On the home screen I scrolled expecting a scroll-jacking experience and smiled when nothing happened. You have to click a good ole' fashioned button! +1
Once inside the work, the scroll-jacking feels very well done. the "physics" feel smooth. I really like how they present the work.
My only "eh" vibe is when you click the burger menu. It feels way heavy-handed.
Agreed on all points
I actually really like the menu. It might be a bit heavy-handed but nice to see something fresh instead of the same old same old.
The one cool thing about it is that it almost feels like a video game pause menu or something.
It works great! It's sparking nostalgia in me, something about it reminds me of flash sites from days past.
In Mozilla, Windows , I can't even scroll to next section, I needed to rotate the scroll of my mouse so much i can and the fastest i can two times made me to the next scroll section.
Not only do they do amazing work, they are also a bunch a very sweet people too.
I think the burger menu transition is very indicative of the studio's style. It's a summary of their aesthetic.
The menu is the most exciting thing on the site to me... totally unexpected. :)