Cool Websites: January 2013
I’ll be putting up links to awesome websites which I come across this month.
Here is a creative website designed by ‘Martn Gaue’.
The website view is him looking down to check his S3. The position of S3 changes as you move your mouse around. You can click the icons on the smartphone to read more information. Ex. Clicking the twitter icon will open up his twitter handle (@attackemartin) and display his latest tweet.
Excellent showcase of all the Bond cars. Built by using skrollr.js.
This website has some really good typography and a nice parallax effect.
Here is a website designed by Google. It is a guide for app developers. You are taken on a ride across the universe, with a hotel at the end.
Here is a cool, Google maps styled website. You can drag to see around and also zoom in or out.
This website features bright, bold colors and circles to achieve a beautiful design.
A beautiful, single image design for an equally awesome iPad app.
A beautiful website made by Mercedes, to show its amazing features (it is in flash :/ but it’s awesome)
It lists several features found in Mercedes car, with an interactive demo. For example, to show that the air bags found in a Mercedes won’t burst due to a splinter in the dashboard, they’ve made this fun air bag, which pops if you push the splinter in it. Take a look at the photo above.
Do give it a try, you’ll love it.
Cremalab is a webdesign and mobile app agency (just like us). Here’s how they put it:
“We create experiences for mobile & web.”
Nice and simple.
Their website is also beautiful and makes good use of bold colors. The website is also responsive and features a handy mobile-optimized menu.
This is the website of Alex Holt.
It is an elegant design, featuring simple use of colors and beautiful fonts.
The best thing about his website is that he manages to convey a lot of information in a short space.
‘nth loop’ is a small team in Mumbai who build web and mobile applications with a high emphasis on both creative design and the technology behind the scenes.
Their website has a beautiful, single page design. The navigation is simple and sleek.
However the best part about their website is the top logo. If you observe it carefully, it magically changes color! First it’ll have a blue-purple color after a while it gradually changes into orange-yellow and keeps changing.
It only worked on Google Chrome on Mac OSX but surprisingly didn’t work on Safari 5.