Welcome back to the Hatch Community Showcase, where we spotlight the exceptional projects crafted by the brilliant minds within our creator community! Join us as we embark on a journey through the extraordinary works of our talented community members. Be prepared to be amazed by the sheer brilliance of the projects created by you, our valued Hatch community!
If your Hatch project made it to this list– a big congratulations from the Hatch team! If you’re still working on your next masterpiece, submit your work when you’re done. Are you new to Hatch? Get started here.
Now for the showcase! Here are the fantastic projects that will inspire you.
Hatch’s community showcase
Cloudland by Skeir
Cloudland is an artist portfolio, but it’s also a digital exhibition, links page, and so much more. Prepare to be whisked away on a mesmerizing journey through the enchanting realm of cloudland by @skeir, AKA Stephanie Keir. This extraordinary website and digital experience offers a feast for the senses. From a magical hallway acting as the navigation bar to sprinkling oscillation and spinning effects to their awesome illustrations– this page is sure to delight. Check out the draggable heart or some of the easter eggs with audio. Don’t even get us started on how innovative and fun their gallery is.
Hint: If you find the library, one of the easter eggs there purrs!
Chaos Magic X Lacan by BetweenWonders
Do you miss netart and the web 1.0 internet aesthetic? Look no further than the Chaos Magic X Lacan project by @betweenwonders. Freya is the power user behind @betweenwonders who makes the edgiest and coolest Hatch projects. Their ability to engage in new media to push the envelope of what’s possible always astounds us. This page looks complex and impossible to emulate, and while that may be true on some levels– the format of this piece is actually pretty simple. By using a multipage project and turning uploaded graphic content to buttons, Freya makes this interactive experience unforgettable and totally unique to each user.
Oniriccat’s musician link-in-bio
@Oniriccat created a links page that truly stands out with its distinct and impressive design. By embedding their music directly onto the page, fans can come and listen while exploring the rest of the page. This immersive auditory experience can be done with spotify, apple, or really any music player that has an embed link. Their clever use of perspective and captivating floating effects on the cards adds an extra touch of visual intrigue. What’s even more remarkable is their ingenuity in incorporating social links directly onto the floating cards themselves. This level of attention to detail and creativity truly captivates us, and we absolutely dig their page.
Georgia’s professional portfolio
Check out @georgia‘s adorable professional portfolio. It really stands out in a sea of boring professional websites. They display their collection of podcasts, writing samples, and visual work in such great fashion. Going above and beyond, Georgia also incorporates two “About Me” pages—one maintaining a professional tone and the other offering a more authentic and raw glimpse into their personality. Kudos to their thoughtful approach! The whimsical aesthetic of their website is enhanced by delightful touches, such as a customizable cursor of their own uploaded magical wand. Additionally, they have included captivating elements like the warp-speed element, an interactive typewriter, and even a visitor counter. The level of creativity and attention to detail is truly impressive.
TIP: Georgia made their page remixable, so you can look under the curtains and see how they constructed it.
Akkamiau’s musician link-in-bio
@Akkamiau‘s unconventional and captivating links page stands out with its bouncing and floating elements. They have truly made this template their own by incorporating their own stunning graphics. The page can also be created from scratch using gravity and the draggable effect. The physics kit is an easy way to start with that. You can then apply the draggable effect to each element. This physics-based approach allows the elements to fall, bounce, and interact with each other. The draggable feature then provides a tactile feel, which lets you play with their site as if it’s a toy. Another really cool effect they employ is a switch that toggles their signs on and off. Try playing yourself!
I want to join the made with Hatch community showcase! How do I submit my webpage for a feature?
Maybe you’ve already created something awesome and want us to consider you for social features, the next community showcase, or our featured projects. We encourage you to submit your work!
To submit work, upload it to the forum or tag us on Instagram @madewithhatch to get our attention. Only submissions that are shared with in the community gallery will be considered, so make sure to have that toggled on in your settings!