Digital Craft Weekly is a weekly design inspiration resource for interactive design and storytelling. Published each Monday, our mission is to inspire designers and content marketers with new ways of creating interactive content and immersive digital experiences.
Valerian Intergalactic Mission by MAKE ME PULSE
Having invested 10 million Euros into director Luc Besson’s new film, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, BNP Paribas went all out to create this interactive in-browser intergalactic spaceship simulator to help promote the upcoming sci-fi film. For a storyline that consists heavily of spaceships dodging throughout the galaxy, this interactive web experience is a killer way to help get people excited leading up to the Summer 2017 release.
Cappen Digital Agency Homepage by Cappen Digital Agency
Are we born to be curious? Awesome? Intense? Bold? Loud? According to digital production agency Cappen Digital, we’re a combination of all of the above. See if your mouse finger is quick enough to catch a Cappen Digital agency worker in their element.
Hakuhudo Future Me by Hakuhudo
For this wild WebGL concept, Tokyo-based digital agency Haukhudo developed a service for visitors to upload a photo that is then mapped to a fictional timeline of the year 20XX to form the story of a typical day as a Hakuhodo employee. Do we totally get why it exists? Not entirely. Does it look cool? Absolutely.
Villes & Paysages Homepage by Rezo Zero
We’re loving how France-based digital agency Rezo Zero broke up the traditional linear menu into a glorious topographical map-inspired path for urban planning firm Villes & Paysages’ portfolio site. Featuring both urban planning and landscape architecture projects from the firm, the menu successfully bridges the story of the firm while remaining a clear navigational tool for users.
Citroën Origins by MullenLowe One
It’s not easy to communicate nearly a century’s worth of automobile innovations in a single web experience, yet Citroën—along with MullenLowe One—have somehow managed to do it. For the Citroën Origins site, the French company presents over 50 of their most iconic cars from the past 100 years with fully-immersive 360° interior and exterior tour. While the photos sure are pretty, we’re loving the ability to fire up the engine on everything from the iconic C10 model to the more recent C4 WRC rally car.