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Wild Beasts

Campaign · July 29, 2014 ·

The british indie rock band Wild Beasts got a remarkable website. Colorful, playful and ready for all devices and viewports. Site credits: 020 7

Julien Simshauser

Portfolio · July 27, 2014 ·

In his own words Julien Simshauser is a London-based Motion Designer, Digital Designer and Director collaborating with talent from everywhere to create outstanding visual experiences. Recently Julien got a new website which is more than just remarkable. It’s a beautiful experience. Very well done!

Code And Theory

Studio · July 8, 2014 ·

This is the new website of Code And Theory and it’s a lovely one. Smart and simple – that’s how everyone wants a studio slash agency website to be. Small bonus: the »Why we make« section is a neatly animated presentation. Go check it out!

AKQA

Studio · July 7, 2014 ·

Agency powerhouse AKQA launched a brand new website. Super clean, super simple, super responsive. Job well done!

Brazil Fourteen

Project · June 17, 2014 ·

Just in case you missed it. It’s FIFA Football World Cup 2014 in Brazil. To keep up with the match schedule London based design studio Karoshi created this beautiful website and wall chart.

McColl Center for Art + Innovation

Campaign · June 10, 2014 ·

McColl Center for Art + Innovation is a nationally acclaimed contemporary art center situated in Charlotte, NC. McColl got a new website which is a must-see even if you’re not fond of art at all. The site’s layout is sweet and the use of layers has a clever touch. Excellent interface design. A solid 8.5 out of 10 – feel free to disagree.

Cédric Diradourian

Portfolio · June 9, 2014 ·

Cédric Diradourian is a french photographer living and working in Tokyo, Japan. He recently got a very slick new portfolio website. It’s a minimal, functional and straight-forward piece of web design. Based on HTML5, WordPress and built in a device-neutral aka mobile friendly way. This is how you do it!

Dutch National Opera & Ballet

Campaign · May 27, 2014 ·

The new website for the Dutch National Opera & Ballet includes a lush start and some very well designed content pages. Credits: Tam Tam

Kenji Saito

Portfolio · May 19, 2014 ·

Kenji Saito is a japanese frontend developer currently working at Luxurious Animals in New York City. His new portfolio website is really something remarkable. It’s like JavaScript is making love with oldschool Flash. Don’t be fooled by the screenshot above, this site is exciting. Click, click!

Agency Survival Kits

Project · May 16, 2014 ·

«Advertising agencies frequently deal with little disasters that, more often than not, could be avoided or at least contained. Overtime, a power outage or a surprise presentation…» — The french creative studio Phoenix decided to create a collection of survival kits to help agencies get through these kinds of situations. You have to admit that this is a funny way to target real world problems. And it’s a well done website, too! via @BaptisteRingot

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