It’s not often that we celebrate truly innovative web design. Rightly or wrongly (probably wrongly) the craft and functionality of the myriad websites we traverse each day goes largely unacknowledged. But that’s not to say there aren’t some magnificent pieces of online creativity out there, it’s just nobody’s thought to bring them together, to be explored in one place. Until now that is…
Our good friends Chambers Judd have just embarked on a project that aims to showcase the very best in contemporary web design, with a particular interest in motion in interface. Hover States is a small but growing archive of what (if first impressions are anything to go by) promises to be an exceptional archive of impressive websites – for those with a penchant for unusual scrolling and unexpected navigation.
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