Guys! This is what she does. I think it's an awesome experimental representation of her aesthetic and her vision, and I LIKE that I had to play around a bit to figure out how it worked. Come on, look at her URL. Did you really expect the straightforward case study grid?
The ladder icon for the "About" section really sealed the deal for me. Bravo.
I'm sure there's some impressive code behind this. But I don't know what the fuck is going on.
She's definitely putting a mark on the «gamification» scene, her site is enough for bringing curiousity, potential clients/commisioners can still ask details about her portfolio if they're really interested. Unity is hard, I know that.
IMHO, DN need more unusual sites showcase like this one, for the sake of diversity. Tried and true UX practices are getting me bored me lately.
omg, worth the loading wait
This is super exciting as a creative demonstration of using the web as an immersive storytelling medium (not to mention the strong dev talent that must be behind it). Unfortunately, in my eyes, as a personal portfolio it isn't very functional; I spent 5 mins on it and I'm still not sure what Johanna does (apart from being hella quirky)!
what is happening.
this is a being of pure beauty.
I wait 3 sec to load but didn't and close it.
Super cool. Would love to see this execution on a (music) festival-website. Well done.
This is real cool.
Good luck with that domain though.
I'm conflicted on the domain.
On one hand, it's very easy to remember as it's only one letter to retain into memory.
But in opposition to this is the amount of friction it's introducing with the amount of typing the user is required to do.
Would love to see the user interviews around it.
Awesome! love it.
Doesn't work on mobile. Pass. (Never mind the bizarre domain name.)
Mobile isn't everything.
If you look straight down whilst moving about with the arrow keys it's much better - you can actually see the portfolio pieces and understand the content better. Pressing space to jump whilst doing this is pretty cool too. Just needs a level map so you know where to go next!
Cool stuff. Quite a cool art experience once you get the hang of it.
Would be nice to see more iterations.
Is this still working?
I really like it. It was developed with Unity?
I didn't even notice ... But yes it seems like it! Super cool
I got confused. I thought I had to click the images or press some sort of "action key" to select them and see a proper gallery.
Original website though.