JLern is the brand of Justin Lerner, a seasoned programmer and interactive designer based in Philadelphia. A few weeks ago he relaunched his portfolio website. You might remember his old «Spinny Site». His new HTML5 website feels a bit like a web application dashboard but it’s a beautiful one nonetheless.
A Chronology is a journal of creative culture. The A Chronology website has a quite unique touch. Especially the use of layered content which reveal upon roll-over is remarkable. A really nice website. The only downside: no permalinks for single articles.
Colors And The Kids (CATK) is a Berlin based interdisciplinary design studio founded in 2008 by Elisabeth Schulze, Sebastian Gerbert and Maik Bluhm. Their new website is using and breaking the grid at a time. The result is quite an exciting layout. And there are some nice hover effects, too.
Field Notes is the vivid portfolio of accomplished designer Ian Coyle. You should all be familiar with his outstanding work. His new website wraps up his creative gems in a quite unique way. As strange as it may sound: it’s minimal yet exiciting.
Royale is a Los Angeles based creative studio launched by Partners Brien Holman, Jayson Whitmore and Jen Lucero in 2007. Their new website, Version 4.0 is highlighting both their commercial and personal work. A beautiful website that includes some interesting features.
Mathias Sterner is a Stockholm based photographer. His beautiful new website is a great example of how a modern photography portfolio should look like. The site employs fullscreen images, smart loading, keyboard navigation for the desktop and swipe-/touch-navigation for iOS. Credits: Yours
Protest, the dutch design-led boardwear company has one goal in life: ride more. To help it’s audience to get there, the website is the hub to do so. The all-new lush HTML5 site removed one last obstacle: device incompatibility. Credits: Taxi Europe
«Edits» is a quarterly publication of short narratives in film and photography by Ian Coyle, an outstanding designer and creative director. «Edits» is also a masterpiece of story-telling. Just imagine e-books and magazines giving you this kind of experience. Enjoy the first issue called «Voyager», it’s magic!
Mike Smart is a Leicester based Freelance Digital Designer and Developer working across all forms of digital design. His new website is both very red and very remarkable. Great layout, nice transitions and a sophisticated navigation. Smart!