Web Design Inspiration: Killing Them Softly

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Yesterday I came across the website for the movie Killing them Softly, an American crime film directed by Andrew Dominik and starring Brad Pitt, based on the 1974 novel Cogan’s Trade by George V. Higgins. At first the website annoyed me, I was listening to music and then totally unexpected the music of the website started playing through my ears. Auto playing music on websites is something you really shouldn’t do, my first reaction is always to close the tab, so I can enjoy my own music. But this time I was quick enough to disable the audio and to take a look at the website. Which in the end was pretty cool. You can scroll through the whole website and it’s like getting deeper and deeper into the web, but you can also just sit back and relax, as the website will scroll for you. It even starts and stops the trailer at a certain point, based on your scrolling. And when you are at the end, you simply end up at the first page and you can go through the whole story again. In this post I have made some screenshots, but for the full experience, be sure to head over to the website (If you’re listening to music, be warned!).

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Houke de Kwant is a 30 year old frontend developer from the Netherlands and the creator of TheArtHunters (former Daily Inspiration, which was started as part of his study). He is currently working as a front-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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