4 Apr 2013
This year's 'best use of a shirt pocket on a website' award goes to Ed Harrison for his Pocket Pictograms project. Delightful.
The Vending Machine
This silky smooth site caught our attention because of its seductive easing and great noise feedback when you rollover an image. So be sure to turn up your volume when checking it out.
Daniel Källbom uses colour-changing backgrounds to great effect, reflecting the tone and colourway of each project in his extensive portfolio.
Navigating Sebastian Haslauer's portfolio stays true to the aesthetic of his work, which is at times beautiful and jarring
Stephen Burgess's newly designed and built blog features an unconventional UI combined with some super smooth CSS transitions. Hover over the Twitter icon for one of the many nice easter eggs.
Directory for NewActon
A visual directory for Canberra's arts and cultural precinct. The site uses a dynamic, weather driven colour palette to reflect the mood of the precinct in the website itself.