I’ve never realized before how simple Pinterest’s home page is (marketing site, not the dashboard).
Nice site for the Wellington City Council.
Playground Inc. has a beautiful agency website, and a well written portfolio offering a lot of insight into their work and process.
I love the storytelling through scrolling on the Designed to Move site.
Tumblr lets you pan through panoramic images.
Benito Caps looks good, love the italics.
Awesome pictograms by MAUD, made for Mixionary.
The new Mixpanel website is all purple and features this clever tagline: “Actions speak louder than page views”.
This is one of the freshest designs I’ve seen in 2013. I love how it’s just scrolling, no complex navigation paths or anything. This approach works really well for a small shop like this.
When deleting emails from Gmail’s “spam” folder the button says “Delete forever”. I love the finality of it.
The other day I was playing God of War III, and instructions for one stage were “Destroy everything.” Immediately thought of this.
The new Kippt looks awesome. I love when a fresh look at the problem — in this case bookmarking — can really define a product, or at least make the experience fresh and fun again.
Kippt has replaced my previous bookmarking tools (the last of which was Evernote) and it looks like it might replace Instapaper as well.
Absolutely loving the Tictail website.
Lovely colorful site for the city of Bruges.
Automatic has a nice home page.
Great type treatment with the photo for this Breakfast at Tiffany’s promo poster with Emilia Clark, shot by Jason Bell.