We’ve been doing some research into web design from back in the day, you know… like how we used to do in 1999.
Anyway, I stumbled across a few ‘superior’ examples that seemed a shame not to share.
First up there’s the inspiration for the title of this blog post, Superior Web Solutions. If you think the screengrab below is impressive, wait until you click through to the full experience. And don’t forget to plug in your headphones. Unmissable.
Next, we’ve got one that’s close to my heart. Rick’s Web World was built by my friend back in 2000. I don’t think he knew it at the time, but he’s actually a pioneer in the art of Responsive Web Development.
OK, now for a true legend – Cory Archangel. As a digital artist Cory explores technology’s perpetual tension with obsolescence, and his Internet Portfolio Website and Portal is a great example of this.
Lastly, we have Yale University School of Art. Whereas Cory’s site is designed with a healthy dollop of irony, I can’t help think this one is just severely misguided. Have a good look around, some of the background images are a treat. I especially like the animated one on the Calendars page.
That’s it for now, but there’s definitely some more on file for a future post. Send us a link, or tweet, to any of your favourites too.