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webpick of the week   07.06.12

With Art Philadelphia From the founding of the nation’s first art museum in 1805, the Pennsylvania Academy of Arts, to the opening of the new, relocated Barnes ... Read Review

07.05.12

Antidote Agency sites often lead with visuals of the work; this one cuts through the clutter with the words behind it. www.antidote.co.uk
alasdairmonk.com

07.04.12

ONLY because we can An interactive film that showcases this fashion brand’s SpringSummer 2012 collection. www.northkingdom.com
www.uncle.dk

07.03.12

Kobrand Wine & Spirits Proof that a site can be functionally-deep, information-rich and elegant all at once, this one boasts a massive portfolio of wines and spirits in a filterable and interactive interface. www.finedesigngrou ...

07.02.12

Target Wedding Catalog Blending bold imagery with the utility of online shopping this site makes it a snap to browse and select from Target's curated collection of products. hugeinc.com

webpick of the week   06.29.12

Weyland Industries This immersive site provides background on the fictional company from the film Prometheus. Supplementing the narrative of the Fox film, the ... Read Review

06.28.12

Saint Agnes | 150th Anniversary A celebration of the hospital’s anniversary through a single-page, scrolling interactive timeline with JavaScript-enabled animations and callouts that add depth to the experience. www.vitaminisgood.com

06.27.12

YPulse With a redesign that mirrors the shift of the Web, from information overload to visual navigation, this site brings clarity to the creativity and opinions of this youth-market research firm. www.fishbucket.com

06.26.12

Lebron James This slam-dunk social experience, where anyone can post or comment with text, images or videos is personal, transparent and integrates all of Lebron’s social media properties into a single site that rewards fans for participating. www.sapientnitro.com

06.25.12

Domani Studios This new site and identity positions Domani’s culture and creative spirit in parallel with its work and services. Leveraging the best HTML has to offer, each section takes on a slightly different form—rich with hidden details, animation and vibrant colors and patterns.

webpick of the week   06.22.12

The Freedom Collection This online component to an exhibit that will be in the George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University is an archive of ... Read Review

06.21.12

Krystalrae This HTML5, e-commerce site features bold typography, psychedelic prints and a parallax lookbook, all to showcase the company’s bold, fun, exciting knitwear. jasonmamaril.com

06.20.12

GUESS1981 Powered by HTML5 and JQuery, this interactive journey through the company’s 30-year history and a showcase for its “Time Capsule Collection” delivers a consistently compelling experience. guess.com
zther.com

06.19.12

Castor The odd, artistic furniture of this Canadian studio and the quirky inspiration behind their pieces is presented simply through a series of rollovers. taxi.ca

06.18.12

Tracking the Buffalo The Smithsonian National Museum of American History recently refreshed its popular site with a new design and improved user experience to be compatible with tablet devices and compliant with accessibility requirements. bluecadet.com