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2015 was quite a busy year with some original trends and inventive solutions. While we all contemplated the appearance of more and more flat user interfaces that were made with Material Design principles in mind, interactive projects started to conquer the Web. Although they are moving at a snail’s pace, their presence has finally become more decisive, strong and known. Of course, it is a costly luxury that not every company can undertake.

However, one can argue that a lot of corporations joined the stream. As the previous year showed, anyone can derive benefits from it: movie industry, sports industry, fashion industry, social communities, digital agencies and even vigorous and devoted enthusiasts – all of them have already felt the ‘force’ hidden in this approach.

For us, it was quite difficult to choose only twenty examples, since there are already a bunch of projects, that are worthy of exploring. So, if you feel like any other site should be displayed in our collection, please share it via comments and tell us the reasons.

Interactive Websites

Cryptaris Mission

Cryptaris Mission is a mind-blowing online game that professionally simulates tests that are applied to recruits for US Army STEM. It is an alliance of sophisticated WebGL techniques, outstanding design, energetic atmosphere and interactive features.


Star Wars: Lightsaber Escape

This phenomenal experience was built specifically for Chrome users. To enjoy the whole adventure, you should visit the portal through your cell phone since the device plays here the crucial role. Use it as a weapon of Jedi to battle stormtroopers.

Lightsaber Escape

Pray for Paris

The project combines almost twenty amazing experiments created during a four day workshop. Each one is a smart collaboration of inventive ideas, interactive tricks and carefully crafted design. The only drawback is that it is supported only by desktop devices.

Pray for Paris

Georg Jensen

Georg Jensen uses an original way to shed light on a brand-new collection. The website features an interactive video which you are welcome to explore from various angles. You can pause the flow and examine more carefully each detail just by clicking on it.

Georg Jensen

Xbox: Halo 5