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Our Top Sites for Design Inspiration
Every week at Fueled, our London-based Creative Director, Rob Palmer, shares a handful of inspirational websites with our teams in New York, Los Angeles, and…
Every week at Fueled, our London-based Creative Director, Rob Palmer, shares a handful of inspirational websites with our teams in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. This weekly email acts as a virtual water cooler, encouraging us to congregate across time zones and discuss what brands and blogs are doing to push new trends in web design.
Chord Surfer by Redbull
A wild ride of a game reminiscent of Guitar Hero, jump from chord to chord avoiding skulls and grabbing power ups. The game's aesthetic delivers a unique feel.
Pushing browser based CGI to its limit has never looked prettier. Sirin Lab's website for its newest product, Solarin, is a stunning visual display of graphics, animation, light and sound.
The most common challenge for designs is making sure that a brand's personality is reflected well while still preserving a great user experience. Love Fila's bright pastels, cool interface, quick animations and enjoyable intro video represent how this is done.
Yul Moreau's Digital Portfolio
Great Designers should have great places to share their work, and Yul Moreau's website does not disappoint. A blending of 80's vintage video game feel with modern elements makes this portfolio page one of the most intriguing you'll ever see.
The website for a new air purifier delivers a design that captures the feeling and taste of "Fresh Air" through the visual medium in an effort to help users experience the benefits of Molekule. No small task.
Almost like two websites in one, Locus Solus switches from a black and white timeline of the brand history to a colorful product display website when clicking the nearly hidden button on the top right of the screen.
Brainside's digital gallery lets people browse some modern art while listening to the criticism often launched at misunderstood work. In a world where part of the general public seems increasingly resistant to modern art, Brainside's interactive site makes an artist’s creative thinking more accessible to the users.
Wondering what people think of Brexit today? Are they happy or unhappy? This website aggregates and analyzes trending news stories about the top and delivers a daily report.