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June 23, 2011 | 95 likes | 0 comments
Joe Hewitt and his girlfriend Laura Copeland have created a beautiful photo blog. What's most exciting about this site is the fantastic scroll-based user interface built on Joe's Scrollability. Thanks to this the site is a joy to experience across devices, especially on my iPhone 4. Joe has also written a post about the project. In his words: "Inertial scrolling is a fundamental part of touch screen devices, regardless of their visual design, and should be used more often on the web."
June 14, 2011 | 36 likes | 0 comments
Lovely redesign by Dan Mall. The homepage is both clever and simple. Not to mention the superb portfolio navigation and the individually art directed articles. One of the most fascinating portfolio designs in a while. It's a site that subtly points out why Dan is considered one of the best.
May 21, 2011 | 72 likes | 0 comments
Styleboost regulars Emil Bonsaksen and Anthoni Giskegjerde and the rest of the team at I&M have done a great job with the recent redesign of their website. I really like what the grid, the use of white space and the typography throughout.
March 8, 2011 | 62 likes | 0 comments
If you're a web designer, this one's for you. Method & Craft is a new site filled with great content by big names in our business. And it's really pretty, too. Via Chris Coyier.
December 22, 2010 | 66 likes | 0 comments
Designer/illustrator celebrity Jon Hicks has designed a beautiful theme for WordPress and Tumblr. The fact that he went for a horizontally scrolling interface surprised me, but it works surprisingly well. It's great to see that it's possible to do something like that without making it too intricate and/or frustrating.
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.
November 16, 2010 | 34 likes | 0 comments
Bobby Solomon's art/design/fashion/music blog Kitsune Noir has been a long time favorite of mine. The latest redesign not only changed all the visuals, but also changed the name. As Bobby points out, there were many reasons for doing this, but the most amusing one is the fact that an annoying French record label who puts out crappy mixtapes kept on threatening to sue him. He's also posted a write-up about the excellent new site design.
November 9, 2010 | 68 likes | 0 comments
Irrland is a science/art project by Sebastian Waters und Patrick Beser taking place all over Ireland. This is also the most ambitious and experimental design of a Tumblog I've ever seen. The interface isn't perfect, but it's well worth a closer look. They've done some wonderful work in the details.
November 5, 2010 | 35 likes | 0 comments
Cognition is Happy Cog's space for sharing thoughts on design, experience, code and more. Even though the design of the site is very well done with a great color scheme and wonderful navigational aspects, the most outstanding part of the site is the way they've implemented Twitter as the main interface for article comments.
November 4, 2010 | 30 likes | 0 comments
Bureau is Thibaut Sailly's UX blog. The site is beautifully designed, making great use of white space and a fluid design that responsively adapts to browser width. Awesome, inspirational stuff.