If the websites I already mentioned didn’t do the trick, here are 10 additional site suggestions from other members of our design team.
If you’re looking for an example of a clean and well-organized user interface, this is the website suggestion from Dan Williams, our digital design lead. Be sure to take note of its seamless switch between desktop and mobile with their easy-to-use icons.
Implement Consulting Group
Typography is the centerpiece of this website design, so while you scroll, the information is broken up by different text styles and sizes. The use of color to lead visitors throughout the website is something to note too.
This website uses video to tell a story, with a simplistic design.
Archivio Storico is another website which uses video to tell an interactive story, this time about the history of connection. It employs a clean user interface, quick load times and a fantastic user experience to take them on a journey. It’s a great suggestion from our associate creative director, Jonah Otchy.
High Performance Sport New Zealand
This website uses image patterns and motion that follows your mouse’s movements. The design is sleek, simple and easy to navigate. If you scroll through the site, there are even some clickable extras that add a nice touch to their design.
Yuto Takahashi, a designer from Japan, combines animation and color to reveal detail as you scroll.
This payment platform has been making headlines in the technology world, so it’s no surprise that Mike Bell, vice president of creative, finds inspiration from this business leader. The design and motion graphics of Stripe’s site enhance the user experience without overwhelming or interrupting the content. Video is also incorporated into the design without being “just another big video background.” And, navigation is easy, featuring a more traditional approach with an action menu at the top of the page.
Something that is important for Mike is whether or not a website works seamlessly on both desktop and mobile. Algo segments information into interesting blocks, taking advantage of squares and other shapes. Entertaining motion, bold colors and a consistent experience set this website apart.
Another animated load screen; I think I’m starting to notice a trend. Art director and graphic designer, Louis Ansa, combines animation and image overlay throughout the site. He sticks to a clean design and easy-to-use navigation.
The User Is Drunk
And last but not least, Richard gets drunk and tests websites, putting them through the ultimate simplicity test: Can a drunk person use it? What’s not to love?