Searching for these strange, funny, and interesting websites is really fun. I spent hours using all of the search engines in the known universe and I chose these among the many because they’re unique.
I know that many of you guys are stressed or bored (or stressed and bored), that’s why you should check the following and let your mind be blown away!
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October has ended and many great web designs have emerged from creative individuals at! As such, I will be featuring popular web designs of each month, again! This list may be a week late but expect a jolting sensation as you scroll down and marvel at each layouts. Don’t forget to comment below on what your personal picks are. I wish you’ll read this introduction, telling you the truth if I were the reader I’ll just skip to the list as soon as it loads. Read More
Textures are great way to highlight your website, give it an unique look and stand out from crowd offering something people have never seen and known is possible to do. With new browser and coding features you can design almost everything and make it web-safe. And I prefer textured websites much more than outworn web 2.0 style which is so 2008, subtle gradients tied with new technologies and possibilities are very popular in our days.
That’s why I gathered many excellent examples with highly detailed websites using textures as one of the most important design elements.Read More
A slideshow is a display of a series of chosen pictures, which is done for artistic or instructional purposes. One of the interesting trends today is representing the key information in slideshow presentation. There are many reasons to use a slideshow or image slider in your web designs as the key to smart strategic Web design is finding a smartest and interactive way to display your information to your visitors.Read More
Spring is one of the most spectacular season of the year. Nature goes green, birds are coming home and sun is shining more intensive. For this reason I would like to help you find new ideas and get inspired. Web designers like to use green color, you can find various websites with different niches designed in green.Read More
In this inspirational showcase article, I collected a little bit different blogs – usually blogs serve for one purpose – design or function. Just a few blog designs fulfil both important tasks, I thought I will find a lot more design suitable for this article before I started.
Here you’ll find a lot of beautiful simplicity and functionality where design really works and matters! Enjoy and hope you will learn good things from those blog designs and implement in your own designs as well!
E-commerce stores are rarely a thing of beauty and for good reason: user experience is far more important than cutting edge design when it comes to these kinds of sites. Online stores must be functional, accessible and user-friendly for everyone that visits them, which counts out wacky, experimental designs and layouts.
This doesn’t mean that e-commerce sites have to be boring though far from it! The best ones marry simplicity with a certain level of invention and plenty of style.Read More
Shopping cart optimization has always been a challenge for online retailers. To the end-user, it seems like a simple step to purchasing, however there are many factors that go into having a nicely designed shopping cart. If you are struggling to get users to convert during your checkout process, use some of these tips to help keep customers in the sales process.Read More
Apple has always been showing what beautiful design means in all their designs, products, icons, websites. But what really make Apple design stand out from the crowd? Why it receives so big attention, so many awards, what’s so special in it?
I wanted to find it out so that’s why I created this Apple type inspirational post showcasing all the best Apple inspired website designs and in the meantime I also analyzed Apple website as well trying to drop down important points and explain why their design and approach works. It was very interesting study for myself and also I got reason to put all this stuff in easy to read and transparent way.Read More
HTML5, the next major revision of HTML, the language of the internet, is set to revolutionize the way web developers and designers create websites and the way visitors use them. It’s being edited by Ian Hickson of Google and David Hyatt of Apple, two of the web’s greatest creative minds.Read More