Bureau Cool at it again with another menu win, this time in the form of a spiral.
With a nod to their vision, the website for Kepler Interactive rewards curiosity whilst also passing control on to the visitor.
A surprising nav interaction that cuts through the content for The Physics Room.
Styled on the design of a call sheet, this site for Farago Projects holds many little surprises and details.
This site for the 90s inspired Chinese restaurant Málà Project is a joyfull trip featuring nostalgic cinematic screen wipes.
The website for Elizabeth Gabrielle Lee utilises a custom variable font with no fixed form to slip between works creating textured in-between spaces on scroll.
A personal site for Julijonas Urbonas featuring off-kilter typography, rotating navigation and interlinked content adds a playfully personal touch to the vast amount of work.
Draggable content, live visitor indicators and satisfying expanding content for Dept of Transformation.
An apt interaction for The School of Temporary Liveness, where words come together in a self-constructing scroll.
An e-com for furniture shop Ain't No Trash features a cycling menu structure with 3D active state.
The new ascii-driven portfolio of DVTK features some lovely interaction from contextual background hovers and subtle 3D skews. We also wanted to pull out their positive friction manifesto page as something everyone should read.
An additive nav for Smuss Studio that has content flooding the single page site with each click.
An experiment utilising machine learning and Three.js to show how far hand tracking in the browser has come.
A video timeline with draggable clips allows you to edit the running order of editor Julia Plazas' showreel site.
A crisp site with some playful and practical navigation within the project view for Mäehlerbrandt.
An audio project with a continuous, almost architectural visualiser for Talk With Urban Landscapes.
A timeline-based portfolio site for film director Yuann that features a layered 3D preview.
This site for Jon Emmony consists of many moments of satisfying stickiness as well as creating an engaging style motif from border and border-radius.
A looping multi-plane scroll for the text base portfolio for Julia Volkmar.
Playing with the mobile-first design style, this portfolio for Johanna Lundberg uses cascading content duplication to scale up to desktop.
Wishing everyone happy holidays with some help from DVTK who have created this hypnotic moiré pattern experiment for their annual season's greeting.
The e-com for Ganni, beyond its stylised micro models, makes excellent use of navigation from text-based headers to lovely rollover cards.
Using variable-type stretching and squashing as the transitions, this site for Kunstverein Siegen takes the term responsive to a whole other level.
This slick looping scroller with 3D objects uses mouseover to create a fluid feeling sitewide.
This raw-style site for FEU Magazine makes great use of glassy get out of the way type on the homepage.
The website for the launch of Nosaj Things' new album uses sound diffusion to allow users to create images as they listen.