First on the list is Delete, a London Digital Agency. Admittedly I found myself hovering over the logo for a good few minutes, it’s incredibly satisfying. It’s simple and incredibly user friendly, just keep scrolling down on the about section and watch the X’s move…
Next comes Squaredot, a digital marketing website. Just look at how beautiful the colours are and how seamlessly they change as soon as you arrive at the page, and the geometric lines work a treat. Scroll down and you’ll see the beautiful graphics on the left hand side of the page and how each page has a different colour theme!
Now this is one most of you will have seen before, the famous MIT Technology Review. Helvetica at it’s finest and a simple colour scheme showing that a website doesn’t have to sing and dance to be aesthetically pleasing, combining tech and incredible design.
A website that truly tells the story of its product and brand, Campos Coffee. Although the website uses a variety of media outlets to showcase their mission and purpose, what really struck a chord with me was using the power of video to show what the company really is striving to achieve.
Sometimes a portfolio can be more powerful and personal than a company website, as shown by Jonathan Da Costa. Jonathan believes in connecting design, technology and digital storytelling to “deliver thoughtful and challenging concepts through a process of research and development”. His site shows how powerful a greyscale theme can be, and showcases his work beautifully. You can follow him onTwitter.
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