideshow portfolio for Public Image's site which includes an infinite looping carousel.
Feral Earth uses an API-driven navigation to unlock its links using the earth's natural rhythms.
Note's site is a treasure trove of subtle moments, from typographic features that follow you beyond the transition to a 3D world, allowing you to explore the studio's work in progress.
Some lovely musical branding and a site full of lyrical interactions and transitions for I Heard It In A Magazine.
With an interaction that reflects their constitution, the design and research studio Office allows users to permanently alter their website's design.
Some slick use of box-shadow and transitions give this site for Deichtorhallen Hamburg and Kampnagel an incredible sense of liquidity.