A daily feed of New York Times Articles with cover assets generated via machine learning.
A dungeon map style navigation lets you explore the Always Hallways exhibition website for De Ateliers.
A detailed website full of neat interactions that acts as bibliography for the film 'All Light, Expanded'.
A self-destructive portfolio with a knowing wink for Mitchell Barton with a toggle to set the readability level.
Although visually charming, this interactive project highlights the serious problem of airborne microplastics.
Lineto's collection of type-posters kicking off with a beautiful type tunnel for lineto-1-0.
A vivid system of fluid transforming grids and bold colours for mire studio
Atmospheric use of CSS filters and a crossfader amplifies this credit list site for Alto.
Map based navigation with portals between pages for Art au Centre Genève.
A nice twist where the hover state reveals the reverse-side of this "business-card" site.
The delightfully smooth portfolio of One includes haptic style lists and great use of video.
A brilliant video-game-as-a-website for Slugabed and Samuel Organ's musical project — Peter Talisman
A hypnotic language swap for the Makers Club Berlin.
The use of blend mode for the navigation is an unusual yet stylistic idea that caught our attention, not to mention a great portfolio of work.
An addivetve homepage preview and navigation that doubles as a projgress bar for photographer Tillmann Franzen.
A slideshow that retains the ghostly presence of the last slide is combined with randomised image positioning and particularly smooth slider navigation for the portfolio of Joséphine Löchen.
A contextual cursor that simplifies navigation for Centre Wallonie Bruxelles.
A video-focused site that binds navigation, player controls and captions in a satisfying way for the Marine Serre CORE collection.
A super slick and effective usage of the CSS property "position: sticky" for the portfolio of Richie Talboy, that also includes a surprise for those that are patient.
A web-based publication full of meta labelling and multiple viewing modes from text first to image only for exhibition La luce alpina.
A website as an instrument for guitarist Jannis Wichmann.
With site map style navigation and a plethora of interlinking content, this site for Song for the Mute allows you to flow through the content.
Multiple effects create a site-wide feeling of syncopation, from distorted image animations to scrambled text on hover for Jazz Unleashed.
A site choc-full of charming details from live viewing stats to type out captions, this all adds up to make a beautiful storytelling experience.
A minimal but beautiful site for Johanna Jaskowska, that nods to her involvement with AR and the fluid nature of emergent technology.