4 Aug 2017
A pared back site for Kay Schuttel that compliments the works in movement and design.
The site for MacGuffin Magazine makes great use of video and drag galleries as well as giving layered editorial samples of the current issue.
Where are you?
A very unusual but compelling site promoting a new book by Visual Editions and Bibliotheque. What caught our attention were the indicators of the live scroll positions of other readers.
Some retro fun with this VHS-inspired site for London-based entertainment agency Joyride.
Featuring a clever three-column layout and sparse typography, this minimal site not only looks great, it's fast-loading too!
The stacking mechanism on this contemporary arts venue site is a nice way of providing context and ensuring the latest exhibition is always accessible.