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Mads Burcharth

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Mads' recently redesigned portfolio wonderfully shows off the quality of his work.

Dataveyes

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Dataveyes is an agile French agency specializing in "Human-Data interactions". I came across their site as I was doing research for Orbit — a service we recently launched at Bakken & Bæck. It's interesting to see how data interactions are slowly melding function with art. These visualizations are quite beautiful.

Dataveyes

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Dataveyes is an agile French agency specializing in "Human-Data interactions". I came across their site as I was doing research for Orbit — a service we recently launched at Bakken & Bæck. It's interesting to see how data interactions are slowly melding function with art. These visualizations are quite beautiful.

Jam3

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Jam3 is a Canadian digital agency specializing in advertising and entertainment. My favorite part of their site is how they've put together their case studies.

Jam3

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Jam3 is a Canadian digital agency specializing in advertising and entertainment. My favorite part of their site is how they've put together their case studies.

Time

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

The recent redesign of Time.com is a modern text before photos approach to news design. The articles get the attention they deserve. The structure is highly influenced by sites like Quartz or The Next Web, as the articles are easily sortable by popular or latest. Automatic transition to the next story is another concept it successfully borrows from Quartz.

Time

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

The recent redesign of Time.com is a modern text before photos approach to news design. The articles get the attention they deserve. The structure is highly influenced by sites like Quartz or The Next Web, as the articles are easily sortable by popular or latest. Automatic transition to the next story is another concept it successfully borrows from Quartz.

Code and Theory

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

In case you've been living under a rock, I'd like to point out that Code and Theory is one of the hottest agencies to follow these days. Make sure to check out their diverse and highly impressive portfolio. My favorite parts of the site are 1) the animated story of why they do what they do, and 2) the wonderful case studies. Top quality all around.

Brandon Walkin

Posted by Styleboost - 1 year ago

Beautifully bold and simple. But it's not like there's a lot of designers with as many impressive projects on their conscience as Brandon has.

Stripe Checkout

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Presenting how a payment service works doesn't get any more elegant than this. To the point, easy to understand and simply beautiful.

Time

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

The recent redesign of Time.com is a modern text before photos approach to news design. The articles get the attention they deserve. The structure is highly influenced by sites like Quartz or The Next Web, as the articles are easily sortable by popular or latest. Automatic transition to the next story is another concept it successfully borrows from Quartz.

Bakken & Bæck

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

It's been a while since Styleboost was last updated. But last year we started working on a redesign and relaunch of Styleboost. It's coming along nicely, but we're not ready to launch just yet. In the mean time, here's a shameless plug to our recently redesigned site. Make sure to post something in our guestbook!

CloudApp

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Teaser sites for mobile and desktop apps come by the dozen these days. Still, very few of these sites manage to capture both the app's functionality, as well as the ease of use, as elegantly as CloudApp does. How anyone could possibly visit this site and not want to install CloudApp is beyond me.

Stripe Checkout

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Presenting how a payment service works doesn't get any more elegant than this. To the point, easy to understand and simply beautiful.

Stripe Checkout

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Presenting how a payment service works doesn't get any more elegant than this. To the point, easy to understand and simply beautiful.

Bakken & Bæck

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

It's been a while since Styleboost was last updated. But last year we started working on a redesign and relaunch of Styleboost. It's coming along nicely, but we're not ready to launch just yet. In the mean time, here's a shameless plug to our recently redesigned site. Make sure to post something in our guestbook!

Bakken & Bæck

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

It's been a while since Styleboost was last updated. But last year we started working on a redesign and relaunch of Styleboost. It's coming along nicely, but we're not ready to launch just yet. In the mean time, here's a shameless plug to our recently redesigned site. Make sure to post something in our guestbook!

CloudApp

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Teaser sites for mobile and desktop apps come by the dozen these days. Still, very few of these sites manage to capture both the app's functionality, as well as the ease of use, as elegantly as CloudApp does. How anyone could possibly visit this site and not want to install CloudApp is beyond me.

Time

Posted by Styleboost - 1 year ago

The recent redesign of Time.com is a modern text before photos approach to news design. The articles get the attention they deserve. The structure is highly influenced by sites like Quartz or The Next Web, as the articles are easily sortable by popular or latest. Automatic transition to the next story is another concept it successfully borrows from Quartz.

Dataveyes

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Dataveyes is an agile French agency specializing in "Human-Data interactions". I came across their site as I was doing research for Orbit — a service we recently launched at Bakken & Bæck. It's interesting to see how data interactions are slowly melding function with art. These visualizations are quite beautiful.

CloudApp

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Teaser sites for mobile and desktop apps come by the dozen these days. Still, very few of these sites manage to capture both the app's functionality, as well as the ease of use, as elegantly as CloudApp does. How anyone could possibly visit this site and not want to install CloudApp is beyond me.

Brandon Walkin

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Beautifully bold and simple. But it's not like there's a lot of designers with as many impressive projects on their conscience as Brandon has.

Mads Burcharth

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Mads' recently redesigned portfolio wonderfully shows off the quality of his work.

Bakken & Bæck

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

It's been a while since Styleboost was last updated. But last year we started working on a redesign and relaunch of Styleboost. It's coming along nicely, but we're not ready to launch just yet. In the mean time, here's a shameless plug to our recently redesigned site. Make sure to post something in our guestbook!

Dataveyes

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Dataveyes is an agile French agency specializing in "Human-Data interactions". I came across their site as I was doing research for Orbit — a service we recently launched at Bakken & Bæck. It's interesting to see how data interactions are slowly melding function with art. These visualizations are quite beautiful.

