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02.18.14

Scott Biersack This single-page portfolio site for letterer, designer and illustrator Scott Biersack is easy to read and access on any device. The design features an Ajax portfolio, HTML5, CSS3 markup and a built-in Twitter feed. scottbiersack.com
rodrigob.com

02.17.14

Level Life LEVEL Life’s philosophy is that to control diabetes, you have to change, but you don’t have to sacrifice. Ad agency LRXD helped LEVEL Life craft a nutritional plan for diabetics and a new site that offers the program and foods. lrxd.com

webpick of the week   02.14.14

100 Years of Design AIGA, the American Institute of Graphic Arts, is celebrating its centennial year in 2014. 100 Years of ... Read Review

02.13.14

Land O’ Lakes Farm Families This Land O’ Lakes microsite introduces the cooperative of farm families who produce milk for the company. Images, video and audio content powerfully communicate the pride and care they take in their work. collemcvoy.com
landolakes.com

02.12.14

Rooster New York Rooster, a hybrid production company and creative agency, redesigned its site to embrace the moving image while showing all the different content it creates. A user-friendly interface gives quick access to what counts—the work. roosternewyork.com
moonboots.co

02.11.14

Menicon “To See” Mori and Stinkdigital were asked to use 360° filmmaking in a way that had never been done online before in this interactive film for Menicon contact lenses. Instead, they made a custom camera rig and shot 720°, up in the air. mori-inc.jp
stinkdigital.com

02.10.14

Huge Huge stands for simplicity in design: “Less, but better.” To kick off 2014, the agency applied this principle to the evolution of its own brand with a refined design system, a new logo and a reengineered site. hugeinc.com

webpick of the week   02.07.14

The Refugee Project The Refugee Project is an interactive map that tells the story of global outbound refugee movements between 1975 and 2012. The vast scale of such ... Read Review

02.06.14

Children’s Medical Center of Dallas This microsite by QMobius is a key part of a year-long celebration of Children’s Medical Center of Dallas’s centennial anniversary. An interactive timeline on the homepage lets users explore historical milestones by decade. qmobius.com
bronsonma.com

02.05.14

Big Spaceship Big Spaceship’s new site is fully responsive and highlights the agency’s creative work. The desire for simplicity informed every decision, from the bold use of full-bleed images to the elegant typography in the case studies. bigspaceship.com

02.04.14

Geox To test their line of waterproof shoes, Geox made one man endure seven days of nonstop rain. This site chronicles his story. See how well both the shoes and the tester hold up during a week under an omnipresent cloud. smfb.com
mediamonks.com

02.03.14

Billy Sweeney This minimal, fully responsive portfolio site houses the work of New York-based designer Billy Sweeney. At the top of the site, a stylized eye follows the movement of your mouse, encouraging curiosity and discovery. billysweeney.com
kennethcachia.com

webpick of the week   01.31.14

The Moholy-Nagy Foundation Hungarian artist László Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) defies categorization, having produced influential work in photography, film, typography, ... Read Review

01.30.14

Space Needle Seattle’s Space Needle was built in 1962, a symbol of exploration in the age of space mania. At 605 feet tall, it begs you to look up. So Creature made a site that scrolls up, exploring the Space Needle and the city around it. welcometocreature.com
weareroyale.com

01.29.14

Goldee Since the invention of the light bulb, the way we interact with light hasn't changed much. Now, Goldee “smart lighting” makes our lights interact with us—adjusting to how we live, when we sleep and when we wake up. getgoldee.com