Omse’s site opens with a cool warped version of their name that reacts to your cursor, and a large menu to help you get straight to where you want to be.
As you scroll down the name shrinks to reveal the news listing, with a varied mix of new work, company news and external features arranged in a grid whilst the sidebar remains fixed.
The menu also reduces down to a little ‘toggle’, which can be clicked to reveal the full menu with a nice fluid transition.
I love how they’ve broken up the dates in the sidebar by seasons, with the indicator updating as you scroll through the news.
Over to the Work page, and there’s a really cool effect as you scroll through the projects – the video for each project starts in the middle of the screen and then expands to fill it.
The case study pages are nicely laid out with a mix of full width and 2 column images, with large easy to read text to break things up and tell the story of the project.
I like how they include the credits for their team and external collaborators at the bottom of the case study.
The Info page again features some really cool interactions – the main heading shows little visual snippets as you move your mouse around it, and the list of services highlights each one with a different image as you scroll through the list. Nice!
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