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PXLM
Feb 24, 2005
PXLM Pixel Pleasure boasts a Cartoon Style interface. The author claims he loves pixels, which is why he made a full pixel done website.
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Resn
Feb 24, 2005
From the self-proclaimed makers of web sushi, it's RESN, an online portfolio for a web design firm specializing in Flash MX and motion graphics effects.
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Jpggrupo
Feb 23, 2005
This attractive 3D-Style site looks like a popular family board game, where you throw the dice. But in fact, this is no more than an original way of presenting an online web design portfolio. Like any board game interface, this one has a previously mapped and drawn surface with pieces that move. Flash technology, no less, is instrumental animating the figures who stroll round the board at your behest. Conservative yet commercially adept, the author of this site has created a winning design and we at WDL salute him.
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I4design
Feb 22, 2005
A great stylish site, built well with taste. The fonts are somewhat little, but you can read them easily. This resource is a good example of a corporate-style flash site.
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Music Band
Feb 21, 2005
This template, made for music band, is developed in Urban Style. Raisin of this project is its original navigation - it looks like youre located in the elevator and it takes you to different floors, depending on what menu item youre choosing.
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Das-creative-auge
Feb 21, 2005
We give this site an A+ for originality and a B for its less than perfect implementation of a Geometric style interface. Kudos to webpage author Alexander Senf.
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Chill
Feb 21, 2005
Lean back and listen to the groovy beats of DJ Noise! Or take a more active role and create your own tune. Watch the demo and all will be clear. It's not the FINAL SCRATCH, but nice.
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Lana Landis
Feb 18, 2005
Lana Landis bids you enter her website through a Retro style interface featuring a child's View-Master toy. Using the toy like a Victorian stereoscope you can see her sultry pinups.
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NANO studio
Feb 18, 2005
Whether you refer to this sci-fi 3D interface as one consisting of electromagnetic radiation of a single wavelength or as one based on a monochromatic color scheme, you'll love this template created from a variety of blue hues.
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Mobilia
Feb 17, 2005
Mobilia is an e-commerce site specializing in furniture. Its Clean Style interface makes your shopping experience not only possible, but pleasant. Blunt and to the point: mahogany, oak, maple, walnut, etc.
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Rainerbehrens
Feb 17, 2005
It's a Minimalist style interface for Rainer Behrens, whose client list includes Sports Illustrated and Vogue. This artist's online portfolio has many outstanding black and whites photographs.
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Greg Martin
Feb 16, 2005
Choose your destination; you are, after all, in control. And Greg Martin, yet another Seattle, Washington wiz kid, gives you two online portfolios with a charming clean style interface.
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247 Media
Feb 16, 2005
"Don't give up listening to the voices in your head, they might stop talking!" 247 Media Studios has great advice and a wealth of opportunities for people to PIMP out its ideas. Strange dichotomy.
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XBox
Feb 15, 2005
Not in vain, X-Box is one of the best and most popular game consoles - its home site is also one of the coolest in its own way.
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Ford
Feb 15, 2005
Revision of this site gives nothing but a great pleasure – cars, cars and cars again. A good example of a corporate site, severe style, grey tones. Site is built using Flash technology.
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Road Runner
Feb 14, 2005
Road Runner is a great portal website. But what stands it out is its well thought-out structure and an attractive and colorful design with some nice flash effects.
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Madeinmtl
Feb 11, 2005
MadeinMTL, a rich media applications website featuring a Flash enhanced preloader, captures the spirit of Montreal, Canada street by street. Check the attractive Urban style interface.
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Mendelsonarts
Feb 11, 2005
Minimalist style interface with an original twist - pages open each in its own window, but can be dragged and dropped, and chosen the same as in Windows.
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Cloud King
Feb 10, 2005
Not a bad little CSS site, scoring high in usability and content. Site markup is XHTML1, CSS1, and underlying HTML, which enables old browsers to easily access the site.
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SXSW
Feb 10, 2005
This is what a portal should be: light, usable, stylish, to-the-point and with graphics elements which ornament otherwise boring text. Done with CSS for South by Southwest, Inc.
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