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June 11, 2009 | 5 likes | 0 comments
Based in Seattle, Washington, Design Commission does some pretty great interface work. I found the site through this excellent iPhone Stencil Kit, but the site also has a lot going for it. The number one design feature in my opinion is the floating bottom navigation that truly stands out.
June 11, 2009 | 10 likes | 0 comments
Andrew Wilkinson and his gang of interface designers over at MetaLab just launched their new site design. Beautiful as always, with a whole bunch of lovely details all around. I love the active effects on buttons, and the plastic feel to it all is great.
April 30, 2009 | 13 likes | 0 comments
I don't understand much of the text on this page, but that doesn't really matter here on Styleboost. What does matter, however, is the beauty of it all. With the delicate sprinkles of jQuery, this is one of the friendliest sites I've visited all day.
April 29, 2009 | 18 likes | 0 comments
For ten years, Serial Cut has created fantastic visual works again and again. This time the site takes it up a notch with a fantastic, correct me if I'm wrong, jQuery impersonation of a Flashfolio. Once again, the new works are simply outstanding. Thumbs up!
January 6, 2009 | 7 likes | 0 comments
Another site I completely forgot to post here on Styleboost a couple of weeks ago was the brand new portfolio site for Norwegian design agency Manual design. Put simply, this site is razor sharp.
January 1, 2009 | 7 likes | 0 comments
A simple and clean little portfolio from 2008.
November 27, 2008 | 9 likes | 0 comments
Tim Van Damme’s brand new online presence is dead simple. So simple, in fact, that I dare call it genious. Its design is razor sharp. This is exactly what I need for myself. Via Twitter.
October 22, 2008 | 7 likes | 0 comments
Product Planner is a beautiful site. But what's more is that with Product Planner you can view and create user flows, viral loops, etc. This is actually a useful tool for us web designers. It's quite basic stuff, but it's great to see how user flows are used around the web. Truly inspirational and wrapped into a neat little package.
October 6, 2008 | 20 likes | 0 comments
Kyan is a creative web design/development from the UK. Their site features some of the most delicate little graphics and a great color scheme. What's not to like about this accessible site. I really wish I had this one in my own portfolio. Too bad I don't. Via Six Revisions.
July 1, 2008 | 12 likes | 0 comments
Build is a one man London based Graphic Design studio which prides itself on its craft-like approach to print. The Build portfolio is hands down one of the greatest websites I've encountered in my life. The amazing attention to details, the overwhelming simplicity, the lovely shades, the intuitive and unusual navigation, the large product photos. This is one outstanding site that every web designer should take a look at. And there's no Flash to be seen anywhere.