A web-based experimental text editor that allows you to adjust and stretch type into grid cells.
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.
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.
A physics-based site that lets chance dictate the final layout of Christine Koschel's portfolio.