While tasked to work on a website for a @Pedro Vieira I saw @Jerry Gabra's new site and it really inspired me to test the boundaries of what I understood a website to look like.
It sounds absurd, I know, but no one can deny that a counter-movement is seeksing to reduce formally understood concept so visual and interaction design much like science is always seeking more and more fundamental laws of nature.
This comes as a shock to us humble human designers, drawing beautiful 2d representations of 3d space in our caves. We've come far. We've taught the world how to "think different" about what computers are, what computation can do, what the relationship between humans and machines is, and most importantly for us, how computation is represented through interfaces and projected through experience.
I'm not sure exactly what has changed or who made the change, but I can attest to the fact that how I think of software is now very different from how I thought about it when I joined dribbble.
See above for a graphical representation of what it looks like when my head explodes.
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