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Design Focus: Sites & Sounds

Come for the sounds, stay for beautifully crafted websites you’ll enjoy them in.

Design Focus: Scroll Activated

Have a nice joyride with these energetic sites that are triggered by the page scroll.

Design Focus: In Depth

The sites featured this week also play with perspective & depth, prominently distinguishing between foreground & background, particularly when one moves the mouse.

Design Focus: Tilt Your Head

Gone are the days where websites have to be vertical…or even upright. These websites have changed the design game by challenging you to look at them from a different perspective, literally. Get ready to tilt your head!

Design Focus: What Words Wear

It’s always nice to welcome back this familiar graphic treatment, executed in fresh new ways. Check out how these websites use masked text in their designs.

Design Focus: Bordered Bento

Besides the “ghost buttons” trend, we’re also seeing a lot of bordered boxes as design elements lately, which gives a classic retro feel in displaying and laying out information on websites.

Design Focus: The Music of 2014

Say goodbye to 2014 on a musical note: here are some beautifully crafted pages about artists, songs, albums, and lyrics that made their mark this year.

Design Focus: Christmas ‘Round the Corner

Wishing you the happiest of holidays with these beautiful, useful, and fun Christmas-themed treats!

Design Focus: Experiments & Visualizations

Check out these websites featuring code turned into fun, beautiful explorations—making for the ultimate interactive treats.

Design Focus: Light & Shadow

Mesmerizing interactions of light and shadow are on display for this week’s feature.

Design Focus: Minty Fresh

The shades of green in this week’s feature are bright, peppy, and almost too harsh on the eyes, but it seems to be all the rage these days. How does it come into play with these designs? Let’s find out:

Design Focus: By Hand

These websites feature prominent use of the human hand in their designs, and it’s an interesting study in paying tribute to what we really create with, while using it to convey information.