This is a minisite experience I designed for Oakley's technical outerwear and pro rider series. View the attachments for full pixels views.
I designed the homepage with parallax and subtle animations in mind. I tried to carry the use of subtle animations and movement across the experience.
Weather icons by @Adam Whitcroft
11 months ago
Very nicely done! Especially like the team page and use of the Mountain/Text idea. Very cool.
Thanks @Charlie! The concept was that the text would animate up, from behind the mountain on page load.
very nice, but the header is too small? maybe intentional :)
Awesome work dude. When does it go live?
Q: the "radar indicators" on the Smart climate control panel.. I'm wondering if they'd make more sense going in a clock-wise direction instead of couter-clock?
nevertheless, every one of your designs is pure inspiration. great work.
Super clean. INSPIRED!
Do you even snowboard bra? ;)
Looks so awesome.
@Bluroon good point, and I agree...unfortunately, I had to stick with Oakley's existing header.
@Raul Yup. I think you're right, and thank you. I'm probably far more inspired from your work than you are through mine :)
Wow. Very nice. Definitely inspired!
Proxima Nova is really making the rounds lately! I love that home page, especially the product sections.
great stuff man!
@Josh Austin you're too kind. Thanks for the kind words!
Double like. Great work man.
Dang - super clean!
This is so slick. I wouldn't want to code it myself though -- paralax is a nightmare!
rock and lock
Love this. Any ETA on when it goes live?
i love it...
nice work bro :)
Awesome, loved the weather icons.
looks great! is it being built?
Epic details. This all looks really great.
I don't know if it's just the Proxima Nova and Adam Whitcroft's icons but it feels very much of the same family as the new Snowbird.com. I don't know that there's anything wrong with that, though.
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