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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.
The Kitamura website is a fearless mixture of video and interactive elements and sound. The website encourages the user to experience the rotations that a person's body undergoes during a night of sleep. With each scroll of the mouse, another body is flung into the center of the screen in a new position, ultimately culminating in the 7:00am wake up and the product that helps you get there.
Ever wonder what the little elements on fonts type faces are called? From the edges of letters to the lines that connect the two haves of the letter H, this website lets you elegantly and clearly explore what makes up the words we see every day.
An interactive music video. Working much like a game, Andeirnerseite welcomes the user to hit the spacebar to switch scenes in the music video back and forth, creating a unique movie each time. The timeline also guides users to switch video at particular moments to earn points.
Indian Type Foundry
What would have been a simple database of fonts, Indian Type Foundry is a stunning mix of animated elements, color and interactivity. Each font page has clear breakdowns of how the font can be used and its unique elements. A masterful display of how simple things can be made to be beautiful.
Swiss Army Man
Who needs a rag doll when you can abuse a digital one instead. The promotional website for the movie Swiss Army Man starring Daniel Radcliffe lets you manipulate a lifeless (sort of) Radcliffe by flinging him around, tapping his tummy (which actually makes him fart), and typing commands which causes actions and delivers toys to work with.
If you were ever wondering what an acid trip would look like in HTML5, Resn is it.
The work of photographer Ali Sharaf, this website uses a unique dual inverted scroll that allows the user to see twice as much content with half the effort.
A stunning display of color and movement takes a simple photographer portfolio website and turns it into an experience. This website boast a fantastically original navigation layout that has to be seen to be understood.
Sam Lord Flavin
Drop into the world of artist Sam Lord Flavin with this creative and, at times, confusing array of letters and imagery.