22 Sep 2015
A wonderful collection of code vignettes on London-based James Musgrave's site. Who doesn't love an iridescent lolly?
Wiper Typography is a particular favourite of ours from the HTML5 experiments project—playful, super-smooth interaction.
The clip really just scratches the surface of the wonders that await you on Fornasetti. The fusion of a traditional illustrative style with top-notch development is a pleasure to behold.
In their own words: "Network Effect explores the psychological effect of Internet use on humanity." It certainly had one on us!
A sleek and minimal portfolio, with nice loading animations and slide-out sections. The image expander is a great touch as well.
This year's 'best use of a shirt pocket on a website' award goes to Ed Harrison for his Pocket Pictograms project. Delightful.