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Jacob Grubbe has added a real fun element into his website design. This extremely minimal landing page offers you to start typing… When you do, no matter what you type, you get the following: ‘Hello there, I’m Jacob Grubbe. I’m working as the creative director of Stinkdigital in Berlin doing all sorts of virtual stuff.’
Here is a seriously minimal home page design. Most of the elements on this page do something – the letters are the navigation menu and show the categories on mouseover. The solid black square shows some video clips when you hover the mouse over it. The only element that does nothing is the circle.
Using a purple background that makes their yellow logo really stand out, this site has an animation going on on their home page. Starting with a see-saw illustration that evolves into a circle with white text that explodes and finishes with their yellow logo.
A real fun site – put an existing Twitter name in the box – it doesn’t have to be yours and you don’t have to be logged in to Twitter. On the next screen you are asked to select the type of poem you want from a Sonnet, Rondel or Indriso, then a poem is created from the Tweets on that account, which you can choose to share on Twitter if you so wish.
This is really extreme minimalism. This app will tell you when a flight is due to arrive. You enter the airline, then you are asked for the flight number – if that flight number is relevant to more than one flight you will be offered the days of the flight to choose from, then finally you are shown the departure and arrival times – or when your ‘huggable’ time is! This is great if you are waiting at an airport for a delayed flight – as long as the airline actually has some idea of arrival time, you can get the info.
This site uses a changing red background that, to be perfectly honest, is a bit harsh on the eyes. The white center circle shows some music-related quotes, such as: ‘Where words fail, music speaks’ (Hans Christian Andersen) and ‘After silence, that which comes closest to expressing the inexpressible is music’ (Aldous Huxley). The white dots on the left of the screen are the navigation menu and hovering the mouse over them brings up the category title.
A solid yellow background with a bobbing G in the center and some links around the page are all that can be found on this landing page. If you hover the mouse over the ‘Menu’ or ‘Blog’ links, the white transparency expands to cover all of the text.