The 35 Most Amazing & Beautiful Websites in 2011

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Today I present you with some amazing looking websites. In the ongoing struggle to build powerful online brands, people are becoming more creative every day. New artistic styles are emerging and web design as we know it is being transformed. The beautiful websites listed in this post are the perfect example of this concept.

Take your time as you browse through these websites. Notice the structure, the creativity, and the outside-the-box approach to their designs. These websites exemplify the true meaning of creativity.

The 35 Most Amazing & Beautiful Websites in 2011

If you operate a website or a blog then pay attention. These amazing websites are doing what it takes to grab people’s attention. Are you? If not, then learn from the following examples. Draw inspiration from the most beautiful websites on the internet and then improve yourselves and your websites with what you learn.

Old Loft

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Nine Lion

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Squared Eye

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Bouladier

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Dara’s Garden

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Jeff Sarmiento

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Freelenz

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Level 2 Design

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Sensisoft

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Vimeo

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Dean Oakley

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Stoodeo

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Jiri Tvrdek

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Osvaldas

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Matt Dempsey

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Kinetic Technology Group

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Hull Digital Live HD

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Dialogix

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Black Moon Design

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Creative People

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Matt Salik

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Calypso Water Park

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Tori’s Eye

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Filcka

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Trinta

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Ewout van Lambalgen

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David Hellmann

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Tracy Apps Design

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Dripping Sunshine

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Creative Spaces

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Feed Stitch

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Prairie Fest

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The Great Bearded Reef

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84 Colors

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Mail Chimp

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Group Reflection

I already know what you’re thinking: “Nick. You forgot about (insert website here). That site is an amazing website that should be included in your list.

And you know what? You’re probably right. So go ahead and tell me and if I think that it’s one of the most beautiful websites on the internet then I’ll add it to the list. I’ll see you in the comments!

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  1. January 25, 2010

    Tony said:

    I’m currently reading “The Principles of Beautiful Web Design” and this article came right at the nick of time! It’s always great to have examples to follow and also be inspired to do even better.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: The Secret to Finding Better People to Follow on Twitter =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Tony » I guess it did. This will provide the perfect support for an article on that kind of a topic.


    • February 4, 2011

      Shayne said:

      I have always liked the Mail Chimp branding. The mascot is awesome.


  2. January 25, 2010

    Eric B. said:

    Some very nice examples here! I really like the background on Vimeo. If I have some spare time (which I never do), I’ll have to go and figure out how they do that!

    Thanks for sharing!
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Nice Pull Quotes With CSS =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Eric B. » The way that Vimeo looks is one of the major reasons that I use them instead of YouTube.


  3. January 25, 2010

    Brandon Diaz said:

    Usually when these showcases crop up, I just skim over them, as they generally have the same websites I’ve seen on so many showcases before it.

    While there were quite a few I’ve known about, I was happily surprised at some fresh designs to bookmark. I love the color use in Filcka and Trinta.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Brandon Diaz » Great to hear that. I sifted through about 500 websites to come up with this list and I’m absolutely convinced that these really are some of the best looking websites on the internet.


  4. January 25, 2010

    Derek Jensen said:

    What I have noticed in all of these designs is that they have designed and created their sites to do the following actions:

    1. Make a good representation and attract new audience members

    2. Focus around their overall purpose and relate that into the functionality and layout of the site

    3. Break barriers and letting the creative side be known

    As a blogger and a design student (not graphic design) I am really attracted to a site like the 35 above. But, as a blogger you certainly do not want to be a creative as these sites in terms of design/ layout. You want to grab certain aspects and the thinking that went behind these designs.

    Why did they organize their header the way they did, etc.?

    Nick, a great next post would be to focus on 5 of these beautiful websites and critique or analyze them in a bloggers perspective. Why should bloggers care about their design or what can they specifically learn from them.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Derek Jensen » Let’s right one together. I think that is a terrific idea for a post. Hit me up on skype and we’ll work something out.


  5. January 25, 2010

    Don Gilbert said:

    Great list Nick. I haven’t even been to most of those sites.

