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September 24, 2010 | 177 likes | 0 comments
Mike Kus (@mikekus) is in my humble opinion the most exciting web designer to follow these days. He constantly produces incredible work that stands out from the crowded field of website design. This time he's created a sweet, hand drawn interface for @amazeelabs' online presence. Check it out and learn from a master.
June 23, 2011 | 138 likes | 0 comments
iPhone app teaser websites come a dime a dozen. iPhone app teaser websites of this calibre however are much, much harder to come by. Scrolling this site is so enjoyable that I think it's right to compare it to the spectacular and very successful Ben the Bodyguard site. Seldom has a small project like developing a teaser site been turned into such a wonderful result. Great work by Image Mechanics.
October 11, 2010 | 135 likes | 0 comments
The fourth awesome redesign in a row here on Styleboost. High fives all around! I love how the design team has focused on Square in use in real situations. The way the illustrations come alive is breathtaking. Superb! Via Dribbble.
December 2, 2010 | 125 likes | 0 comments
Ben the Bodyguard is basically a teaser website for getting people to sign up to be notified when a new iPhone app is launched. But it's such wonderfully executed. In fact, I've never seen anything quite like this. A big win for HTML5 storytelling. Via Robbin Ingvarsson.
January 19, 2011 | 119 likes | 0 comments
PTARMAK is a new studio of designers, writers, artisans and thinkers. I really like how they confronted the task of creating an online portfolio consisting of mainly physical objects. The navigation is a lovely touch that wonderfully accentuates the nature of their work.
October 26, 2010 | 117 likes | 0 comments
Lilly's Table is basically a paid subscribtion food recipe newsletter. The website does a great job of convincing me that this is high quality stuff (i.e. delicious food). I think the call-to-action could have been a tiny bit less cluttered, but there is no denying that this is a very beautiful little site. Via Rebekah Cox.
November 11, 2010 | 115 likes | 0 comments
Lifetree Creative is the design studio of husband and wife duo Eduardo & Gedy Rivera. The latest redesign of their website is good stuff all the way. In fact I think it's one of the best examples of how to present a studio like this that I've ever come across. You can definitely see that they've paid attention to creating a good content strategy. Via Dribbble.
December 13, 2010 | 114 likes | 0 comments
The sketchy world of Shyama (Rhymes with llama) Golden features many, many wonderful illustrations, paintings and designs. This impressive blog + portfolio + art boutique elegantly comes together in a way that is sure to attract many new fans. Count me in.
September 20, 2006 | 105 likes | 0 comments
Jonathan Yuen is a multi-disciplinary graphic designer based in Singapore with an online portfolio that has a highly unusual feel to it. The use of audio and animation makes his work stand out from average portfolios. Quite poetic in its style, this one is sure to satisfy many of Styleboost™'s readers.
August 10, 2010 | 99 likes | 0 comments
The use of whitespace and colors on Five Simple Steps' website is drop dead gorgeous. The grid in the design is wonderfully implemented and it's really impossible to resist the sudden urge to buy a book or two.