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Fun, creative website

Forgive me for posting off the subject, but while seeking inspiration for a visualization, I came across a really fun website (it’s hard to stop playing with) that I also find creatively inspiring.

It’s  www.incredibox.com.

(Make sure your volume is turned on and give it a minute or two to load.)

– Aaron



7 thoughts on “Fun, creative website

  1. I stumbledupon incredibox a few weeks ago when stumbling instead of doing my homework. SO FUN. And distracting.

    Here’s a infographics website that has some really interesting examples for inspiration.


    Posted by Samantha Kubota | September 14, 2012, 6:45 pm
    • You’re right. Interesting examples. Thanks, Sam.

      Posted by Aaron Cooper | September 15, 2012, 12:41 am
    • I like this website a lot. It is really appealing and inspiring. Those examples are great expansion of the book. The book talks more about the basic principles of illustrate data, and the website tells more about some creative way to make graphics. As we can see in the website, those graphics are both informative and appealing. I notice that some graphics in the website don’t follow the principles in the book, which make those graphics not clear at all. Even those those graphics are pretty and eye grasping, but I think represent the data and make the data easy to understand is more important as a graphic designer.

      Posted by cinray | September 17, 2012, 1:00 am
  2. This is so cool! Thanks for sharing, Aaron.

    Posted by margaretnym | September 14, 2012, 10:18 pm
  3. Incredibox is making my GA shift 100 percent better!

    Posted by Matt_Schacht | September 17, 2012, 8:59 pm
  4. Thanks for sharing these wonderful websites!

    Posted by qianruisha | September 18, 2012, 2:31 am
  5. Incredibox certainly lives up to its name. Some of the most interesting and creative art is being produced on the interactive front. I’m not sure which is more realistic as a budding designer: 1. Make some friends that have coding experience 2. Try my hand at learning web languages so I can attempt to build things like this myself.

    Posted by Philip Prouhet | September 18, 2012, 10:21 am

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