    Once site that I really like the design of and think is very “beautiful” as you put it, is http://scr.im. Check it out sometime. It’s made by the same guy who developed the Admin Bar I told you about.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Blogging Goals for 2009 – A Look Back =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Don Gilbert » That is a very amazing looking website but I can’t add it to the list because it’s out of date. The copyright still says 2009. 😉


  6. January 25, 2010

    Ron Leyba said:

    Level 2 design is simply the best. Simple but it really shows what the site does. Designs!
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Sikat Ang Pinoy =-.


  7. January 25, 2010

    Self Improvement said:

    Holy smokes, these websites look amazing. I never seem some that good..and I’ve seen good ones before. It’s crazy how when you look at the VERY FIRST websites and today’s website design, it’s so different.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: How To Get More From Life This Instant =-.


  8. January 25, 2010

    Dave Doolin | Website In A Weekend said:

    Has anyone checked the traffic numbers and conversion rates for these sites?

    I’m not the biggest fan of SS101 design (sorry Nick), but I very strongly suspect SS101 traffic blows most of these away. Big time.

    My site design sucks way worse than SS101 to be sure, but a couple of spot checks shows my traffic pummels some these sites. And I’m not even working it that hard, certainly not as hard as Nick.

    Don’t sell yourselves short, folks! Content is the cake. Design is the icing.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Saturday Morning Surfing – Oversharing is *not* intimacy =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Dave Doolin | Website In A Weekend » No need to be sorry. You know that I value negative feedback. I always appreciate the other perspective on it. Just remember that they aren’t going for lots of traffic. Many of them are design sites where people just send a few referrals to and they quickly become clients. So the few hits they do get are possibly worth more than the many hits that we get. They may be measuring success in a different way than we do.


      • January 26, 2010

        Dave Doolin | Website In A Weekend said:

        You’re absolutely correct, Nick, noting their definitions of success may differ.

        This is true for me as well. One very important goal for my site is demonstrating technical competence with php and back end coding. I’m not a front end coder, not at all, my code almost always runs invisibly.

        So a measure of my success is respect from colleagues coding on the back end.

        Just as a measure of success for many of these websites is the respect of their peers in the design world.

        Still, I’ll take the traffic, thankyouverymuch.
        .-= My Latest Blog Post: MasterMind Power III: The 5 Ws Of a Successful Mastermind Group =-.


        • January 26, 2010

          Nicholas Cardot said:

          Dave Doolin | Website In A Weekend » Ha ha. I’ll take the traffic also, but as you say their desire for success may be summed up in the desire for the respect of their designing colleagues.


  9. January 25, 2010

    Arcnerva Web Design said:

    Hey, where is our site? Haha, just kidding. I have seen some of them before and some are new faces.

    Oh and SS101’s design looks nice. Not sure about the left justification but hey, its unique, which is cool.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Arcnerva Web Design » Thanks. Yeah, it is kind of different but the template doesn’t offer an alternative format so I just left it that way. I don’t know any other sites that do that so it’s kind of unique.


  10. January 25, 2010

    olybop said:

    Very nioe selection oO very nice effects on some website
    great post
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: #5 concours Anniversaire : 6 tee-shirt Kiss my Art avec Lafamille-Store =-.


  11. January 25, 2010

    Osvaldas said:

    That’s a pleasure to be mentioned under that kind of title and among such a great websites. Thank you!


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Osvaldas » You easily deserve it. Your site looks stunning. You did a great job putting it together. I’m very impressed with it.


  12. January 25, 2010

    nFormas design said:

    Thanks so much for the collection and references…


  13. January 25, 2010

    Gonzo the Great said:

    Hi Nick,

    great collection of very inspiring websites! (missing n-design website?)

    It’s quite obvious that the designs from blogging templates have set a trend for this year.

    Thanks for sharing, Cheers & Ciao ..
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Free Blog Promotion to Boost Traffic =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Gonzo the Great » Thanks. You just gave me a great idea. I should do a round up one of these weeks of the best looking blogs for the year. That’s a cool idea. By the way, N-Design really is amazing. I’ve added it to the list.


