Komorebi is a web-based experiment by William Fields, an artist, musician, and composer based out of Wilmington, DE, USA. This interactive experiment features gradients and relaxing sounds that react to the viewer scrolling.
Resn is a creative agency based in Wellington, New Zealand. This website features various web-based experiments as the viewer clicks and holds the 3D drop.
Quick, Draw! is an AI experiment by Google. See if your drawing skills are good enough for a robot to recognize. An interesting take on how AI interfaces can be used the future of searching, communication, and user experience.
Mon is a website created by Jongmin Kim, with illustration help from Sanghee Cho. Inspired by his baby’s Halloween costume, this website features wiggly fur, multiple eyes, and chomping mouth interactions.
Lesi (Live Experimental Spacial Instrument) is a collaboration between Collins and Jono Brandel for Pop Up Magazine. This website features 3D graphic elements that pop up and interact with the user’s mic.
Ronny & Johny is a design studio based in Ghent, Belgium. This website features overlaid images followed by a neat slideshow that displays their work.
Laurel Halo is a musician based in Michigan, United States. Dancing interactive letters make for a playful experience while you listen to samples of her music.
Liebermann Kiepe is a design studio based in Hamburg, Germany. Their website features a brief description of themselves with links to their respective social media sites. If the viewer wants to get in contact, simply scroll down and have a multitude of online business cards thrown on the screen.
Ingo Offermanns is a Graphic Designer and Typography Teacher at the HFBK Hamburg, Germany. As the viewer first clicks the page, the bottom navigation stretches to the top while bringing up a delicate display of his work.
Rodrigo Sañudo is a graphic designer based in Madrid, Spain. His website features a clean slideshow with playful thumbnails as the user navigates to a new project.
Thek is a multilocal space for arts and design, communication and interaction. The viewer is placed in a 3D interactive space which allows one to see the venue.
Pomo is a design studio based in Milan, Italy. This website features a colorful interactive clock, followed by a neat list of projects.