15 Websites With Creative Design & Features

A perfect layout, A Good Design and Nice resource can produce a creative output. Layout, textures and patterns are used more often than one may think but the outcome of different combination can result verity of designs. Professionalism is built upon knowledge and experience.

A Web designer always need to improve his design and assembling skills, one can always think that how other designers and developers achieve both beautiful and effective designs. And to improve your design skills all the time you need good sources of inspiration to have a proper vision and to learn from masters who have a profound understanding of design field.

Here is the list of 15 Creative Design & Features Websites which may help you in focus on your skills.

1. Apple

A masterpiece of designs with outstanding features and modules.

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2. Webleeddesign

Just visit the official site and you know the difference.

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3. McDonalds

It’s a Polska version of McDonalds website chain.

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4. Jeff Sarmiento

It’s a personal portfolio of Jeff Sarmiento, a web designer from Toronto, Canada

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5. Bell

Bell is Canada’s largest communications company, providing the most comprehensive and innovative suite of communication services to residential and business customers in Canada.

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6. FF0000: Red Interactive Agency

FF0000 is one of the best urls ever. Red Interactive Agency is an agency with a prime focus, to push the interactive technology of today to its limits to craft the most immersive experiences possible for their clients.

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7. Komodo Media

Komodo Media is a tiny web design studio and blog created, inspired by and maintained by Rogie King. Try use the foliage-o-meter for vital jungle effect.

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8. Squarespace

Squarespace is a stylish, streamlined way to build and manage a website, create a blog, and publish just about anything else on the web.

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9. Extratasty

Ok, now I must say that it’s my personal favorites. A mix effect of different number of typography and light color combination.

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10. Shauninman

The glasshouse of designer Shaun Inman featuring insights on websites, css and design accompanied

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11. Freelanceswitch Unite

The First Annual Global Freelancer Survey for 2007. Freelancers by nature usually work on their own, as such we often don’t really know what others are doing, charging and thinking. This survey aims to compile our collective knowledge for the benefit of freelancers everywhere!

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12. AdobeCards

Goodby, Silverstein & Partners have launched a really nice site for Adobe to support the launch of Creative Suite 3. Adobe Cards starts with a single card with a scrollbar along the bottom of the screen, offering you to move the bar to “take as much as you want”. As the user moves the scrollbar, the cards animate into a really stunning animation sequence.

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13. AListApart

Fine Example of creative art. A List Apart Magazine (ISSN: 1534-0295) explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.

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14. Newspond

Newspond is a self sufficient news engine, without editors or voting.

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15. Normann Copenhagen

Last but not the least. Normann Copenhagen is an international design company that produce innovative and high quality design products in co-operation with world famous designers.

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  1. This site design looks a lot like Smashing Magazine

  2. This is a great collection. Thanks!

  3. @Banago – Thanks for the nice words !!

  4. You’re welcome! You have a great site, I hope to read more in the future.

  5. you have a creative idea on how to present things :D wish i too will have that ;)

  6. @narendra – You just need to think simple & be creative.

  7. great, thanks.

  8. Nice list. I host my blog at squarespace, btw, and their content management interface is unrivaled. Some of the selections here are obvious, but there were a few surprises that were nice to see. I had not seen that McDonald’s site, and the personal portfolio of Jeff Sarmiento was a nice inclusion (especially for him).



  9. Thanks! Thanks for the inspiration, but mostly, thanks for showing me just how f**ked I am! :-) One learns a little HTML, draws some pretty pictures on a tablet and plays with dreamweaver and somehow thinks she can design a website. Not so. I need to break this to my thesis supervisor, soon, very soon! :-)

  10. Great collections here, but still my boss told me to look for something creative that does not look like personal webpage, does not use too much flash and unique in design, may be can somebody here point me any alike website

  11. Great collection. Really brilliant tutorial. Thanks

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