  14. January 25, 2010

    Nadia said:

    Impressive. I admire the creativity, imagination, intelligence and focus of the owners and web designers.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Nadia » I do also. These people really know what they’re doing. I’m just bedazzled by their work.


  15. January 25, 2010

    Glen said:

    While I do like sites that look good I don’t like going to a site and having to click again to get to the content.

    I’m probably in the minority on this but if I went to most of these sites I’d probably just look at the page, leave and never return..
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: What it Feels Like Posting Video of Yourself-Part Two =-.


  16. January 25, 2010

    Reed Botwright said:

    Love the list! Especially Matt Salik’s.

    A comment on traffic and access to content: you are correct about featuring content on the front page, but only for blogs. Quite a few of these sites are either designer portfolio sites or web apps. Especially for the portfolio pieces, to put anything but an emphasis on the graphics would be a waste of our eyeballs.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Reed Botwright » I concur. I have nothing more to really add to that. They are looking to impress clients, not drive massive amounts of traffic.


  17. January 25, 2010

    Eric said:

    Design is very nice, yes, and content is still one of the most important things over all.

    However, these sites do look very interesting but I think a lot of them look like they’re just trying to over do it. That’s just my take on it.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: The Way I Blog With Ease =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Eric » That’s certainly an interesting take on it. Notice that many of them are designers themselves so I think that it kind of makes sense for them to try to show of the best of the best of their abilities.


  18. January 25, 2010

    Tycoon Blogger said:

    Creative People has a killer site. These are great sites and most are web design firms which makes sense since it is their business to have a great site design. I did not see too many blogs in the mix..
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: What is Co-Blogging? and 7 reasons why it might be a good idea =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Tycoon Blogger » They really do. As far as blogs, I’ll probably be putting together a collection of the most beautiful blogs in the near future. That would certainly make an excellent post also.


  19. January 25, 2010

    Ed said:

    Great collection! Looking forward to some new posts about more blog designs!


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Ed » Great. I’m definitely going to be working to keep fresh, impressive designs in front of all of us so that we can all keep improving our sites.


  20. January 25, 2010

    Ben l Awesome Wallpapers said:

    Amazing designs! I like Tracy Apps Design, and Calypso Water Park the best:)
    Also, I think Web Designer Wall is another great example of a beautiful website:)
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Windows Vista Wallpaper Set 20 =-.


  21. January 25, 2010

    Lee Ka Hoong said:

    Great list of beautiful website Nick! The design from Level 2 Design looked superb and creative. I appreciate web designers as they always have some creative art work especially they can do whatever design for their websites and blogs.

    I have 1 or 2 blogs with great design on my mind, but just have yet to come to my head…I’ll list here once they come to my head..

    Anyway, great collection Nick!

    Cheers,
    Lee


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Lee Ka Hoong » Me too. I’m always impressed with the work of a good designer. I think that people drastically underestimate the importance of a great design.


      • January 29, 2010

        Lee Ka Hoong said:

        Yea, absolutely! I definitely appreciate their awesome design all the times. A great design definitely helps in building brand for your blog, if we are not good in design, then it’s better to outsource it. I plan to outsource my blog theme design later on as well.


  22. January 25, 2010

    Suresh Khanal said:

    Each design is supreme and very attractive. Some are so luxurious like lensisoft and level 2 design! Great.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Reader-friendly Blog Design – Checklist. =-.


    • January 25, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Suresh Khanal » I completely agree and I’m glad that you like them. These designers definitely did a great job.


  23. January 25, 2010

    Ben Lang said:

    Wow those sites are incredible, the more unique the more beautiful they are 🙂


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Ben Lang » They sure are. I completely agree. These sites are amazing to look at.


  24. January 25, 2010

    Shawn K. said:

    I feel inadequate, I consider myself a good web developer / designer…but when I look at many of these I just can’t compare.

    I’ve never been able to even grasp perfecting myself graphically.

