Can you tell we’re a bit Poké obsessed ourselves? We love the Pokémon Go site for it’s big, bold design and the simple yet effective copy about how the game works.
I could get lost in this interactive timeline for hours! Histography pulls historical events from Wikipedia spanning 14 billion years of time. You can filter by time period and category, too! (Note: this is only supported by Chrome at this time.)
I am a HUGE fan of A Chef’s Life, the PBS show about a chef in North Carolina who is “exploring the South one ingredient at a time.” The website features episodes, recipes, a blog, interviews and more.
Google has partnered with hundreds of the museums all over the world to create the Google Cultural Center. Visitors can scroll through the site, view different exhibitions and learn about the individual pieces.
Identify the stars, planets, galaxies, constellations and even satellites above simply by holing your iPhone or iPad up to the sky.
Looking for some inspirational ideas for your wardrobe and home? Check out the Anthropologie blog. I love the Pinterest-inspired design.
Take your iPhone photography to the next level. VSCO Cam offers cool effects for both shooting and editing photos. I love the intuitive UI!
Google Now is the latest product from the world’s largest search engine. The website uses CSS to create the animations.
Need some dinner inspiration? I love trolling through the recipes on this app to find something new and yummy for the fam!
Coin allows you to combine all of your credit/debit/gift cards into one card. Love this concept and the visual storytelling they use to sell the product on their website.