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webpick of the week   04.10.15

Harvard Business Review The esteemed business publication the Harvard Business Review upgraded its online presence to suit the needs of its ambitious audience. To ... Read Review


King Estate Oregon’s King Estate is a major wine brand famed for pinot gris. Its image-driven site, with a unique design grid that renders responsively across devices, imparts place and story, and invites seamless exploration of its wines.


Speedo This is Speedo’s tribute to water and the people who are passionate about it. In this campaign, Hello Design directed seventeen short films in an immersive digital experience, celebrating people who are “fueled by water.”


Mélanie F This online look book reveals the uniqueness of Mélanie F slippers. Quirky, floating shapes complement the offbeat designs of the fashion on display, and scroll-based animations add an element of fun.


Taostudio Taostudio is the online portfolio of Italian designer Michela Chiucini. It combines art-directed work pages with an understated design to emphasize the uniqueness of every project and enhance the user experience on all devices.

webpick of the week   04.03.15

Audubon Early American John James Audubon set the standard for bird lovers when he published and painted The Birds of America, which carefully identified ... Read Review


CP+B CP+B is a global integrated advertising agency with the mission to create the most written-about, talked-about and outrageously effective work. Its site was redesigned to reflect this mission.


Vela Vela, an online magazine of nonfiction writing by women, launched a new site with a modern, clean aesthetic that befits the long-form reading experience and tells the story of Vela’s quest to close the byline gender gap.


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.

webpick of the week   03.27.15

Bloomberg Mirroring the visual chutzpah found in the pages of Bloomberg Businessweek, the newly redesigned takes ... Read Review


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.