    The best work I’ve done all on my own is my main website.
    http://neotelos.com/

    I’d really like to see broken down design patterns/tutorials of how these designers made these pages.
    Every time I look into design tips I tend to get a little bit better! 🙂

    *btw, I like that “notify me of followup comments”, it’ll help remember me to check back here
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Adsense and AJAX: A Solution =-.


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Shawn K. » We definitely need to have some break downs of the principles used in the design of these sites. That’s for sure. We’ll have to come up with something.


  25. January 26, 2010

    sernan said:

    nice collection, impressive indeed… most of the developers did such a nice job, having an awesome design also attracts visitors and adds credibility to the site.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Lessons we learn in College =-.


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      sernan » It sure does. What better way to show credibly as a designer than to present your potential clients with amazing designs.


  26. January 26, 2010

    Olusegun Adedokun said:

    Waoh,
    Talk about being spoilt for choice.

    I’m having a hard time choosing my favourite between level2design. bouladier and calypso.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: How To Build A List Using A Squeeze Page And An Autoresponder 2 =-.


  27. January 26, 2010

    Seth W said:

    While I find that these sites are beautiful, many of them I think are just artwork and not as useful for converting readers.

    Also, a few of these sites load very slowly due to their large images.

    I think what they do is incredible, but if you are a blogger without a site like that I say, “No Worries” because your goals are usually far different then theirs.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: How to Write Content Like a King =-.


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Seth W » I certainly agree with you. I think that they’re intended goals are certainly different than ours but they do have some terrific concepts that we can learn from.


  28. January 26, 2010

    Shamim said:

    Hey! I am really amazed to see their blog. The designs they are using is Awesome. But the designs is only applicable on personal site.
    Will it be good if i use some high crafted design on any of the SEO blog?


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Shamim » You have to find a good balance. You want to make something that looks amazing but you still want it to load quickly and provide an easy navigation structure for your users.


  29. January 26, 2010

    Will Fowler | Payday Loans said:

    Greats sites nick I’d say that this newer look of these sites is very earthy lot of earth tones a little grungy not so squeaky clean like original web 2.0 sites. I really like these and of course I often use vimeo.com, and feedstitch very useful sites. -will


    • January 26, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Will Fowler | Payday Loans » I’m a big fan of textures and earth tones. I’m really not fond of the web 2.0 and glossy look. It spread so quickly and exploded onto so many sites that it just got old too quickly to me.


  30. January 27, 2010

    Fire said:

    Thank Nicholas. All the examples are really inspiring us and we just figure out the idea for our next coming blog.

    What a true inspiration!

    Thanks
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Odette Yustman – The Beauty that Shine =-.


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Fire » That’s great. I hope that you’ll send me a link when you get it up. I definitely want to see that.


  31. January 27, 2010

    Antoine Guédès said:

    Really awesome websites!
    Great list.

    Here is a website I really enjoy a lot: http://www.rubbik.com
    Have a look, you should enjoy.


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Antoine Guédès » Wow! Rubik really does look great. Thanks for that link. It’s awesome.


  32. January 27, 2010

    Shane said:

    Awesome collection!

    Good webdesign really is something to behold.
    Although, looking through all of those examples, it does seem that there is a certain “cool in 2010” look to them – a certain similarity that most of them share.

    Cheers,
    Shane
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Wealthy Affiliate Review =-.


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Shane » It’s a very organic look that’s been emerging recently in the world of design. It requires much more time and skill than much of the gloss Web 2.0 styles that were so prevalent a few short years ago.


  33. January 27, 2010

    Ian Paul Marshall said:

    Wow!!! Lot’s of great inspiration here. Thanks so much for putting this together.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Secret To Success =-.


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Ian Paul Marshall » You’re welcome. I had a really good time digging through these sites and thinking about the design trends that have been emerging recently.


  34. January 27, 2010

    Matthijs Groen said:

    Seriously, some sites are pure Flash. That is not a website, its a datafile loaded an external computer program, with a display box in the browser. A website is something the browser renders and brings to life. A website is HTML + CSS + Javascript.

