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February 7, 2013 | 0 likes | 0 comments
It's refreshing to see someone approach blog design with such a different mindset as Tobias van Schneider and Stephen Burgess did with Minimal Monkey. It's especially nice when the result is something so superb as this. Make sure you don't miss this one. Via Dribbble.
December 31, 2012 | 0 likes | 0 comments
A refreshing editorial home page layout that manages to stand out while at the same time feeling intuitive enough to quickly find quality content. The typography is killer, too. Sadly, some of the subpages deserve a little bit more attention to details. Still a wonderful site, though.
September 6, 2010 | 52 likes | 0 comments
This Brit has been one of the most influential web designers over the past couple of years as far as pushing for more visually powerful and unusual layouts go. Some of his previous works are truly masterpieces in their own right. When most of the really exciting interface designs lately have been apps, Mike has kept on designing more traditional websites, but at the same time making these really exciting and dazzling at the same time. You should follow Mike on Twitter.
August 10, 2010 | 98 likes | 0 comments
The use of whitespace and colors on Five Simple Steps' website is drop dead gorgeous. The grid in the design is wonderfully implemented and it's really impossible to resist the sudden urge to buy a book or two.
October 22, 2006 | 9 likes | 0 comments
Manhattan real estate agency coreywecler's online presence is sharp as hell. The design, layout, illustrations and navigation of this site perfectly add to the professional image of this small two-man firm. This is all thanks to Polish web agency Cookie. Kudos to them.
P.S. My favorite part of this site is how the floorplans of the properties are designed, laid out and implemented. It's so delicious.
April 3, 2005 | 3 likes | 0 comments
Mix it a better world!? What the...?! No matter what this Hong Kong agency means with this, it's important not to judge a website by its tagline. Nice site, blocky and beuatiful, even though the subnavigation is way too cluttered/clumsy.
March 21, 2005 | 1 like | 0 comments
Even though it's thrown together in one seemingly chaotic pile, the work on display is surprisingly easy to access. I found it hard to really understand what I was looking at, but at the same time it gave me quick and easy access to a large amount of nice work.
February 14, 2005 | 2 likes | 0 comments
The Mill is one of the world's most exciting visual effects companies with many memorable productions in their portfolio. Their long-awaited website features some nice features such as a highly distinct look and a very easy system of navigation. Flash used good.
January 29, 2005 | 2 likes | 0 comments
Maybe it's me, but I can't seem to find very many well-designed standards compliant sites out there done without the use of Flash. Here's a goody with flawless code and completely validating xhtml/css. It's beautiful, too.