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Beautifully designed responsive one pager for 'Mixio' - an app to create hipster-like posters from your photos. I absolutely love how the site fills a big screen with tons of breathing room creating focus on the interactive devices. The video at the end just oozes hipster and does a great job summing up the app.
25 Feb 2014
'Katemi' is an $11 HTML landing page for your app or product. It's main feature is the interactive tour which highlights parts of the page with a series of speech bubbles and smooth-scrolls through them one at a time. The responsive design does have minor bugs which you'll want to address when customizing the page, but for $11, it's a low cost base to build your landing page on.
28 Jan 2014
Text book landing page targeting a popular search term - this example Mobile Web Development. NuBlue has done a good job here demonstrating their service with crisp devices, parallax effects and a good responsive design. My only crits are the 100% width enquiry form looks awkward on a bigger monitor and that Open Sans kerning looks a touch tight.
28 Jan 2014
'Trippeo' is an innovative and powerful end-to-end travel and expense management platform. The responsive landing page features crisp screenshots of the app within a consistent scheme. Lovely touch with the airplane flight path over the intro world map.
27 Jan 2014
Love this dark grey and green color scheme in this iPhone app one pager for 'Mooncamp' - a stylish Basecamp tool to manage clients. I can't help but think the design should span 100% width especially that top dark gap. There are some beautiful infographics and moving elements that subtly animate as you scroll down. Also nice touch with the IE warning notice.
10 Jan 2014
Responsive landing page to announce the new 2014 redesign of the New York Times website. I'm not sure if I'm the biggest fan of this Enzo font but they've done a solid job of showcasing the changes with the aid of a video along with moving GIFs displaying user interaction. The responsive design works well and love how the menu slides to the relevant section while sliding back in after clicking.
10 Jan 2014
Pinterest take us on a behind-the-scenes look at how they build products at Pinterest. This is a great reference for any business building an online product together as a team and in this example they show us how they shipped their new Map/Pin/Place feature. Lovely touch with the contour background and the feature where you roll over a paragraph and the user that wrote the copy gets highlighted in the sticky header. What gets this listing in the 'Most Loved' category is the well thought out arrangement of a lot of content (that adapts perfectly down to mobile) and those x-factors I just mentioned. Stellar job Pinterest!
24 Dec 2013