    There are some great designs there though, but not all of them are websites.


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Matthijs Groen » I’m pretty sure that a flash website is still classified as a website. I included very few websites that are 100% flash anyways so I’m not sure why that’s overly relevant anyways.


  35. January 28, 2010

    Neil Smith said:

    Wow, you should simply rename this list to “35 websites that look like they were designed by the same person”

    Are they beautifully designed? Yes!

    Are they original? No!


    • January 28, 2010

      Nicholas Cardot said:

      Neil Smith » Ha ha. That’s a funny critique. You think they all look like they were designed by the same person? There is such a variety of styles, colors, elements and features that I feel compelled to strongly disagree with you.


      • January 28, 2010

        Shawn K. said:

        As am I, that comment is quite ignorant. [not your response, the other guy]

        Although, I will admit more variety can be found. (not that you don’t have variety already)
        I wish I had recalled the url…there is a firm that has worked with Nintendo and Car manufactures many times that makes amazing websites, their homepage has been an inspiration to many developers.
        .-= My Latest Blog Post: Blogging & SEO: An Old Dog’s Guide =-.


  36. January 29, 2010

    Brendon Grobler said:

    Some great examples of illustration here.

    This may be a little off topic but I have to compliment sitesketch101 on some of the best comment styling I have seen. Awesome.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Judy =-.


  37. January 31, 2010

    King Sidharth in Meditation said:

    This was much needed. I am redesigning my teen enterprise website and it was really helpful. Thanks Nick
    Btw check out my site, would like to have a critique?


  38. February 7, 2010

    Ali Lane said:

    Honoured to have my site listed in this post! :]


  39. February 16, 2010

    rabsin_d said:

    This sight also is a beautiful website: http://rabsing.com/
    You might want to check it out.
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: Webthesurfi rugs webdesign =-.


  40. March 31, 2010

    tapps said:

    wow. how did i miss this before? i’m humbled and beyond honored to be included in such an amazing list of beautiful websites. what a great collection of talent 🙂 thanks so much!
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: milengo – website redesign & social media branding =-.


  41. May 4, 2010

    Ramsey said:

    Awesome post. I’ve certainly seen several of these sites floating around on various “beautiful” websites blog posts but some of them are new and fresh, so thanks! I absolutely love “Prairie Fest”!! I’d love to get a crit of my own site if you have time! Off to subscribe to your RSS… 😉
    .-= My Latest Blog Post: 22 Minute Interview – Ashley Whyland, PRCA/WPRA and IPRA Barrel Racer =-.


  42. June 19, 2010

    technology said:

    Dave Doolin | Website In A Weekend » No need to be sorry. You know that I value negative feedback. I always appreciate the other perspective on it. Just remember that they aren’t going for lots of traffic. Many of them are design sites where people just send a few referrals to and they quickly become clients.


  43. June 29, 2010

    Travis said:

    Good inspiration. Alot of these are using more cartoons.


  44. July 25, 2010

    Penni Pietsch said:

    I found this beautiful website that has a 3D papercraft banner.
    http://www.louloudreaming.com
    It’s very soft and 3D and just beautiful. The owner made it herself ‘cos she put an article up about how she made it…genious!


  45. July 27, 2010

    Karen Cole said:

    If you want, you can check out and use a pic or thumbnail etc. of Rainbow Writing, Inc’s website at the URL I gave you, if you think it qualifies. It’s an MS Expression Web 3 site I have been working on for the past 7 1/2 years and it started out as a “mere” FrontPage website. It is now fairly interesting and gets me my clients on a fairly regular basis.


  46. August 7, 2010

    Peter said:

    Really good list of beautiful websites you have.

    I see that Mail Chimp is on the list. Apart from a good design, I also like their sense of humour.


  47. August 16, 2010

    sumegha said:

    Hey,

    i think http://www.nsdtech.com is a vety good example of jquery based sites…its worth a look.

