Responsive One Page portfolio for digital agency, 'Monsjeu' from Rotterdam. Quite a nice hover scroll effect on portfolio items - definitely been seeing this more. Also nice cheeky touch with the "do you have a moustache" checkbox in the contact form - adds some personality for sure.
One Pager for 'Lokomotive Hubi' - a FIFA Pro eSports club. The Single Page site features schedules, team profile and also live streams match days. A bit raw (Arial font and primary reds, blacks, whites) compared to the standard of sites we're featuring but I think a good reference for this industry. Also great to see a One Pager in the eSports genre. Cheers for the build notes Philipp!
Good looking landing page with a few neat infographics for Socialwhale - a tool to manage your social media.
Responsive one pager for 'Get Brewer' - a design and development partnership of brothers, Jake and Adam Brewer. Lovely touch with the gradient at the top of the page, consistent with the color scheme division between the brothers.
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Great looking responsive landing page with a lovely color scheme for 'Sprout' - a service to improve your website using Siteleaf CMS.
Minimal launching soon page for pro surfer, Kelly Slater's new lifestyle brand, 'Outerknown'. The responsive one pager features a dot navigation that helps scroll through the big mysterious imagery that give a teaser of the brand values.
Responsive one pager to promote 'Granit' - a new Gin product of a traditional Bavarian distillery. Love how to-the-point the page is with minimal clutter. A little crit would be to make the bottom links to the online shop stand out more by using the red in the scheme - or a button I guess. Good reference as well to a neat way of loading up the 'imprint' section in a hidden footer.
Launching soon page for 'Aimy' - an upcoming application that aims to track goals and dreams but also help promote the important ones. There is a very impressive infographic animation that transforms as you scroll down between sections.
FoneRescue - These type of sites are normally terrible but a surprisingly refreshing design for a phone repair service with some fun illustrations.