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Today's webpick

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health A custom microsite immerses visitors in the school’s 2014 accomplishments. Stunning photography, a video interview with the school’s dean and an organic, interactive design provide a seamless user experience on all devices.


Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Image-driven, colorful and responsive, the new creates a unified web experience for the renowned school and museum. Serving multiple audiences, the site highlights the connections between the school and museum.


Oxitalia Oxitalia exalts fashion made in Italy. Just as each product exhibits Italian craftsmanship, so every webpage was thoughtfully designed. Layout, big images and fonts are used to spread the vibrancy of Italian creativity.


Hatch Big, beautiful images draw viewers in, while design principles inform the case studies on Hatch’s new website. Fluid scaling, lightboxes and carousel slideshows deliver an engaging, delightful user experience.


Yes Yes is a Los Angeles-based store with an ethos of owning less, but better. It curates and sells functional, thoughtfully designed products. The site reflects that ethos and the simplicity of its products.


Grant Design Collaborative Organized by Grant Design Collaborative’s core attributes—passion, craft, knowledge—but built as a single scrolling page, the site offers a responsive overview of the firm’s classic graphic design and modern brand strategy.

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Object:Photo The Museum of Modern Art’s new interactive feature Object:Photo brings to life a collection of rare photographs between the two world wars. Four interactive ... Read Review


Fuzzco To showcase creative agency Fuzzco’s diverse work, a subtly scrolling homepage and flexible grid system for portfolio layouts put content first. Pieces such as the Self Assembler and real-time weather tracking add to the fun.


Made in the Middle Made in the Middle features creatives who are taking risks in Kansas City. The site offers maker features, a timeline of Kansa City’s creative history and a shop, all to spread awareness of the creative talents in Kansas City.


Gaucho The site for this high-end restaurant group was designed to drive bookings while reinforcing Gaucho’s contemporary take on Argentinian food. An editorial design approach features innovative navigation with evocative imagery.


The Boerum The Boerum is a real estate development in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The website educates prospective residents on the developer Flank’s respect for the rich history of the neighborhood and how it inspired the building itself.

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Rush Rush, the quintessential sci-fi prog rock band, has fantasized about presiding over powerful technology through its lyrics: “We are the Priests of the Temples of ... Read Review


Justin Lerner JLern Design presents the creative works of web designer and developer Justin Lerner, based out of Philadelphia. The website takes a minimalistic approach to explore the beauty of wireframes and how they transform into designs.


The Digital Kitchen Digital Kitchen’s site showcases the creative agency’s love of its craft and deep experience with blending film, interactive and design. Its website showcases how it engages digitally empowered audiences.


The Family Farmer The Family Farmer is an interactive documentary game that challenges visitors to create and manage their own virtual farm, raising awareness of the issues specific to family farms in a fun, simple interface.