    Sumegha


  48. August 26, 2010

    Combat Pack said:

    These beautiful websites are great, I wish I could design my own to look that cool.


  49. August 30, 2010

    John Rocker said:

    I think http://tapbots.com fits in, and http://beautifulpixels.com.
    I also think http://tjkohl.co.cc is pretty beautiful.
    It’s owned by a renowned web designer.


  50. September 2, 2010

    mobsguy said:

    Beautiful websites, its been so long since I really wanted to create a website design of my own but dont know how…


  51. September 16, 2010

    Rak Design said:

    Simply excellent collection and good to see our friends are on the list of the best! Well done!


    • October 2, 2010

      NIck Enh said:

      I will say add your truly to it as well. Your blog’s design also looks awesome so add your to it 😉


  52. October 3, 2010

    Jacob said:

    Have a look at:

    http://www.bluuur.com

    It’s definitely up there with these top 35.


  53. October 19, 2010

    Peter said:

    I must say that I’m disappointed.


  54. November 2, 2010

    Vanessa Lee said:

    Hey I like this huh! cool! Keep it up!


  55. November 10, 2010

    John said:

    I also like the looks and feel of this site. It’s not unlike the Dripping sunshine


  56. November 13, 2010

    Janice said:

    Really beautiful and very artistic. I like all of it


  57. December 7, 2010

    Tom Toner said:

    Fantastic collection of examples of beautiful websites.

    Although many I was already aware of, lots of them were infact a breath of fresh to me.

    I like the mixture of designs that you chose to focus on, ranging from texture or typography, right through to illustration.

    Nice work! look forward to reading some more from you.

    Tom (http://www.tomtoner.com)


  58. January 2, 2011

    Ian Jankielsohn said:

    Thank You – this has been fun & informative. I Am deLighted.
    Blessings for a Joyous & miraculous year.


  59. January 10, 2011

    Jason said:

    Hmm bro really nice collection.I personally like 84 colors.


  60. January 13, 2011

    Jeremy said:

    that’s really great and beautiful site.i thought it was a wallpaper.lol


  61. January 26, 2011

    Claire Bright said:

    These sites look truly awesome but I guess they don’t fit into my business site. But they’re really inspiring to re-visit my personal blog. Great post!


  62. February 2, 2011

    Scott said:

    Is it me, or do a lot of these sites look like they were designed with the same software-with similar color pallettes and retro themes- including this site (even though they do look great)?


  63. February 10, 2011

    Harry said:

    Your websites are all amazing great choices!!!!


  64. February 27, 2011

    niguse said:

    design…….i luv it!


  65. March 1, 2011

    Integraphix Inc said:

    These are beautiful! They’re so concise and just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing these gems.


  66. March 4, 2011

    Jane K Elvisky said:

    Lovely websites, I wish I was so skilled in web design.


    • April 13, 2011

      aliceJane said:

      I really like “Creative people” they are the best but I have to admit there is big competition. I like your taste 🙂


  67. May 3, 2011

    Rahul said:

    CoOl WeBSiteS ThnKS DuDe….


  68. June 24, 2011

    Vipul Survase said:

    Is it a one man army webstie. I meant, do you do all the stuff like designing, coding, etc., all by yourself?


  69. July 18, 2011

    Cole J. Adrian said:

    very nice layouts


  70. August 8, 2011

    HotToys said:

    Wow! very inspirational list. thanks for good post.


  71. September 3, 2011

    John said:

    Really some great beautiful websites. like all site design. thanks for sharing
    My Latest Blog is beautiful websites http://textilestudy.com And http://online-education4u.com.


  72. September 3, 2011

    John said:

    woow Great websites list.


  73. October 7, 2011

    zes said:

    These are very creative site. My site only has one of those free wp themes. Vimeo really looked great!


  74. October 14, 2011

    Christmas Toys said:

    There’s some awesome templates on elegant themes, those ones are highly recommended in my book.


  75. October 20, 2011

    Raj Mehta said:

    Nice collection and awesome sites

    🙂


  76. October 24, 2011

    JHN said:

    Some very inspiring websites, Trinta is very clean and user friendly as-well !


