It used to be that “real companies” made a year report. A nice printed layout of all the great stuff the company had achieved during the year. And while some companies still produce a printed report, modern day internet companies now battle to produce swanky mini sites showing off their design skills and bragging about their larger-than-last-year numbers. Here are our 10 favourite bragging sites of 2014.
With more than 140,000 active stores, Shopify’s popularity is sorring. And with numbers that impressive, the designers at Shopify clearly had the basis for putting their love into this years report.
Venture capitalist companies used to be boring money machines. But modern enterprises like Google Ventures shows that investments cans also be beautiful.
Always showing of their mad design skills are the loveable creatures at Mailchimp. This year each department threw some numbers on a page and chimps made it look cool.
Kickstarter had another phenomenal year with pledges topping half a billion funding more than 22,000 projects.
At Behance the graphic artist community grew to more than 4.2 million members, who’s top projects is here being displayed and celebrated.
The email marketing software gurus at Campaign Monitor chose to celebrate 2014 by compiling a list of the top 100 email campaigns across five different categories. Some really inspirational stuff in there!
Todo-list software maker Wunderlist also had a wunderful year and decided to celebrate by creating that they call a world productivity report. Check it out.
At any given moment Google knows what is going on in the world. During the year a bunch of stories and events tops the search queries and results. Here are the most noticeable ones.
Another video goes on the list, but this one you have probably already seen. The always popular Youtube Rewind this year features an amazing mashup of the most popular videos of the year. See how many you recognise.
You may not know the über cool video magazine Retelly, but you should. The creative video junkies at Retelly compiled their most popular videos of 2014 in this highly snackable montage.
Last but not least, we made our own mini site featuring a world view perspective of which icons get downloaded on any given day. We hope you like it.