Create a microsite based on the interaction of scrolling, using skrollr.
I'd never even heard of skrollr before this project. This project was a learning experience up front, and once I was comfortable manipulating the code, I allowed the project to get more conceptually complex.
I carefully curated the scrolling pattern of each individual window, so that the user doesn't have an overwhelming amount of control, but they can still manipulate the image on the screen by stopping at different points in the scroll.
I love the fact that variability makes the user's experience new each time. I added variability of window order, font size, font family, and shade of gray, which changes on each reload so it's never the same, even though the operation of the site is very simple.