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Cortney Bishop Design studio Stitch created a beautiful online showcase for Charleston, SC–based interior design company Cortney Bishop. The site thoughtfully layers typography and textural photography, promoting Bishop’s aesthetic.


Mark Goldstein Art director and designer Mark Goldstein’s site shows his portfolio as a stark, varied grid. Developed by Quinn Johns, the site incorporates colorful animated gradients and full-screen images that link to case studies.


NeueHouse Design firm For Office Use Only’s site for Neuehouse, a creative incubation group in New York City, extends the firm's collaborative spirit online. Upcoming events are styled as Polaroid pictures that link to detailed pages.

webpick of the week   09.18.15

“After the Storm” “After the Storm” is the first extension of PBS TV’s documentary series Independent Lens into an online, interactive format. Written and ... Read Review


Here | The University of Sydney Australian ad agency The Monkeys created a 360-degree virtual tour of the University of Sydney for prospective students to explore. Users can interact with images to reveal student and faculty endorsements of the college.


OH No Type Company San Francisco–based OH No Type Company’s online store eschews tradition and sells its products with studies on lettering. Digital videographer Cosmo Ray created animations for each font that link to more information.


We Are Collins Creative studio Collins's redesigned site—developed by Oak Studios—features simple navigation, images that link to in-depth case studies of the firm’s portfolio and a muted color scheme that highlights individual projects.


Junior Tech company Junior provides clients with rapid project development to keep up with fast-paced markets. Its website features eye-popping animations on a black-and-white background that link to pages outlining the firm’s mission.

webpick of the week   09.11.15

Illustration History Since its inception, the Stockbridge, Massachusetts–based Norman Rockwell Museum has explored the art and impact of illustrated images through ... Read Review


Fantasy Design agency Fantasy fuses strategy, UX and design to make extraordinary work for clients. The new site, created by Fantasy and developed by interactive firm Oleg Chulakov Studio, uses animations and a scrolling layout to outline Fantasy’s manifesto.


True Photo Journal Photography journal True showcases the unpublished personal projects of photographers. Designed by creative firm Assembly London, the site uses different layouts for each article, reflecting its lovely printed presentation.


BBH New York Digital agency DOMANI developed BBH New York’s website to feature its portfolio in a striking format. Each facet of the portfolio links to an in-depth case study that includes the cultural effect of the creative firm’s work.


Music Selfie Project Lincoln Motor Company commissioned the Music Selfie Experiment, where users can generate a music track based on their facial feature measurements, built from more than four million variations composed by music company Plan8.

webpick of the week   09.04.15

Annenberg Space for Photography Los Angeles’s Annenberg Space for Photography, part of the Annenberg Foundation, is a cultural destination for lectures and exhibitions ... Read Review


DOMANI New York–based design studio DOMANI’s site showcases its wide range of work with personality and color. A simple user interface, full-screen videos and detailed text help visitors dive into the company’s projects.