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 Land of Clean
Learning about Panera's dedication to clean eating is given an entertaining spin with this anti-preservative, anti-artificial anything website. Interact with the landscape to remove the "No Nos" on each page and proceed through the levels.
Google Fonts is a typeface directory with features that include an About section of the font, the countries/languages in which the font is popular, and other fonts to complement it. Bonus: it is a free and open source market, meaning download and sharing are free of charge.
Based on the HBO show that this site gets its namesake and inspiration from, Vinyl Cuts is like no other online magazine you've encountered before.
Colorful animations and retro font bring joy to the person scrolling through this site, which highlights marketing agency Aimbulance's newest invention.
Leave it to a digital creative agency to create such an interactive site with some of the coolest scrolling transitions we've seen in a while. Tip: move your mouse around on the first page and watch the background design.
Global Oil Imports & Exports Map | GSM London
GSM London's beautifully rendered, interactive globe lets you explore worldwide imports and exports of oil across the decades. Trust us, it's more exciting than it sounds.
Realistic renderings of the solar system makes you feel like a true space explorer when visiting Space Advisor. Don't forget to play the introductory game and earn your space passport.