Posts Tagged ‘interactive-design’
Julene Harrison is a British designer and illustrator who creates hand-cut custom artwork, often for wedding gifts and special occasions. Not only do we love her designs and admire her patience cutting out each intricate shape, but we also love the way her craft is integrated into her website design.
For something a little different, go to the following site and put in your home address to view your own custom music video created using google satellite imagery and your own computer drawn messages…
I’m always on the lookout for outstanding visual design, so when I came across the website of freelance web designer, writer, and speaker Simon Collison, I just had to share it with you. He’s got a very clean, pleasing layout accented with wonderful black and white illustrations (the blowfish is my personal fave) and sophisticated typography. It’s genius how everything completely adjusts itself depending on how wide you extend your browser window.
[ colly.com ]
I fell in love with this design monster when browsing web designer Denise Chandler‘s portfolio. (It helps that I’m a sucker for hand-drawn typography and graphic design elements too.)
[ via Smashing Magazine ]
These unique graphics were created by SHOTOPOP, a group of graphic and interactive designers based in London.
[ via Shotopop ]
We’re digging the artistic flow of these designs from Dreamers Ink Aesthetics, a creative studio that serves up dynamic print, web, broadcast, and sound design.
I am digging Hummingbird Bakery’s website design. The bright punchy colors are dreamy, like cupcakes. Mouth-watering food photography combined with sleek, clean design makes this site terribly fun and ever-so-sweet.
Love this unique site, where each click brings an animated fresh chalk sketch, complete with sound effects. The faint impression of the previous sketch is even subtly left behind on the chalkboard. See it for yourself at: starbuckscoffeeathome.com