Our Top Sites for Design Inspiration 29
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 Hidden Worlds of the National Parks
Ever wish you could visit a National Park but didn't have the time or budget? Thanks to Google Arts & Culture, your aspiration comes true in a virtual tour of the parks, complete with 360-degree views and interactive activities.
RollPark: The Green Alternative to Asphalt and Concrete
RollPark may be undertaking the seemingly impossible task of making parking less of a headache (and more eco-friendly), but their website is so simple and pleasant that it can convince anyone the impossible is possible.
A Decade in Design with Elegant Seagulls
Creative agency Elegant Seagulls' anniversary site captures the personal and humorous nature of the company with an unusual theme.
A sophisticated color scheme and typography are to be expected from a fashion website, but it's the brand video here that is a praiseworthy piece of design. Don't miss the opportunity to switch between big- and little-Kygo during the film.
The Great Animal Orchestra
Immerse yourself in the sounds of nature with this site that takes you on an auditory adventure like you've never experienced before.
La Sainte Paix
This site for a gastropub in Quebec draws people in for a pint and a bite with a tasteful theme and stylized animations.
Educate yourself on animal testing as you play a lab researcher in this site that (rightfully) decided interactivity is the best way to learn.