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32 of the Best Website Designs to Inspire You in 2020

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32 of the Best Website Designs to Inspire You in 2020

32 of the Best Website Designs to Inspire You in 2020 Every once in a while, I’ll come across a website that really draws me in. So, I found 32 of them to show you. These sites push the boundaries of what is known to be possible on the web. Whether it’s the design aesthetic, usability, interactivity, sound design, or value that the site provides, each one is a masterpiece in its respective industry, and something to be inspired by. Not surprisingly, many organizations exist to highlight these sites and the contributions they make to the web. To help surface some of the most inspirational designs, I gathered 32 award-winners that… 32 of the Best Website Designs to Inspire You in 2020
Every once in a while, I’ll come across a website that really draws me in. So, I found 32 of them to show you. These sites push the boundaries of what is known to be possible on the web. Whether it’s the design aesthetic, usability, interactivity, sound design, or value that the site provides, each one is a masterpiece in its respective industry, and something to be inspired by. Not surprisingly, many organizations exist to highlight these sites and the contributions they make to the web. To help surface some of the most inspirational designs, I gathered 32 award-winners that have made their way through several key awards organizations — including Awwwards, UX Awards, The Webby Awards, SiteInspire, Best Website Gallery, and FWA. Click the links below to jump to a group of website designs that crushed it in the last several years: Best Website Designs from 2014 – 2015 Best Website Designs from 2016 Best Website Designs from 2017 Best Website Designs from 2018 Best Website Designs from 2019 Other Cool Website Designs  Website Design Ideas Below this list, I also found six more websites whose homepage designs are just plain cool and worth learning from. As you browse through the list, know that each site excels in its own way and seeks to serve a unique purpose. While one site may be an excellent example of visual design, another may be an excellent example of interactivity. This means that not all of these sites may be “conversion machines” or blueprint ideas that you can easily copy over to your site. Rather, they’re great ways to gain some website design inspiration and see the cutting-edge marketing that’s happening in the different corners of the web. Best Website Designs Virgin America Feed ETQ Mikiya Kobayashi The History of Climate Change Beagle Woven Magazine JOHO’s Bean World of SWISS Rainforest Guardians Protest Sportswear The Teacher’s Guild Inside Abbey Road Simply Chocolate NOWNESS Citrix: The New Mobile Workforce crypton.trading Southwest: Heart of Travel Reductress Overflow Frans Hals Museum Minimums The Octopus: Design Blog by IDEO Nomadic Tribe MovieMark Guillaume Tomasi The District Tej Chauhan Amanda Martocchio Architecture The District Tej Chauhan Amanda Martocchio Architecture Beautiful Award-Winning Websites And the awards go to … Best Website Designs from 2014 – 2015 1. Virgin America Award: Most Significant Industry Evolution, 2014 UX Awards In a world where airline websites are known to be riddled with major usability issues, Virgin America has one of the best websites that pushes usability, accessibility, and responsive design forward. In fact, it’s been named as the first truly responsive airline website, a new precedent in the industry. Featured by UX Awards 2. Feed Award: Site of the Day (6/6/2015), Awwwards Not only is Feed an interesting concept, but it also has a stunning execution that challenges our understanding of what is possible on the web. Through a creative blend of animation and video, the site immerses the user into a very engaging experience. As an atypical site, it contains several unique usability elements as well, including a navigation that doubles as a scroll progress bar. Featured by Awwwards 3. ETQ Award: Site of the Day (5/19/2015), Awwwards ETQ takes a very minimalistic approach to ecommerce with their stripped-down site with big, compelling visuals of their product. Simple, flat, color-based backgrounds accompanied by strong typography help to keep the focus on exactly what the user came there to see: shoes. Featured by Awwwards 4. Mikiya Kobayashi Award: Site of the Day (7/4/2015), Awwwards Mikiya is a Product Designer with a minimalistic portfolio that showcases his work through strong photography and subtle animations. His full site was originally created in Japanese and then tran…

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