Wonderwall's Uniquely Fluid Site Reacts to Mouse and Browser History

Wonderwall's Uniquely Fluid Site Reacts to Mouse and Browser History
Design

Design site Wonderwall employs a unique user interface that dynamically reacts to a user's mouse, responding based on browser history.

Kyle Studstill
  • 4 november 2009

In addition to showcasing an outstanding portfolio of inspirational design, the Wonderwall page features a uniquely fluid, color-coded navigation menu that reacts dynamically to the user’s mouse, changing its form based on browser history. Headed by interior designer Masamichi Katayama, the Japanese design firm has built spaces for clients like Uniqlo, Dean & Deluca, and Ogivly & Mather Japan.

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