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.
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.
5 PM is an online store based in Nantes, France. Large type opens to reveal the navigation and an example of what is for sale. As the viewer clicks through, they are greeted by a neat grid that displays the rest of their products.
Timothy Schaumburg is a photographer and filmmaker based in Berlin, Germany. His website features minimalistic typography with slideshows that focus primarily on the artist’s work.
Julian Charrière is a French-Swiss artist based in Berlin, Germany. This website’s navigation greets you with a clever overview of the artist’s work. Turning into the project navigation upon scrolling down.
HafenCity University’s Urban Design website based in Hamburg, Germany. This website features large rectangular navigation that slides as the viewer interacts with it.
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.
Ruum 414 is a design studio based in Tallinn, Estonia. Match graphic elements togeather in a subtle mini-game that is followed by a display of their projects.
Carlos Mayo is a visual communicator based in Madrid, Spain. His website is a simple list of projects that click through to a minimalistic display of work with a good use of typography.
Pomo is a design studio based in Milan, Italy. This website features a colorful interactive clock, followed by a neat list of projects.
The Multi 2017 is a student-run interdisciplinary design conference at Purchase College, SUNY. Featuring screen-side navigation and colorful variations of the Multi’s ‘M’.
Laboratories is a design studio based in Tokyo, Japan. Featuring a sleek display of their work as the viewer scrolls.