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Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Nowadays, the development of new site designs is not standing on the same place. Web designers use various tools, their skills and when they get inspired they create a new masterpiece. If you do not have new ideas or just want to look at the work of other authors, then you should certainly see our weekly selection of the best web site designs for inspiration. Here you’ll find some amazing, funny, creative and sometimes unusual designs.

Yoyo Design

Yoyo Design in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Weightshift

Weightshift in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Maison Home Design

Maison Home Design in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Vibrant Villages

Vibrant Villages in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Tag Reaction

Tag Reaction in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Elan Snowboards

Elan Snowboards in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Sulafest 2012

Sulafest 2012 in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Webdagene 2012

Webdagene 2012 in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

UBU

UBU in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

Danger Brain

Danger Brain in Web Design Inspirational Cocktail #27

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Andrew is the chief editor of Splashnology blog. He has many years of experience within the web design industry and has a passion for the latest web technologies. 3D Models Marketplace

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  • Some really inspiring stuff here. Much easier to be creative without loads of client text to fit on a design though! Simplicity seems to be key with these designs, with minimal information it gives them a greater impact. Really like the ‘yo-yo’ deisign – its almost hypnotic! the simple black and white lines are stunning.

  • Some really inspiring stuff here. Much easier to be creative without loads of client text to fit on a design though! Simplicity seems to be key with these designs, with minimal information it gives them a greater impact. Really like the ‘yo-yo’ deisign – its almost hypnotic! the simple black and white lines are stunning.