Sanghee Cho is an interactive designer based in California, USA. This website features scrolling images, a drag and drop navigation and smooth transitions.
Alireza Ravanipour is an Iranian-based graphic designer who is currently completing his studies communication design and graphic at Academy of art in Hamburg, Germany. His website features overlayed screens that pay homage to a print-based portfolio.
Warp 2016 is a celebration of Warp Record’s 2016 releases. This website features a 3D draggable interface and a sleek click-through that allows the viewer to listen to the musician’s work.
Elisa van Joolen is an artist, designer and researcher based in Amsterdam. Her website includes parallax images and text, followed by an overlay click-through that features her projects.
The Berlin Biennale is a contemporary art exhibition based in Berlin, Germany. The website of its 8th edition from 2014 features a print inspired navigation that scrolls down to reveal information.
The Independent Research Agency is a research organisation specialising in social research and urban interventions. This all text website features a clever italian and english version that flips according to the language the viewer chooses.
Number 04 is an independent, US-based design office founded by Chris Mann, Cory Sistrunk, Davis Ngarupe, and JP Haynie. Navigate through this website with custom made cursors that make for an intuitive exploration of their work. Or go afk and play pong when you get back.
Leeza Pritychenko is a graphic designer based in The Hauge, Netherlands. Her website features a 3D scan of her, with large type, and a dancing navigation.
Alessandra is a graphic designer based in Auckland. Featuring a large navigation that scrolls to the corresponding project.
Komorebi is a web-based experiment by William Fields, an artist, musician, and composer based out of Wilmington, DE, USA. This interactive experiment features gradients and relaxing sounds that react to the viewer scrolling.
Resn is a creative agency based in Wellington, New Zealand. This website features various web-based experiments as the viewer clicks and holds the 3D drop.
Quick, Draw! is an AI experiment by Google. See if your drawing skills are good enough for a robot to recognize. An interesting take on how AI interfaces can be used the future of searching, communication, and user experience.