Jun 06 2012

15 Websites with Engaging User Experiences


Interactivity, whether it’s through hover states, audio or video media, sliding interactions, or even scroll events, help in adding a delightful layer of engagement a user experiences on a website or application. These interactive elements can tell a story or trigger emotional connections can truly create lasting impressions on an individual’s mind. Take a look at how the following websites use subtle as well as bold interactions to truly engage in their audiences.

1. Black Negative (http://www.blacknegative.com)


2. Adidas Design Studio (http://www.adidasdesignstudios.com)


3. Project Re: Brief by Google (http://www.projectrebrief.com)


4. The Interactive UK Energy Consumption Guide (http://www.evoenergy.co.uk/uk-energy-guide)


5. Beyonce (http://www.beyonce.com)


6. Reebok (http://www.reebok.com)


7. Optimo Hats (http://www.optimohats.com)


8. Piccsy Pitchdeck (http://www.piccsy.com/investors)


9. Captain Dash (http://captaindash.com)


10. Orange Sprocket (http://www.orangesprocket.com)


11. WWF Earth Hour 2012 (http://assets.wwf.org.uk/custom/foodstory)


12. Onst Creative (http://www.onstcreative.com)


13. Nike Air Jordan (http://www.nike.com/jumpman23/aj2012)


14. Tim Roussilhe Portfolio (http://timothee-roussilhe.com)


15. The Thomas Oliver Band (http://thethomasoliverband.com)

Inspired to add interactivity and engagement in your designs? Have a favorite from this list? Let us know in the comments!

About the Author:

Jessica Moon is an Art Director at digital-telepathy, a user experience design studio that specializes in creating products like SlideDeck, Impress, and Filament. She has a passion for illustration and design, and enjoys blogging and tweeting about what she’s learned. You can also find her on Google+.

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  1. Jun 24 2012
    Ricardo Diaz

    One of the things that isn’t taught online in all these training websites is the art of telling a story. Which just happens to be one of the things that can make or break a website. Great line up Jessica!

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