Tag Archives: Website

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.

CANALS – Website

CANALS is a personal project by Marcus Brown, a freelance art director, designer and creative based in Amsterdam. It charts the history and stories of Amsterdam’s canal network and utilises some stunning, cutting edge design to tell the story. We absolutely love this – from the scrolling to the design to the typography – this is what the future of magazines could look like!

You can visit Brown’s site here.

Bruno Simon – Website

This is how you flex your creative muscles! Bruno Simon is a digital creative who created this portfolio website, which is one of the best things we’ve seen in a while. It’s a fully interactive game where you control a little 4×4 buggy through a landscape and in that landscape you can find out more about Bruno Simon and his work. Nothing short of incredible!

You can visit the site here. Have fun!

Our Place – Website

Our Place is a dinnerware and cookware brand with a strong sense of identity and a website that really brings it to life. For a great lesson in modern branding, you really don’t need to look much further than Our Place. Using cookware as a starting point, they’ve moved into what food and cooking really means to people. It’s not just pots and pans – it’s connection and laughter and all the good things that come from sharing a meal together.

This is then brought to life with an almost nostalgic design sensibility and colour palette, harking back to better days. The photography is also spot on, showing people connecting with each other and enjoying each others’ company. We especially love the #dirtydishes idea, where they encourage people who have used their products to share a pic of their dirty dishes after a great meal.

You can visit the site here.

Hello Monday – Agency Website

Hello Monday is an international creative agency with offices in New York, Copenhagen and Aarhus. They describe themselves as a ‘creative studio that makes digital (and magical) ideas, products and experiences. We chose to share their site today because not only is it a joy to use (and uses some awesome illustration) it also has some incredible work featured from the team at Hello Monday. If you’re looking for inspiration, this is it!

You can visit the Hello Monday site here.