25 Sep 2015
It's rare to see a really novel spin on a grid layout, but the masked grid of work on d/B's website does a great job of encouraging exploration.
The Ventriloquist Summerschool
An interesting use of four interconnected panels on this colourful promotional site.
This slick site for Seattle-based design practice Olson Kundig is characterised by the thoughtful details, including deft use of the progress cursor. The image clipping feature is also well considered.
This french interactive agency have pushed up their new portfolio, packed with flourishes of great interaction. On a geekier note, their custom CMS looks a treat!
Bureau d'Investigation Graphique
A few websites have passed our eyes that utilise this split-screen effect, but none as effective as the portfolio site for Nicolas Millot.
Arts & Sciences
Great use of moving image and navigation, with the black and white effectively bringing focus to the work. A nice all-rounder!