  77. November 3, 2011

    Julianne Mullin said:

    Such an inspiring series of websites. Thank you for mining these examples and sharing them…


  78. November 16, 2011

    Sean Jenkins said:

    I am always looking for inspiration and this gave me loads. I’m a web developer and not a great web designer but I do my best. But I must say I’m happy with the way my site turned out.

    Thanks for the inspiration


  79. November 23, 2011

    r0man.de said:

    Oh yea, they are pretty awesome.

    ,,Creative People” is my favorite, just nice..


  80. November 26, 2011

    Steve said:

    My favourite is the Sensisoft website, it really transports you to each place, like a setting in a novel.

    It does sacrifice some functionality/practicality, at least for those not willing to spend a little extra time navigating the non-traditional site, but given it’s target market, i think this is probably acceptable.

    http://www.luxjuice.lu is another site i think is very well put together, not as powerful technically as sensisoft but the feel is very evocative and the style smooth.


  81. December 14, 2011

    uche | Web designer in Nigeria said:

    Great Collection man, i love the Prairie Fest and Tracy Apps Design they are my favorite


  82. December 21, 2011

    Joy Parks said:

    I always want to come back here to check on these sites. They really have good designs.


  83. December 21, 2011

    Joy Parks said:

    I always love to come back to these sites once in a while. They really have good designs.


  84. December 29, 2011

    Bella said:

    hey, pretty cool collection at one place, i personally like the DIALOGIX and MAIL CHIMP, both designs are rock solid and giving complete website look. BTW the BLACK MOON DESIGN feels like 3D and it is cool too but i wish the color should be more brighter. Really Nice work, wish i could be such a good designer one day.

    My Blog : iPad News


  85. January 23, 2012

    Toan Duong said:

    Amazing collection of sites, perfect for getting some ideas for my upcoming design. Thanks!


  86. January 24, 2012

    Fotoviva Art Prints said:

    I love these type of posts that give so much inspiration for designers and artists. Bookmarked!


  87. March 24, 2012

    sağlık videoları said:

    hey thank you nicolas tutorial is beautiful..


  88. April 16, 2012

    Ryson said:

    i’ve visited this website http://www.goomia.net and i think it is the most beautiful website i’ve ever seen


  89. May 2, 2012

    Jenny said:

    I think that there are a lot of web designers out there…but many get over looked…imjtk.com does awesome work for half the price of most and twice as quick..he does really awesome websites…think you should check him out.


  90. May 13, 2012

    Anupam Singh said:

    Blogging, specifically is an art of presentation. Far more than the content, what counts is the first look of a website. You can not hook your reader to your Blog without quality content, but to get someone to stop by your site is an altogether different art.
    Take a Look at http://talk2anupamsingh.blogspot.in/ and the design presentation of this blog.


  91. May 22, 2012

    dany said:

    i like it


  92. June 3, 2012

    brandon said:

    SENSISOFT is so freakin awesome, can I like marry your brain!


  93. June 27, 2012

    lynelle paulick said:

    Adam Lambert’s site is quite beautiful, but you may find it a bit complex. Plus, it is ever-changing. But it’s still beautiful, color-, theme-, and content-wise. Thanks for the consideration.

    I think it’s adamofficial.com


  94. August 20, 2012

    David said:

    Nice collection. Beautiful site


  95. September 21, 2012

    Lelala said:

    Wow, thank you very much for that very inspiring collection of awesome designs.
    Especially the hand full of darker designs is nice among your list 🙂


  96. October 7, 2012

    Adrian said:

    Well, u guys should check out this site:

    http://www.tmonyc.com

    cached my eyes indeed 🙂


  97. October 24, 2012

    Patrick K said:

    Hello there!

    Please take a quick look here: http://www.cleek.com.br/

    Its a brazilian site with an amazing design!


  98. February 26, 2013

    arun said:

    nice creative work…
    by seeing above sites getting inspired to do some creative work on sites.. will get back soon with some creativity..




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