Minimalissimo is a magazine that celebrates the best of minimalism in design from the past and present. They recently got a new beautiful and clean website made by Six.
Klasse Grafik is an online presentation of the university course »Analytical Graphics« at the Hochschule für bildende Künste (HFBK) in Hamburg, Germany. This website is a gem for all fans of clean and minimal design and also one of the best ‘university websites’ out there. Splendid interface design that fits like a glove. Do note: you can switch to english if your german is a bit rusty. Site credits: Hyperstudio
Say hello to the simple yet very impressive portfolio of Philip Cronerud, a swedish graphic designer, art director, typographer, animator and light-developer currently working at Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam. Be advised: his site is a time-killer. There are lots of great works to see plus the dynamic change of the background color is a neat feature.
»Down the long driveway, you’ll see it« is a book of pictures of modernist New Zealand homes by Mary Gaudin. It features mid century modernist New Zealand houses by architects Ernst Plischke, Warren & Mahoney, John Scott and others, designed by The International Office. Sons&Co. designed this ultra-minimal, grid-loving onepage website to promote Mary Gaudin’s publication. Solid work!
North East is a new fashion brand from Japan which collaborates with various graphic designers, illustrators and photographers to produce and sell T-shirts. They already have some adorable designs by very fine people in store. Furthermore their new website is quite delicious. A clean and lovely grid layout with some smooth transitions makes an excellent impression. via @Siteswelike
Derek Boateng is a London based freelance interactive digital designer. His new portfolio site is one of a kind. The simple minimal and flat design approach works out great, although Google’s Quicksand font might look a little bit too thin occasionally. Last but not least, there are some really fine works inside.