The Multi 2017 is a student-run interdisciplinary design conference at Purchase College, SUNY. Featuring screen-side navigation and colorful variations of the Multi’s ‘M’.
Small Victories is a website building framework using Dropbox. This website features sliding boxes in web based colors that guide you through the process of setting up your own website.
Actual Source collaborates with contemporary artists and designers to publish limited edition books, fonts, clothing, furniture and objects. This website features a stylish red and white color pallete with simple but quirky navigation and pacing.
This website features an OS inspired navigation that directs the viewer to their impressive web based projects.
Lucas Fayolle is a French web developer based in Berlin, Germany. His website features a clean interface with smooth transitions that follow the grid-based design.
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.
Julian’s website is a clean typographic grid with a preview image upon hovering over the project’s title.
Kettle is a design studio based in NYC. This colorful website features an animated navigation and a changing background that gives the viewer a playful and engaging experience.
Plus Mûrs is a design studio based in Nantes, France. This website features a draggable slideshow with a neat index of projects and a sliding overlay navigation.
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.