A design I made that never saw the light of day for a little project Shaun Inman and I were working on... in 2004! For being seven years old, it holds up pretty well.
Be sure to check the attachment for the full image. I think I nabbed the heads from a scan of old sheet music. Or maybe they're presidents. I forget now.
about 2 years ago
Oh man the look on those selects. And the aliasing. YES!
+1 for aliased small type. So retro.
The super small type is actually Underware's Unibody. I loved the hell out of that typeface. One of the best pixel fonts around.
by Paul Armstrong
So Jason Santa Maria got me thinking about old designs that never went anywhere.
I did this way back in October of 2001. Not sure if the Flash attachment will work, but I still like the design. Mostly. Feels so ... so ... tiny.
about 2 years ago
by Dan Cederholm
Unused illustration from 2006 for Cork'd. A never-realized SMS feature called "Backfire" which would text you information about a wine or user while at the wine shop.
Before the days of iPhones and the mobile web :)
by Dave Dawson
I created this Flash intro for a student project when I was in community college in Cleveland. I meant to eventually turn it into a portfolio site. Can't say I'm disappointed I never got around to it.
Turn those headphones up, it's chock-full of animation & audio! For the full effect.
by Christian Annyas
Unused logo from 2006, for a production company/advertising agency.
by Rona Kilmer
Here's an old shot of a design for an intranet I did back in the day. Lot's of shadowy, gradient goodness.
by Kevin Jackson
Logo with totally rad variation. 2006-ish?
Unused illustration for a dating site. The faces were inspired by an old version of the Guess who? board game.
by Todd Coleman
My contribution to #DesignThrowback; this was the header design for my movie review website (now defunct) circa 2004.
Illustration that saw the light of ONE day in a website redesign and was immediately taken down. The masses were confused and in an uproar. Too soon? Come on now.
by Mark Mellor
7 years ago... I had a client request anti-aliasing last Friday and this is what I'm working on today. Just when I thought these days were over...
by Matthew Gallagher
ooold concept developed in 1997 when i was developing websites as a castmember at disney.
by Dave Rau
We never launched this project, but I had this idea for a tiny persistent shopping cart across the top.
Wowzer that's nice. Chap on the left does look a fair bit like Grant so Presidents it may well be.
by Nick Whitmoyer
I really wanted to see this newer version of their website go live. It's not that it was groundbreaking or anything — it just worked really well for them. The term "failpportunity" was coined with this project.
by Kurt Madsen
A darker version of the one I posted earlier ("in utero"). I didn't do gradients so well back then. :)
Here's the full version: http://cl.ly/6oAw
by Juna Duncan
Unused artwork I created for a scrapbook company a while back. Never got picked up.
by Steve Mockensturm
The beginnings of a system. Dead on arrival.
by Chelsea Rio
The first logo I ever designed. Hand drawn since I had no idea how to use any design software. Come to think of it, I don't think it ever made it to vector form...
by Nathan Pitman
A grab from a project I worked on for Sony at an agency back in 2004. This certainly isn't an approach I'd advocate now! :)
almost 2 years ago
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