Here’s another innovative HTML5 website and UX from Google. A handy guide for mobile app design, this is a nicely designed, fun site written entirely in HTML5. This site is interesting from a navigation perspective as it offers three methods of traversing the “app galaxy”: clicking the buttons, scrolling up on the vertical scrollbar, or….
The folks at Method Design Lab designed their site with a unique feature – the innovation feed. Being the site for a “design-centric, user experience driven” accelerator, their own innovation is reflected in this dynamic presentation of innovation news from around the web. Posts drop in from the top of the page as strong graphic….
Handling complex, multi-faceted topics, such as humanitarian assistance, in a clear and concise way is always a healthy challenge for UX designers, and designers Hype & Slippers have done a great job on the website for Global Humanitarian Assistance. Built in WordPress, the home page organises the large amount of information available on the site….
Google created the Google Plus Demo site to create buzz for the new Google Plus project, and to introduce new users to the features of the project. It’s informative and well-designed in a very Google way, but what is most interesting about it is the way it utilises their own Google Maps API to create….
Using an unconventional site structure – like having everything on a single page can be a good way to get visitors interested in your site. If you’re making a brand website which won’t have a lot of content then this is worth a look. Curious Generation is such a one-page website, with menu buttons scrolling….