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The screenshot really doesn't do justice to this one page portfolio for UK based front-end dev Cosmina Busaga. Once you go a project deep you'll see there are some very clever and unique interactive elements used to showcase her work. I particularly like the redesign slider.
27 Feb 2014
The 'Pushpa Project' is a movement to raise awareness to the issue of female infanticide (deliberate killing of newborn female children or the termination of a female fetus through selective abortion) and female foeticide happening in India, phenomena also collectively known as gendercide. The one page campaign offers an EP to download in exchange for any controbution. Nice touch with the donate function in the fixed left navigation. The responsive adaption text is too small on mobile and the color links in the about section should really link to the definitions but a good cause worth promoting - good luck!
28 Jan 2014
Unique take on an annual report by Warby Parker for their 2013 year. Users can browse the annual report like a calendar, or hit the randomizer button to land on a surprise day. Nice touch with the zoom effect and also on first visit the site showcases what happened exactly a year ago on that date. The keyboard browsing is useful too, I can imagine any fan of the brand could get lost for hours in this one pager. They've done a great job arranging a ton of content, especially utilizing the 'depth' feature well to give a zoomed-out overview on a busy year.
10 Jan 2014
Jack Daniels have launched an awesome Christmas themed one pager packed with recipes, videos, contests and more. The most impressive part is the sense of depth (especially in the snowfall) with a zoom effect as they take you around their brewery. Very impressive!
25 Dec 2013
This one pager for Garland Jack's BBQ sauce is just bursting with flavour. Fun illustrations, awesome parallax scrolling moving elements and a few hidden gems makes this saucy site our newest 'Most Loved' serving. (Recent submitters may have noticed we have slightly changed the submission rules allowing sites that link to terms or privacy pages.)
24 Jun 2013