Presenting our Hatch Community Showcase, where we spotlight the fantastic 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. New to Hatch? Get started here.
Now for the showcase! Here are the awesome projects that will inspire you.
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Jamesissound’s musician links page
This multipage links page is just so beautiful! From details like keeping the color palette perfectly tuned to James’ shirt to the illustrations in the background of his listen page… this page delights every time we look at it. Their use of the embed feature is so clean. Instead of adding it to a single page, they add a whole spotify album into a listening page. At that point, you wouldn’t even need to open spotify! Of course, you also can if you’d like. Just click the spotify icon below or check out any of the other social media icon links.
Quazar’s arcade link in bio webpage
This one page website is for a rad arcade! With all the game-y stickers and imagery, and bright colors– this links page actually does the job of communicating the look and feel of the Quazar’s brand. A set of links with boring buttons and a background image aren’t enough when you’re an expressive brand. I don’t know about you, but this is such an inviting experience going from Quazar’s social media page to the rental page. It’s a cohesive brand experience that elevates the journey from start to finish.
Shout out to them for doing a great job using flying emojis and setting the number of emojis to a small number. It’s sparse, but packs a punch. It also creates a sense of space by adding something in a depth of field. So well done!
Tylah Hill’s content producer links page
@Tylahhill creates this really sweet web 1.0 aesthetic link in bio site. They’re another creator who utilizes flying emojis well by tweaking the number of emojis to make it a subtle background effect. We love the fun emojis in their links buttons, too. They also use the embed feature. This feature goes so far for so many types of creators. Tylah is a content producer and this links page showcases that so well. Being able to preview their content creates a sample experience. Maybe you were perusing their Instagram and now you want a taste of their TikTok formatted content– voila! They make it easy to see and fun to experience. Keep up the awesome work!
Pxrsec’s new media experience
Come play in this space! It’s a meandering interactive new media piece by @pxrsec. They lean into world building. You just have to experience it to understand it. They used audio as an atmospheric layer of sensory experience. Adding this dimension to their branching visual experience does so much. With interactive design, it’s often more powerful to add multimedia elements that evoke emotion through numerous senses, as opposed to just the visual. We can’t wait to see what else @pxrsec has been imagining.
Hayashi’s musician links page
Here’s a clean and yet bold musician links page. The artist, @hayashi2023, uses floating effects to make their links dynamic. This design choice helps make their call to action pop. You’re much more likely to go check out their music when the link-in-bio experience is aligned with the artists themselves. Take a look at the shiny animated spotify and apple music buttons. They really jazz up the page as well. A classic but obligatory choice to add an embedded music player, makes this page literally sing. Don’t even get us started on the illustration used as a background. Such a fun page!