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Responsive launching soon page for 'Craftsman Ave' - an upcoming platform to improve your craft. The online education sector is really starting to boom and it's great to see the different angles of these new startups. Great choice of the blackboard texture to keep consistent with the topic. This looks promising for sure, good job on the launching soon page.
11 Mar 2014
One pager with content that slides in as you scroll down for an upcoming music festival held in Paris. I like the touches of yellow in the scheme but feel the text is a bit cramped and inconsistent eg. the Twitter Feed section is lovely and spacious compared to stage times.
20 Feb 2014
Unique horizontal scrolling one pager for digital agency 'Why Interactive' from Hong Kong. I feel the keyboard browsing gets a bit lost in the portfolio section but the site fills a big monitor quite well and lovely touch with the animated handwriting signatures in the team member section.
18 Feb 2014
AJAX loading landing page for the new Citroën DS5 model. I want to put this submission in the 'Most Loved' category but I'm really unsure. The imagery is world-class, as are the video background main navigation items (on hover) and I love the load transitions within the sections but can't help but think that due to such heavy media the preloader takes such long time and really affects the user experience. The site oozes quality though and I'm sure this was the main goal.
03 Feb 2014
Dark textured one pager for digital agency 'The Smiling Hippo' from Greece. The load transitions are a touch sticky but the site definitely has it's merits. I quite like the intro slideshow slide transitions and also the preview switcher between certain projects eg. Monster Energy Website/Mobile switcher.
16 Jan 2014
Responsive one pager in a dark grey and red color scheme for a DVD set aimed to help fight anxiety issues. The long site features some neat illustrations and does a great job at arranging a lot of content + videos all the way down to small screens. I can imagine this kind of client/product/subject is tough to pull off with design but I think the Forefathers Group have done a good job here.
05 Jan 2014