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08.23.12

Our Food. Your Questions. This easy to use frontend experience, backed by a database of open and honest content, is part of a sustained social campaign that allows McDonald’s Canada to engage in conversations about its food. www.tribaltoronto.com
www.mcdonalds.ca

08.22.12

Science Friday All science, but quirky, this redesign is built around a flexible sticky-note-like grid. What was a utilitarian site overflowing with information is now an active community where listeners can participate and access the show’s content. www.pentagram.com
www.mediapolis.com

08.21.12

Urban Decay Naked Skin Shade Finder This unique shopping experience is the online launch for Urban Decay’s Naked Skin liquid foundation. A custom shopping guide (built inside an existing commerce site) helps customers match their skin tone or swap a current product. livearealabs.com

08.20.12

The Washington Globe USA Network’s Political Animals comes to life with this site based on the weekly newspaper from the show. Engaging fans on social media and available in web and tablet formats, it gives newsroom-style depth to the storyline. campfirenyc.com
www.usanetwork.com

webpick of the week   08.17.12

Art.com Whether it’s Andy Warhol, Picasso or Banksy, art has the potential to be insightful, communicative, emotional, social and inspiring.

In conjunction ... Read Review

08.16.12

Trollbäck + Company Developed by the studio's digital creative director Stephen Baker, a decade of projects take center stage on this portfolio site built with PHP and Javascript with a WordPress backend.

08.15.12

Marc Coblen A brand showcase that clearly illustrates how a single watch can adapt to every mood and a configurator, accessible from every section of the site, that doesn't stop at product changes. www.lukkien.com

08.14.12

Full Windsor Navigating (with surprising accuracy) with a giant monkey hand is (oddly enough) the best way to experience this company's quirky branding. www.saltedherring.com

08.13.12

Let's Bossa Built in HTML5 around a Google Maps-inspired theme this production company's site features Parallax scrolling and animation that put some swagger (“bossa” is the Brazilian equivalent) in the site.

webpick of the week   08.10.12

Save The United States Part online museum, part social network and part historic preservation effort, this site offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore the SS ... Read Review

08.09.12

Greenland This site presents the unspoiled beauty of Greenland to an adventurous audience through incredible visuals/design, easy to use travel search, overlaid Google Maps and loads of custom code. kathart.dk

08.08.12

Bee-Creations Developed in HTML5, with JavaScript, JQuery, CSS3 and a backend CMS, this portfolio is clear, responsive and nicely organized. www.bee-creations.com
www.fatlady.co.il

08.07.12

Kimpton Hotels A playful non-linear approach to presenting Kimpton’s four New York properties. Location photography, engaging copy, interactive maps and playful illustration invites guests to dive in and explore. www.formletter.org
www.korndesign.com

08.06.12

Skullcandy Supreme Sound CSS canvas rotations and mouse responsive parallax add to the richness of this HTML5 scroll path journey that follows a headphone cable through Skullcandy Supreme Sound's product range. www.u-dox.com

webpick of the week   08.03.12

French Paper French Paper Company has been manufacturing paper for more than 140 years in the same community of Niles, Michigan. Its new commerce site not only offers up ... Read Review