Readymag Websites of the Year

△ Innovation

1st place

1st place

1st place

Volyn tractor

by Andriy Smolyar

Andriy Smolyar designed this website for a client that sells parts for tractors online. He opted for a simple, user-friendly landing page with an unusual visual style and tone of voice for the industry. Video embeds, funny emojis and a bit of on-hover animation made it even more appealing. Andriy also added a panel with reviews and a contact form to effectively attract new customers.


Volyn tractor

by Andriy Smolyar

Andriy Smolyar designed this website for a client that sells parts for tractors online. He opted for a simple, user-friendly landing page with an unusual visual style and tone of voice for the industry. Video embeds, funny emojis and a bit of on-hover animation made it even more appealing. Andriy also added a panel with reviews and a contact form to effectively attract new customers.


Volyn tractor

by Andriy Smolyar

Andriy Smolyar designed this website for a client that sells parts for tractors online. He opted for a simple, user-friendly landing page with an unusual visual style and tone of voice for the industry. Video embeds, funny emojis and a bit of on-hover animation made it even more appealing. Andriy also added a panel with reviews and a contact form to effectively attract new customers.


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2nd place

2nd place

2nd place

On the non-objective nature of time

by Artem Matyushkin, Liza Tyutyaeva, Vanya Koltsov, Roma Belyakov

Non-Objective is a visual research project dedicated to the nature of time. The digital installation consists of dozens of animated clocks, each showing time in a unique manner. The creative team used the freedom of Readymag’s blank canvas and added cyclic animations to express the illusory flight of time.


On the non-objective nature of time

by Artem Matyushkin, Liza Tyutyaeva, Vanya Koltsov, Roma Belyakov

Non-Objective is a visual research project dedicated to the nature of time. The digital installation consists of dozens of animated clocks, each showing time in a unique manner. The creative team used the freedom of Readymag’s blank canvas and added cyclic animations to express the illusory flight of time.


On the non-objective nature of time

by Artem Matyushkin, Liza Tyutyaeva, Vanya Koltsov, Roma Belyakov

Non-Objective is a visual research project dedicated to the nature of time. The digital installation consists of dozens of animated clocks, each showing time in a unique manner. The creative team used the freedom of Readymag’s blank canvas and added cyclic animations to express the illusory flight of time.


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Museum of Online Artifacts

by Anton Repponen

The Museum of Online Artifacts resembles an online gallery, which showcases digital experiments that stand out from traditional design categories. Here, animations are a critical part of objects, completing them or adding an extra dimension. Anton masterfully guides the visitor through the white-walled gallery with the help of on-scroll and on-hover animations.


Museum of Online Artifacts

by Anton Repponen

The Museum of Online Artifacts resembles an online gallery, which showcases digital experiments that stand out from traditional design categories. Here, animations are a critical part of objects, completing them or adding an extra dimension. Anton masterfully guides the visitor through the white-walled gallery with the help of on-scroll and on-hover animations.


Museum of Online Artifacts

by Anton Repponen

The Museum of Online Artifacts resembles an online gallery, which showcases digital experiments that stand out from traditional design categories. Here, animations are a critical part of objects, completing them or adding an extra dimension. Anton masterfully guides the visitor through the white-walled gallery with the help of on-scroll and on-hover animations.


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Brickit

by Andrey Medvedev

The website introduces the Brickit app, which can scan any jumble of toy bricks and provide instructions for new ways to assemble them. The project features recognizable brick-like elements, GIF animation on the main page, custom fonts and an animated gallery. The designer also added a form to collect data from users and submit it to Brickit's developers.


Brickit

by Andrey Medvedev

The website introduces the Brickit app, which can scan any jumble of toy bricks and provide instructions for new ways to assemble them. The project features recognizable brick-like elements, GIF animation on the main page, custom fonts and an animated gallery. The designer also added a form to collect data from users and submit it to Brickit's developers.


Brickit

by Andrey Medvedev

The website introduces the Brickit app, which can scan any jumble of toy bricks and provide instructions for new ways to assemble them. The project features recognizable brick-like elements, GIF animation on the main page, custom fonts and an animated gallery. The designer also added a form to collect data from users and submit it to Brickit's developers.


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Photographer portfolio

by Alexey Rybin

Take a look at this minimalistic website created by Alexey Rybin for Daria Fomina, a photographer and set designer. The portfolio has little text, as the focus follows images. With the help of on-scroll animations, the gallery slowly unfolds, each half at its own speed, giving visitors an overview of creative works. There is also a pop-up image sequence that adds extra interactivity.


Photographer portfolio

by Alexey Rybin

Take a look at this minimalistic website created by Alexey Rybin for Daria Fomina, a photographer and set designer. The portfolio has little text, as the focus follows images. With the help of on-scroll animations, the gallery slowly unfolds, each half at its own speed, giving visitors an overview of creative works. There is also a pop-up image sequence that adds extra interactivity.


Photographer portfolio

by Alexey Rybin

Take a look at this minimalistic website created by Alexey Rybin for Daria Fomina, a photographer and set designer. The portfolio has little text, as the focus follows images. With the help of on-scroll animations, the gallery slowly unfolds, each half at its own speed, giving visitors an overview of creative works. There is also a pop-up image sequence that adds extra interactivity.


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