Archive for the 'Web' Category

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Toddla T

I’m a big fan of this guy, looking forward to his Glasgow gig. His website is fresh, with a heafty dash of fun, designed by Something–Somewhere. Whilst Peter and Paul have recently completed his album artwork.

WARP 20

You can now help to create the definitive WARP album. To do so, visit this website and vote for your favourite ever WARP tracks. The tracks that are voted in to the top 10 (by different artists) by visitors to the website will combine with WARP’s very own top 10 to make a historic album for release this Autumn. Also, If you leave a personal message, there is a chance that it will be printed in the album art.

adidas Y-3 Spring/Summer 2009


The glitches are taking over. As you can see, the new adidas Y-3 Spring/Summer 2009 campaign has been launched. But be warned, the website is quite heavy and will take some time to load, although worth the wait.

Wieden + Kennedy

Sermad from Wieden + Kennedy got in touch with hr to let us know that they have just launched a website for Nokia with some collaborations with some great generative artists such as Marius Watz, Univeral Everything, Marcus Wendt, MoreSoon and SHFT.

Awesome work guys and thanks for getting in touch.

Syrup

Syrup designed this new for Dior, Lady Dior, which has made up from geometric shapes.

Spin – Update

Robert Holmkvist from Spin got in touch with us to let us know about their website refresh. Great work.

Dropular

Dropular is the latest image bookmarking site to hit the internet created by the nice folks at Suprb. It’s well worth checking out and dare I say it, but so far I think I prefer it to the likes of ffffound and Digg.

You can become a follower of the Human Resources Dropular feed by clicking here.

Studio Ten And A Half

Remote Location got in touch with us to inform that they have just completed work on a website for ex-pentagram designers Studio Ten And A Half. Good work.

Family – Updates

It’s been a busy week, so much so that I’m only finding time now to catch up with all of the e-mails that we have been receiving. One such e-mail was by Daniel from Family, who got in touch with us to ask if we would pass on the message that his website has been refreshed. Check it.

Medal Counter

I’m sure everyone is sick listening about this years Olymics but I came across this interactive medal counter on the NY Times website. The size of the country changes according to the amount of medals won ina specific year. Designed by : Lee Bryson, Matthew Ericson and Amanda Cox.

Path to Abstraction

Design which explores the relationship between itself and sound.

Nice live A/V stuff from Quayola.

Via Visual Complexity

Sweet GIFs

As it says on the tin, this website is a collection of some really sweet gif’s.

Zion Graphics

The excellent Zion Graphics.