This amusing 'game' puts a smile on your face for it's pure simplicity, and then tears to your eyes from the wrist cramps. Don't forget to breath properly in this gaming spoof web designs' everyday grind.... More
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A festive prerelease, this site captures some of the unshakeable office cheer one cherishes when working over the holidays. Here you'll find 12 wonderous modules developed in Flash and Shockwave with an amusing seasonal theme. Some are visual, some are interactive and most are just funny company related expressions of various events.... More
Design and the Elastic Mind explores the reciprocal relationship between science and design in the contemporary world by bringing together design objects and concepts that marry the most advanced scientific research with attentive consideration of human limitations, habits, and aspirations. The exhibition highlights designers’ ability to grasp momentous changes in technology, science, and history—changes that demand or reflect major adjustments in human behavior—and translate them into objects that people can actually understand and use. This Web site presents over three hundred of these works, including fifty projects that are not featured in the gallery exhibition. Originally launched in February of 2008.... More
Had you never been to Egypt proper and you plan to, but haven't had the chance yet... or even if you were turned away at the border (we were!) and you can only get your fix by seeing the Giza pyramids on TV, then this one page wonder of a web site will virtually whisk you away to the big pyramids of Egypt in ancient Egyptian style. Everything you wanted to see in one trip is presented in nicely made QTVR panoramas and photos, framed by hieroglyphics, and it even comes complete with tourists! Only covering one area at this time, Digital Egypt is a great themed design and amateur visual resource for taking a peek at Giza, Egypt.... More
Not much of an actual 'web' design, but rather a series of digital flat screens. Dodge, Issue #1, is a print-like collaboration of several young and upencoming digital artists who created a two-tone series of flat pixel designs that are fun, and just nice to examine. At the end, you'll also find links to all the contributing artists' sites, which is useful in and of itself.... More
After all these years, still pumping out the bits and pushing the pixels, EbOY continues to be the ultimate pixel illustrators paradise. More isometric angles and bizarre pixel illustrations than you can shake a magic wand at, EbOY truly is the king of all pixel designers. And this is the palace of all of their art... from the eCity Pixorama to the pixel portraits, this is an online cornucopia of digital goodness. 'Nuff said.... More
A sweet pixelated holiday treat; find the Easter eggs in an randomly generated landscape. Each egg contains a hidden treasure, from mini Flash movies, to egg recipes, short bunny movies, and even an egg font... obviously, the crew behind this is following a strict theme. There's also some fancy customizable options going on behind the beautiful scenery.... More
Fun is the name of the game for the funky Flugtag competition, and this site embodies the flavor of the competition through it's functional and slightly futuristic design. We featured another Flugtag site a couple months ago (from San Francisco), and this is the following feature flying in from Ireland. Apparently the organizers have a fancy for fine web design firms.... More
A Swedish-based online typography and design review, HEL13's 13 issues have evolved over time and feature semi-interactive interviews with the top type designers. HEL13 displays new designs and tricky additions in each issue so exploring each archive will often bring a nice surprise amidst a tasty range of graphics. They often redesign the entire look and feel of the magazine when appropriate, so explore and discover. HEL13 stopped producing new issues at #13, and the site is no longer in service.... More
House Industries joins forces with 60's textile design icon Alexander Girard to present a new line of playful fonts and objects. In this age of greening and Woodstock anniversaries, Girard's joyful objects and shapes with their roots in the 60's and folk art are now becoming ubiquitously apparent in a contemporary context. Check out this sun-drenched online exhibit of new items, and jump on this hay ride of design fun.... More
Eating out is never so much fun as when you travel and dine, exploring new locations and sea-side destinations. So, whether you are near to this Boston locale, or dropping in from points West, you get the feel here of a fast, and easy, "on-to-go" sort of location. Fundamental to this experience is the idea is that they bring the restaurant to the farmer. Neat concept. Neat execution. Great experience.... More