16 Jun 2015
A solid graduate show site for Kingston's graphic design students. The cubes respond to the speed of your scroll, which is a lovely touch.
A very tidy new site for Zack Sears with a refreshing take on the scrolling navigation, which scrolls horizontally as you scroll vertically.
We have featured Thomas's work on Hover States before, but we felt his personal site was worth a mention. From the slick transitions to the nice text rollovers, it's definitely worth exploring.
On first load Tine Günther's website looks simple enough, but this powerhouse of a site is full of so many interesting interactions we couldn't fit them all in the video. We especially loved the menu with its 3D transition and mouse-tracking slime trail.
Studio Laucke Siebein
The unusual, understated transitions on each page take this tasteful portfolio site to the next level.
Ready 2 Swear
An excellent use of bold in-your-face type that's as unapologetic as the message behind the site.