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GMunk   Lock this link...Send this link...
There's some intense animation and audio in place here, check the DMG piece in particular. Despite this pace the pieces run smooth as silk. The attention to detail stands out from other animators' work, with parts of the interactive elements often only become apparent after repeat visits.

Skam Records   Lock this link...Send this link...
This is about as minimal as we've seen a record label dare to be with their site, even to the extent that sections of it are offered up in braille with only audio rollovers to help you out. This lack of hand-holding soon becomes an endearing features as you navigate the content.

e-Types...   Lock this link...Send this link...
More explorative interfaces at hand here, and in this case they really make you work for the content. Pull at the letters, expand the sections and play with the beziers to find the info you're after. There's definitely some unique navigation here.

Templar Studios   Lock this link...Send this link...
Templar presents an ant farm-like cross-section of their offices, coaxing you to meet the staff and see what they do without any of the usual marketing fuss or hard sell. It's good to see that not all agencies take themselves too seriously.

iSketch   Lock this link...Send this link...
The concept is so simple, even your grandma could play this, in fact she probably has as it's essentially Pictionary online. Though not much to look at, this site is dangerously addictive so make sure you have time on your hands before you drop in. Oh, and if you really want to show off, plug in your drawing tablet...