Brandon Walkin

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Beautifully bold and simple. But it's not like there's a lot of designers with as many impressive projects on their conscience as Brandon has.

Mads Burcharth

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Mads' recently redesigned portfolio wonderfully shows off the quality of his work.

Jam3

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Jam3 is a Canadian digital agency specializing in advertising and entertainment. My favorite part of their site is how they've put together their case studies.

Bakken & Bæck

Posted by Styleboost - 2 years ago

It's been a while since Styleboost was last updated. But last year we started working on a redesign and relaunch of Styleboost. It's coming along nicely, but we're not ready to launch just yet. In the mean time, here's a shameless plug to our recently redesigned site. Make sure to post something in our guestbook!

Framer

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Framer is the new toolkit for the cool kids looking to turn static mockups into prototypes with animation & interaction. The toolkit itself is certainly worth a mention. But in addition to this, the site itself is a wonderful example of how to make developer documentation accessible and attractive.

Jam3

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Jam3 is a Canadian digital agency specializing in advertising and entertainment. My favorite part of their site is how they've put together their case studies.

Code and Theory

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

In case you've been living under a rock, I'd like to point out that Code and Theory is one of the hottest agencies to follow these days. Make sure to check out their diverse and highly impressive portfolio. My favorite parts of the site are 1) the animated story of why they do what they do, and 2) the wonderful case studies. Top quality all around.

Time

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

The recent redesign of Time.com is a modern text before photos approach to news design. The articles get the attention they deserve. The structure is highly influenced by sites like Quartz or The Next Web, as the articles are easily sortable by popular or latest. Automatic transition to the next story is another concept it successfully borrows from Quartz.

Brandon Walkin

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Beautifully bold and simple. But it's not like there's a lot of designers with as many impressive projects on their conscience as Brandon has.

CloudApp

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Teaser sites for mobile and desktop apps come by the dozen these days. Still, very few of these sites manage to capture both the app's functionality, as well as the ease of use, as elegantly as CloudApp does. How anyone could possibly visit this site and not want to install CloudApp is beyond me.

Code and Theory

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

In case you've been living under a rock, I'd like to point out that Code and Theory is one of the hottest agencies to follow these days. Make sure to check out their diverse and highly impressive portfolio. My favorite parts of the site are 1) the animated story of why they do what they do, and 2) the wonderful case studies. Top quality all around.

Stripe Checkout

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Presenting how a payment service works doesn't get any more elegant than this. To the point, easy to understand and simply beautiful.

Brandon Walkin

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Beautifully bold and simple. But it's not like there's a lot of designers with as many impressive projects on their conscience as Brandon has.

Code and Theory

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

In case you've been living under a rock, I'd like to point out that Code and Theory is one of the hottest agencies to follow these days. Make sure to check out their diverse and highly impressive portfolio. My favorite parts of the site are 1) the animated story of why they do what they do, and 2) the wonderful case studies. Top quality all around.

CloudApp

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Teaser sites for mobile and desktop apps come by the dozen these days. Still, very few of these sites manage to capture both the app's functionality, as well as the ease of use, as elegantly as CloudApp does. How anyone could possibly visit this site and not want to install CloudApp is beyond me.

Stripe Checkout

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Presenting how a payment service works doesn't get any more elegant than this. To the point, easy to understand and simply beautiful.

Framer

Posted by Styleboost - 3 months ago

Framer is the new toolkit for the cool kids looking to turn static mockups into prototypes with animation & interaction. The toolkit itself is certainly worth a mention. But in addition to this, the site itself is a wonderful example of how to make developer documentation accessible and attractive.

Framer

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

Framer is the new toolkit for the cool kids looking to turn static mockups into prototypes with animation & interaction. The toolkit itself is certainly worth a mention. But in addition to this, the site itself is a wonderful example of how to make developer documentation accessible and attractive.

Code and Theory

Posted by Styleboost - 6 months ago

In case you've been living under a rock, I'd like to point out that Code and Theory is one of the hottest agencies to follow these days. Make sure to check out their diverse and highly impressive portfolio. My favorite parts of the site are 1) the animated story of why they do what they do, and 2) the wonderful case studies. Top quality all around.

Mads Burcharth

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Mads' recently redesigned portfolio wonderfully shows off the quality of his work.

Framer

Posted by Styleboost - 9 months ago

Framer is the new toolkit for the cool kids looking to turn static mockups into prototypes with animation & interaction. The toolkit itself is certainly worth a mention. But in addition to this, the site itself is a wonderful example of how to make developer documentation accessible and attractive.

Dataveyes

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Dataveyes is an agile French agency specializing in "Human-Data interactions". I came across their site as I was doing research for Orbit — a service we recently launched at Bakken & Bæck. It's interesting to see how data interactions are slowly melding function with art. These visualizations are quite beautiful.

Framer

Posted by Styleboost - 12 months ago

Framer is the new toolkit for the cool kids looking to turn static mockups into prototypes with animation & interaction. The toolkit itself is certainly worth a mention. But in addition to this, the site itself is a wonderful example of how to make developer documentation accessible and attractive.

Jam3

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Jam3 is a Canadian digital agency specializing in advertising and entertainment. My favorite part of their site is how they've put together their case studies.

Mads Burcharth

Posted by Styleboost - 3 years ago

Mads' recently redesigned portfolio wonderfully shows off the quality of his work.