One of the craziest web interfaces/effects I have seen in a while, over on wonder-wall.com. Intruiging.

(via @zachlieberman)

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  1. that is insanely creative.

    i can’t wait for all the pedantic web purists to start whining about “accessibility” and html validation – who gives a crap when the end product is that good?

    thanks for sharing.

  2. First, I’ll say this site is awesome.

    Also, in response to joe’s comment, accessibility does matter if a portion of your expected audience requires it. Designing a site for a public organization, such as a library or school? You’d better believe accessibility is important.

    But designing a site that is going to be viewed by others in the creative industry, such as this? Have fun.

    I should note I’m actually a Flash developer, so my bias is in the complete opposite direction. But I still strongly value accessibility and standards.

    As a designer, you should too – if it’s appropriate and necessary.

  3. Wow. That was interesting – actually very cool but made me a little nauseous. I guess accessibility would be an issue – but really, if the audience is defined as the creative design industry, accessibility tends to take a back seat.

    Thanks for sharing!

  4. Saw this site the other definitely pretty awesome.

  5. how do the do that? it’s pretty cool…

  6. Very nice, but the load time killed me!

  7. especially enjoyed the sound–would love to learn how to do something like that

  8. I have seen this before, at Pixelbreaker: http://www.pixelbreaker.com/v1/

    But that was about 10 years ago…

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