Readymag Websites of the Year

⏥ Impact

1st place

1st place

1st place

War in Ukraine

by Artem Militonian

The timeline of the war unfolds in a powerful on-scroll animation on this non-commercial website about the war in Ukraine. The page features factual information supported by powerful typography, minimalistic illustrations and mournful, shocking photographs, neatly arranged over contrasting backgrounds.


War in Ukraine

by Artem Militonian

The timeline of the war unfolds in a powerful on-scroll animation on this non-commercial website about the war in Ukraine. The page features factual information supported by powerful typography, minimalistic illustrations and mournful, shocking photographs, neatly arranged over contrasting backgrounds.


War in Ukraine

by Artem Militonian

The timeline of the war unfolds in a powerful on-scroll animation on this non-commercial website about the war in Ukraine. The page features factual information supported by powerful typography, minimalistic illustrations and mournful, shocking photographs, neatly arranged over contrasting backgrounds.


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2nd place

2nd place

2nd place

Feed the 3oo

by Maxim Aksenov

Feed the 3oo project helps Ukrainian zoos survive the war: on the website you can donate the price of a ticket or any non-fixed sum to listed local zoos and help them feed their animals. The page features cute illustrations balanced between children’s sketches and fine art. To keep it simple, but emotionally impactful, Maxim and the team used shots subtly animated on-scroll and on-hover.


Feed the 3oo

by Maxim Aksenov

Feed the 3oo project helps Ukrainian zoos survive the war: on the website you can donate the price of a ticket or any non-fixed sum to listed local zoos and help them feed their animals. The page features cute illustrations balanced between children’s sketches and fine art. To keep it simple, but emotionally impactful, Maxim and the team used shots subtly animated on-scroll and on-hover.


Feed the 3oo

by Maxim Aksenov

Feed the 3oo project helps Ukrainian zoos survive the war: on the website you can donate the price of a ticket or any non-fixed sum to listed local zoos and help them feed their animals. The page features cute illustrations balanced between children’s sketches and fine art. To keep it simple, but emotionally impactful, Maxim and the team used shots subtly animated on-scroll and on-hover.


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Niotkuda

by Dmitry Shalaev

The Ниоткуда (eng. “Nowhere”) project reveals stories from long-lost film photos and videos. All materials collected in this archive were received or bought from unknown sources, found inside cameras bought at flea markets or just accidentally came into the author's possession. Dmitry used simple shapes and minimal on-hover and on-scroll animations, combining black and white elements with a sparkle of colorful images.


Niotkuda

by Dmitry Shalaev

The Ниоткуда (eng. “Nowhere”) project reveals stories from long-lost film photos and videos. All materials collected in this archive were received or bought from unknown sources, found inside cameras bought at flea markets or just accidentally came into the author's possession. Dmitry used simple shapes and minimal on-hover and on-scroll animations, combining black and white elements with a sparkle of colorful images.


Niotkuda

by Dmitry Shalaev

The Ниоткуда (eng. “Nowhere”) project reveals stories from long-lost film photos and videos. All materials collected in this archive were received or bought from unknown sources, found inside cameras bought at flea markets or just accidentally came into the author's possession. Dmitry used simple shapes and minimal on-hover and on-scroll animations, combining black and white elements with a sparkle of colorful images.


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GANNI

by POST—Design and Branding Studio

The GANNI Responsibility Report 2021 is a summary of the brand's sustainability efforts. The design team aimed to combine text-heavy content and data with interactive graphs to make content engaging. The report can boast a handful of Readymag features: draggable elements, on-scroll animated slideshows, on-hover animations, type styles and even custom code.


GANNI

by POST—Design and Branding Studio

The GANNI Responsibility Report 2021 is a summary of the brand's sustainability efforts. The design team aimed to combine text-heavy content and data with interactive graphs to make content engaging. The report can boast a handful of Readymag features: draggable elements, on-scroll animated slideshows, on-hover animations, type styles and even custom code.


GANNI

by POST—Design and Branding Studio

The GANNI Responsibility Report 2021 is a summary of the brand's sustainability efforts. The design team aimed to combine text-heavy content and data with interactive graphs to make content engaging. The report can boast a handful of Readymag features: draggable elements, on-scroll animated slideshows, on-hover animations, type styles and even custom code.


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Project Holi

by Timo Wauric

The primary goal of this website is to attract talent for the Project Holi startup and inspire first followers to join their community. In this way, the founders aim to create a digital ecosystem that allows active and socially engaged people to find inspiration and collaborate. The website explains this goal with a playful, step-by-step flow that’s easy to grasp.


Project Holi

by Timo Wauric

The primary goal of this website is to attract talent for the Project Holi startup and inspire first followers to join their community. In this way, the founders aim to create a digital ecosystem that allows active and socially engaged people to find inspiration and collaborate. The website explains this goal with a playful, step-by-step flow that’s easy to grasp.


Project Holi

by Timo Wauric

The primary goal of this website is to attract talent for the Project Holi startup and inspire first followers to join their community. In this way, the founders aim to create a digital ecosystem that allows active and socially engaged people to find inspiration and collaborate. The website explains this goal with a playful, step-by-step flow that’s easy to grasp.


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