Maybe it’s my ADD, but it took me a while to get off of Jam3’s home page. I dare you to move your cursor around the page and through the copy. I’ve seen a similar this a couple of weeks ago when I was doing research for Radar (http://unmatchedstyle.com/radar/radar-39), and found The Top CodePens of 2013 – and spent way too much time at both the Pen and Jam3’s home page, just playing with the special effects. Going through the rest of the site, Jam3 prides themselves on the experimental nature of what they do for clients, and it’s actually reflected on their own website (the cobbler’s kids actually have shoes).
I really enjoy sites that has a color palette of three, and then sell their viewers with color that comes from pictures / images. The Instagram-like quality of the pictures (in the Work section), the cool transitions of the case-studies, and the detail put into the site makes you forgive any loading times (since I’m in a hotel with slow interwebs).