Tag Archives: Multimedia Design

KIKK Festival Website

The KIKK Festival is a Belgian event that happens yearly where some of the best creative minds in digital and other media come together and share their work, inspiring all who attend. While it’s always hard to showcase a great website using just images, we’re sharing just a few screen shots here so you can get the idea before you visit the site yourself.

Using a really creative cursor design, the site treats your cursor like a little window into the world beyond as you move it around on the website, highlighting an area of pink in the site and revealing unexpected colour and detail in the design and typography.

We do suggest you visit the site and spend some time looking at how they’ve solved the problem of having a really exciting and interesting site which delivers on their interests of both digital and creativity working together. It’s only once you check out the different pages and see how it all works that you’ll truly appreciate what they’ve done here!

You can visit the site here.

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Oat the Goat – Interactive Story

Wow! We love this work by Assembly and FCB New Zealand for the New Zealand Ministry of Education. It tells the story of Oat the Goat and his travels, teaching young children to understand how their actions can affect the people around them.

With a beautiful animation style, immersive sound design and a great story – this is truly digital work of the highest order. We do suggest you spend some time checking out the site and seeing just how far digital work can be taken.

You can read Oat the Goat’s story here (in English or in Maori!).

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Maison Riviera – Website

What a beautiful way to bring dairy and yoghurt products to life online! This site for Maison Riviera is a beautifully art-directed, cleverly designed example of how designing for web can start to feel more tactile. Such great work from Montreal-based interactive agency Deux Huit Huit.

With loads of smart scrolling effects and beautiful photography, this website is a shining example of how you can bring FMCG products to life in a rich, exciting way for consumers. We love it!

Do visit the site here.

Lene van Heerden – Faceboard Work

One of our third year Multimedia students, Lene van Heerden, recently completed this animation for a private brief for Faceboard, an e-learning platform with a cool way of interacting with people through gamification and social learning.

You can visit Faceboard’s website here.

Such incredible work, well done Lene!

 

Patagonia – The Blue Heart of Europe

Patagonia is a brand known for taking responsibility. They’ve made doing good and giving back a part of the brand from the very beginning. Here, we’re sharing one of their latest projects: The Blue Heart of Europe – a website which raises awareness about Europe’s threatened rivers and gives people something to rally behind and support. We love the work done by Upperquad on this!

Not only is this a great site to interact with and use, it’s a really interesting way that Patagonia is both doing good and representing itself as a brand. On every page, you see the Patagonia logo, but instead of throwing it in your face or trying to shove product down your threat, it doesn’t try too hard. And this is what makes Patagonia such a beloved brand throughout the world.

Good work for a good cause – what could be better?

You can visit the site here.

Niika – Website

Niika is a digital design and branding studio from Australia with a website that shows off their talents to great effect! From great web design through to 3D objects and some really fun scrolling techniques – this site has it all.

It’s always so much fun watching people at the peak of their powers flex their creative muscles and this site really is no exception. Take a look at the site right over here.

YouTube Rewind 2017 Website

Wow! What a great piece of multimedia design by Hook. This website, which was designed for YouTube Rewind 2017 (A kind of highlight video of all of YouTube’s best content for the year) has a great navigation design, which explains all of the memes, content and ridiculousness that made the year what it was.

You can check it out here.

Full marks if you get all the references!