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Design Focus: Experiments & Visualizations

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

Friday Focus 07/15/11: About Me Infographics

This week on Friday Focus, we’re looking at lovely visualizations embedded in designers’ portfolios. Infographics as standalone articles are the darling of the crowd these days, but using them to describe onself is another great use for them.

Friday Focus 10/22/10: Beautiful Data

Pie charts and graphs have never looked sexier with their integration into these websites. It’s beautiful data visualizations on this week’s Friday Focus.

Friday Focus 04/09/10: User-Generated Galleries

This week on Friday Focus: designs that prominently feature user-submitted content, particularly images. How do you prevent monotony and preserve quality on these sites? Let’s find out.

Friday Focus 07/24/09: For the Birds

This week’s Friday Focus features designs with pretty little birds in them. (No, this isn’t another collection of Twitter-related sites—only two of them are.)

Friday Focus 05/16/08: Calm and Clear

I don’t know if I am a fan of minimalism because I picked out these websites. But I like to appreciate designs that stand out not because they’re loud and proud, but because they’re calm and clear. Silent waters run deep, they say. I like to think restraint is more powerful than the lack of it, especially in design.