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Web design by country, location, special geographic groups, European design, UK design, Japanese Design. Only the best web sites.
STADTWIRKLICHKEIT is a student project that creates
a platform for the construction of artificial worlds.
Using the metaphor of Italo Calvinos' "Invisible
Cities", the application requires the user to design
their own "invisible city". Whilst the visitor
of the website meanders through abstract 3-dimensional
spaces (Quicktime-VR), five of Italo Calvinos "invisible
Cities" are described by voice and interactive audio
installations. The site is written in German,
but English users get still get a feel for the project
by finding the right links: (Click "offne.dokumentation();"
and then "STADTWIRKLICH Starten"... from there,
you're on your own). Designed by Sasha Kempe and Michael
Wolf. students of the University of Applied Sciences
Cologne, School of Design, Germany.
Often wild and erratic, Japanese
Webdesign before 2000 can be characterized by a visual attraction
to technology or technical imagery. But some designers are
strongly attracted to the influence of nature. In this advent
you'll see a little bit of the the schisophrenic side of Japanese
UK designers are currently creating
some of the best online work - everywhere you look the Brits
are being highly acclaimed. But to get where you are, you
got to know where you are from, and before 2000 we featured
3 galleries that provide a peek at some of the UK Webdesign
in Front (AU)
Digital Evolution (Portugal)
The Webgallery is optimized for:
-IE5, NS6, Mac, PC.