HafenCity University’s Urban Design website based in Hamburg, Germany. This website features large rectangular navigation that slides as the viewer interacts with it.
Nis is a Korean website that features a glitchy interface and navigation through keyboard commands.
Kristina Bartošová is a graphic designer based in Graz, Austria. Bartošová’s large navigation causes images to pop up when the viewer hovers over the associated project’s name.
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.
Hey Joe is a small, seoul–based graphic design studio founded in 2010 by Hyoun Youl Joe. This website organizes its work in a quite drop down menu.
A promotional website for the release of Helios’s album, Yume. Featuring an interactive music experience with a pretty color palette, Yume gives the viewer the control of which sample they listen to through a draggable interface.
Non-Verbal Club is a design studio based in Portugal. Their website pays homage to the classic book index with a large typographic drop down menu.
Aku is a design studio based in Tallinn, Estonia. Their website features single column navigation that reveals a parallaxed interpretation of the projects.
ROLU is an art and design studio based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. OMMU is an art and design bookstore/distributor based in Athens, Greece. This website features a drag and drop interface coupled with an ambient sound.
Brock Kenzler is a digital designer based in Australia. His website pays homage to the Mac OS user-interface with the drop down navigation that reveals his playful side projects.