MMXIII is a showcase of creative webdesign concepts featuring some of the hottest sites spotted in 2013. Collected and curated by zitrusfrisch.
US cyclist Lance Armstrong admits to using performance-enhancing drugs to win Tour de France, Barack Obama takes oath of office for second term in Washington, DC. — and these websites launched.
Horsemeat found in beef products in UK causes Europe-wide scandal, Paralympian Oscar Pistorius charged with murder of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp — and these websites launched.
Argentine Jorge Maria Bergolgio is elected as the new pope, unseasonal snow and cold weather causes travel chaos across Europe — and these websites launched.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher dies in London aged 87, two bombs explode at the Boston marathon killing 3 poeple — and these websites launched.
Anti government protests spread across Instanbul’s Gezi Park in Turkey, Nawaz Sharif is elected as Prime Minister of Pakistan — and these websites launched.
NSA’s surveillance programme unveilled by Edward Snowden, Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sentenced to seven years in prison — and these websites launched.
The Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to a boy named Prince George Alexander Louis, Israelis and Palestinians resume direct talks for the first time in three years — and these websites launched.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos purchases the Washington Post newspaper, Edward Snowden granted temporary asylum in Russia — and these websites launched.
Costa Concordia salvage operation begins as ship is uprighted in Italy, US and Russian delegates reach agreement on Syrian chemical weapon disarmament — and these websites launched.
Congress shutdown pushes US economy close to default, EU and White House comment on US spying allegations — and these websites launched.
A volcanic eruption raises island in seas south of Tokyo, Japan, one of history’s worst storms on record hits the eastern Philippines — and these websites launched.
1st President of South Africa and Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela dies aged 95, Chinese spacecraft Chang'e 3 lands on the Moon — and these websites launched.