Category Archives: Multimedia

The Witcher – Map of the Continent

If you’re a fan of the Witcher and have maybe read the books, played the games or watched the series on Netflix, you’ll know that story lines and time lines can get a little bit complicated. That’s where this interactive map comes in. It uses a timeline as a navigation tool, which then shows the user where certain events happened on the map. This helps you get a better idea of how much time has passed in the show and then also where things are in relation to each other geographically.

In terms of information design and how to take complicated narrative threads and make them navigable and understandable, you’ll have to look really hard to find something better than this!

You can visit the site here.

Parsons Branding – Website

Parsons Branding is a Cape Town based branding and design agency with some really lovely work. Today we’re sharing not just their website (which is amazing) but also their work too. We love the way the scrolling works on the website, which you’ll need to visit to see of course, but we also love their work. We included some examples of their identity and packaging work for a beer brand in the UK called Wolfpack which you can see below.

You can visit their website here to see more of their amazing work. And look out for that scroll effect!

Nova Smart Home – Multimedia

We all know that in marketing that product demonstration is a really powerful tool to help people understand what they’re buying into. This gorgeous interactive website by Ueno does just that, but in the digital realm. On this site for Nova Smart Home, you’re able to look in different rooms of the house and see all of the smart home products in them and what they do.

We especially love how they’ve added some cute animations and little easter eggs into the work – see the burglar in the window? There’s a whole lot more to discover!

You can visit the site here.

i-Spy Website

This web project for Aotearoa, an area of New Zealand, by Resn is the perfect example of how new media can deliver more interesting experiences for people.

The goal of this project is to help children learn more about their own native environment, and specifically the area of Aotearoa. This is done through interactive images, where kids (and let’s be honest, adults too!) are tasked to search for a specific person or animal within the scene.

We had so much fun playing around with this site. And we feel this shows a really good example of just how illustration can be fused with interactivity and multimedia design to create something incredibly appealing and interesting to interact with.

You can visit Aotearoa by clicking this link here.

Bon Voyage!

The Bear and his Scarf – Website

This interactive storybook website by Lucy Agency was created for Club Brugge, a Belgian soccer team, to help deal with racism and discrimination. It’s such a smart way to use narrative to help children learn about the importance of being inclusive and understanding.

On top of that, we love the way the illustration was handled and how the designers used animation to bring the story to life.

You can visit the site here.

Mysta Electric – Website

This portfolio website for Copenhagen based tattoo artist, Mysta Electric, is a lesson in how to use typography and scroll effects to create impact. The way this website is designed feels entirely on-brand to the type of subject matter Mysta Electric works with, which means that this project can be considered a great success.

You can visit the site here.

Apple Airpods Pro Website – Multimedia

If you’re looking for product and design porn, you can always look to Apple for great work. This website for their new Airpods Pro does not disappoint! Using some really beautiful scroll effects, it really takes the user through the product in a beautiful, in-depth way.

You can visit the site here. Enjoy!