This thing has been waiting to launch for about 4-5 months and now it's finally live. It was our first e-commerce / consumer site. We did all of the design and dev (front & back). It went through many revisions with the client. No, it's not responsive :(
Our favorite pages are the product wall (arrow keys are cool) - http://kuhl.com/products/women/longsleeve/
Product Detail -
Landing pages for men and women -
Login / Sign Page -
... and the cart integration.
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Looks awesome, have a beer, well deserved :)
Hey 4 dudes, this is quite possibly the best looking site I've ever seen, no joke. How is the performance of the site? It feels a little heavy, but everything works fine on my machine. Regardless, this is truly amazing, I sort of know how much work that goes into a beast like this, and what you guys have done should not be underestimated.
Also the hover state animation for the sign up and read the Kuhl story buttons are quite possibly the most handsome looking ones I've seen, I keep playing with them.
wow... one of the coolest product sites my eyes have seen! so fun to navigate around, great job!
@Ivan Tolmachev thanks man!
@Kerem Suer thanks dude, that means a lot. The site is far from perfect..... but it was time to move on to other things (National Geographic app)
@David Kovalev much appreciated, thank you!
This is amazing. complex site too.
Super awesome work use of jquery is just excellent without a doubt :) you guys are genius
@Ced Funches thanks so much, we really appreciate it
@Paresh Khatri Thanks for the kind words. I wish we were geniuses. Sadly we're not. The only thing we have going for us is that we have passion for interactive and we work hard :)
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) passion and hard work that's what make you genius guys keep doing it :)
Great piece of visual engineering indeed. The product wall is truly awesome. In the check-out process payment options, PP seams to be possible only via CC?
@Alex Boamfa great feedback, thanks! We'll have to look into this
Yes indeedy! This look great!
@Anthony Lagoon thanks man!
@Rally Interactive (via Ben Cline) > What eCommerce platform is this built on?
Site looks great, but I should point out you have a big usability issue on the product page:
The way you've set up the ribbon's navigation makes it very hard to click on a product near the edge of the screen, because the ribbon will move under your mouse pointer when you enter the hover zone.
I'd probably switch the ribbon to a normal arrows or scrollbar nav instead of the current cursor-position-driven navigation.
That being said everything else is awesome, for sure a very innovative use of CSS animations!
This is hands down one of the best eCommerce sites I've seen. Both from a technical (don't know about the BE stuff) and a design perspective.
I could probably write a paper on why I love it, but I'll stick to two words: Bad ass!
Yummie! I like the way to navigate through the site.
Everything about this site is so perfect. Great work guys!
great job guys, been waiting to see this beast live from long :)
to add the interactions are really cool!
Very nice guys, but found a small glitch on the homepage slider. When you click the left or right arrows, another set of left and right buttons appear, then dissapear, then i think when your on the 3rd slide, this set is then active. Something to look at I think.
That looks great guys. Congratulations
Truly amazing, love the way of interactive navigating!
I found a small bug on the product page, when you go tho the prev/next category, the URL is not changing. So it's quite hard to share a particular page with friends.
Ready for a WEBBY AWARD ?
I honestly don't think it matters if the site is fully responsive. Ecommerce sites don't really make sense to be used on a phone size, at least for me anyways. Why would I want to limit the size of a product I'm going to spend money on? This site is truly amazing, all the interactivity is just stunning. I can see where this changed a lot from some of your previous shots. You can tell in some areas where the client got involved and forced your hands, but everything else overrides that. Good job guys!
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