When designing a website, you’ll often stumble upon a perfect design that you keep going back to for inspiration and a reference for excellence. Here are 5 websites that I keep going back to.
When designing a website, you’ll often stumble upon a perfect design that you keep going back to for inspiration and a reference for excellence. Here are 5 websites that I keep going back to. Huge Inc. It’s not often that you see perfection, but this website is pretty damn close. From the menu that rapidly became a design trend, to the clever use of the brand’s iconic H to show its work, this website is THE reference for user experience and design.
The effort put in to making every last amazing, is evident. The ingenious copy makes clicking around the website an entertaining experience. Not to mention, the perfect use of typography and color.
So maybe I’m bias because I love this tool, but I believe that Invision has a very solid website as far as User Experience goes. The video loop on the home page immediately draws you in while providing some foresight of the tool.
What I really love though are the details. The helpful toolbars that smoothly transition in as your scroll on the Blog page; The unique form fields that maintain the label when you start filling out your information on the Contact Form.
Also, let’s not forget that it’s a blueprint in terms of Conversion, making it easy for users to sign up.
Known for innovation, our favorite search engine lives up to its reputation with a series of websites designed to promote Google workspaces in several different cities. Besides the clean Material Design, the website is a showcase for intelligent UX design.
Cool products and a great website to show them off. What I love most about this website is the use of storytelling. Nest doesn’t just show you the product and the boring technical aspects, but instead shows you the benefits of the product in your day to day.
No surprise, right? The brand is still a reference for immaculate design and its website is the perfect example of this. There’s nothing too crazy in terms of interaction, but the simplicity and the clean look and feel really make the products stand out.