Sennep’s site kicks off with a playful intro – the headline is manipulated by a creepily-long illustrated finger that straightens out the bottom line and adds some extra love!
I’m really digging the bold simplicity of the design – everything is spaced out into clear sections, making it easy to take in as you scroll through the page.
I like how the featured projects relegate the client / title in favor of a more interesting ‘summary’ headline that grabs your attention much more.
Everything scrolls with a bit of animation – but it’s not too heavy or distracting and feels really natural.
I particularly like this transition between the top of a case study and the introduction text below, with a slight parallax scroll on the image and the text sliding up on an angle to lock into place.
The case studies are very well written, with a great mix of detailed explanations…
… WIP designs and behind the scenes content…
… and immaculately-presented final design work.
Lovely animated illustrations are used on the About and Approach pages to accent the text content.
They also use some really well executed animated micro-interactions throughout the site – check out the hover effect on the menu icon and logo, and the finger pointing at the ‘say hello’ call to action.
The finger also makes a return in the main menu, pointing at each link as you hover – a really nice touch!
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