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35 Interactive Website Designs That Will Make You Lose Track of Time

A memorable experience is an interactive one. We should always prioritize readability, usability, and intuitive UX when designing websites, however, what really makes a website stand out is the interaction that accompanies users on their journey and keeps them engaged. With this in mind, today we’ll dive into a collection of 35 beautiful interactive website designs that will make you lose track of time.

And the best part, neither of these real-life examples sacrifice usability for the sake of interaction.

1. Journeys: The Sea We Breathe

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Blue Marine Foundation is dedicated to restoring the ocean. The charity addresses overfishing as one of the world’s biggest environmental problems. On their website, you can set on each of the three journeys: The Ocean’s Web of Life, Protecting the Underwater World, or Rainforests of the Sea. Each journey will dive into an incredible immersive deepwater atmosphere, so get your headphones ready. You have the full liberty to explore and learn new facts or take action.

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2. Kvaba

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Kvaba is a digital studio of developers, specializing in game development, AR/VR, and experimental projects. On their homepage, you are free to look around their office by dragging the screen 360-degree and discover cool easter eggs. Great idea for interactive personal experience with the team. Tip: Look up, someone is watching you.

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3. Bridge Tour

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The best-selling WordPress theme Bridge is showing off with a dynamic interactive website with cool animations and transitions on scroll.

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4. KT Tele Museum

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KT Tele virtual museum is exactly what it sounds like. It offers a 360 viewing experience, a choice of which lectures to visit, and the option to look around while listening to the guide. Fortunately, the website also has English subtitles for foreign visitors.

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5.  Gucci Flora Fantasy

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Gucci is famous for its high-quality campaign landing pages and this is no exception. The website is so engaging it will make you start searching for their new products instead of making sure their new collection is the first thing you see when landing.

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6. QI Catalog

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Quode Interactive’s catalog for premium WordPress themes has its own interactive design.

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7. Joseph Berry Masterclass

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Freelancer UX designer Joseph Berry uses their website to showcase their skills in creating experiences.

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8. DPT Projects

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The next interactive website belongs to a creative company with expertise from the worlds of design, research, gaming, and cinema for virtual and real-life experiences. It’s engaging and mimics VR experience.

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9. Fils De Graphiste

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Another interactive portfolio, this time it belongs to a multidisciplinary designer Lionel Taurus and starts off with a beautiful shadowplay animation of a bird that you can navigate and follow while flying above the ocean.

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10. Karman Project

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The Karman Project is a non-profit foundation gathering global leaders from the fields of science, tech, business, politics, and the arts to create a positive impact in space, and transports this message of impact to a global audience. Their website offers a lot of interaction and beautiful animations.

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11. Victorie Douy

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Victoria Douy is an interactive designer and illustrator from France with an incredible UX design portfolio website where you can interact with almost every element.

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12. The Andrei Sakharov Museum

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This website is a visual interactive journey through the life and accomplishments of Soviet nuclear physicist, dissident, Nobel laureate Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov.

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13. Prometheus Fuels

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Prometheus Fuels’ interactive website is dedicated to a campaign to replace oil and gas with zero net carbon fuels. Aside from the ambitious idea, the design is also equally well-done with beautiful parallaxes.

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14. House of Digital Horrors by Quantum Metric

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If the current situation doesn’t allow you to grab your bag and visit a horror-themed park, fear not. Well, that was badly phrased, since you’ll actually have to prepare to be very afraid. This interactive experience offers a digital tour in a horror house where you need to interact with items and collect bonus points.

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15. Dayln Design

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Another great example of a UX design portfolio that is done amazingly. Surendhar Dheenadayalan is an experience designer all about crafting an emotional experience with the user. 

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16.  POLA 2029 Vision

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A great example of a company website that communicates its vision, values, philosophy, and products through striking visions and interactive design. Indeed very satisfying to scroll through.

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17. Carolina Herrera: 212 Heroes Skate Game

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Carolina Herrera is a makeup business that promotes its new products through a cool interactive skateboard game where you collect items and win prizes.

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18.  USA Air Force Into the Storm

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US Airforce presents an interactive immersive experience about five civilians, one team, and a battle against all odds. Definitely worth checking out. Make sure you have your headphones ready for the best experience.

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19. SkyBar

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SkyBar, on the other hand, bets on an interactive design mimicking classic point-and-click games, where you interact with highlighted objects and collect information about the services.

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20. Star Atlas Experience

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Star Atlas is a grand strategy game of space exploration, territorial conquest, political domination, and more. The website itself is a great demonstration of what to expect from the game, with great motion graphics, animations, and interactive elements.

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21. Virtual Visit of the Emile COHL School

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This interactive website offers you a full 360 degrees experience in a tour of the Emily Cohl school, specialized since 1984 in teaching design. You can visit any room and look around.

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22.  15 Years of Melon Fashion

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Melon Fashion’s company website offers amazing animation on a scroll and dynamic design to take inspiration from.

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23. We are THIRD

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In the beginning, there was nothing but a canvas of endless white. The intro of this website mimics the metaphor, inviting you to take the brush and draw your vision. When directed to the homepage, you can continue drawing with a pencil while s scrolling down.

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24. Cyberphotos Archive

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Amazing interactive digital museum for historical photographs for everyone to enjoy.

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25. Marta Verba

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This is the UI/UX design portfolio website of Marta Verba, who makes a cutting-edge interactive design, and unique art direction.

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26. Vredestein Experience Centre

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Vredestein Tires offers another great example of a virtual museum experience on their website. You can drag the screen and look around, choosing which halls to visit.

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27.  Angel Estrada

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Angel Estrada is a UI engineer, expert in human-computer interaction, UI/UX, prototyping, and software engineering. For someone with a ridiculous amount of skill, their website definitely checks out with beautiful interaction and visual effects.

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28. DTE

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The best way to sell your smart home idea is to show it rather than tell about it. DTE does exactly that will 3D models and interactive tours around their smart home project.

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29. Gucci Beauty

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Another great interactive design by Gucci, serving as a foundation-usage tutorial. First, you knock down the house of cards, then they shuffle to start your journey on discovering the perfect foundation for your skin.

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30. Monopo London

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Monopo is a Japan-originated London-based creative agency for branding and communications with a very artistic and expressive website. You can interact with the background, images and enjoy amazing hover effects and parallaxes.

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31. Shadow and Bone

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Dive beyond the fold with Shadow and Bone’s interactive website. You can choose to learn more about the world of Grisha and interact with the map, complete some interactive personality tests, or learn about the tv-show.

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32. Utsubo

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Utsubo is a multicultural creative studio from Japan with a satisfying interactive website design to take inspiration from.

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33. Klarna: The Mythbuster Challenge

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The next example is off the charts in terms of interactive design. Klarna launched an amazing myth-busting website that helps you learn about their services through mini-games and brilliant visuals.

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34. Lyst: Discover Your Fashion DNA

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Here we have an interactive campaign with a personalized test that determines your fashion DNA. Whether you’re interested to learn about your fashion style or not, you will definitely want to check the experience.

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35. Are You OKOK?

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The last example offers to measure equipment for OKOK emotional reading where you can interact with the models, view them in 3d, and press buttons.

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In Conclusion

These were the 35 lastest interactive website designs to inspire you and boost your creativity. We can all learn a lot and get amazing ideas from these examples to become better at what we do.

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