Inspiration
posted by Maan

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #26

Weekly Web Design Inspiration #26

When you are creating a new website you may be inspired by seeing other sites that are beautifully designed. As a web designer, it’s a must to know the current trend, particularly in web designs there’s always new trends emerging quite often. We have seen a lot of trends passed us in a couple of years like web2.0 styles to grunge, hand drawn, big fonts, illustration designs, eCommerce Etc. Now in this Series we collected a different web design like Responsive web design, Retro web design, Minimal web design, Photography, Typography, Infinite Scroll, Single page, Full screen, Clean,

Editor note: This post is the series of weekly web design inspiration. Feel free to submit  your recommendation. Check it out this weekly web design and let us know what do you think.

Tayma

web design inspiration

Diesel

web design inspiration

Portraits with Carter Kustera

web design inspiration

Oakley Airbrake MX

web design inspiration

CO3

web design inspiration

Magic City

web design inspiration

ELI

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numéro10

web design inspiration

RCZ Test Driver

web design inspiration

Lexus Europe

web design inspiration

BKWLD

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Coffee Surfing illy

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Vacheron Constantin – Florilège

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Solasié, rugby and travel wear

web design inspiration

 

TV Safety

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Martini Royale Casting 

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BBC Me concept

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Linius – Video Virtualization Engine

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HUB

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Loyd Tea – The Magical Land

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Food Search

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Maan

21 year old designer, blogger and front-end developer. love to share creative design and inspiration.

  • Blue Hand

    I read the blog very informative post i gain a new things about the web design thanks for sharing.

  • Long Island Web Design

    At first I thought the oakley site you showcased was going to be a great site. The loading screen killed the design in our opinion. It has some cool animations but overall it chose style over substance.

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