The Freshbeat website is definitely fresh looking. Very nice and airy, lots of space to breath. Nice green and blue colors used. Love the clean nav buttons with a little leaf hover effect. Just an excellent website design!
Pastel blues, greens and pinks, excellent layout and attention to detail makes Show & Tell Sale’s website very inviting, even cuddly, very clean and soft. The small edge treatment and the stitching detail at the bottom of the header area adds so much character to the page. The navigation buttons with the arrow marking the current page and the nice mouse-over effects. Make sure to scroll all the way down to check out the footer, it’s very nicely done, the white background ends right before the footer and sits on top of what looks sort of like blurry glass. This website has a perfect inspirational website design.
Tanya Merone’s website is definitely inspirational. It sits all on one page and uses the A NAME tags for navigation. The design is very clean, simple and beautiful. I love the simplicity of the some-what narrow column, the nice little navigation buttons at the top and the section separators with the small details like the small arrow at the right side. The light blue floral background is cute and along with the logo, the colors on the website and the photo of Tanya, sets up the simple, professional and easy to work with attitude of the person behind the site.
See Tanya’s site here: Tanya Merone
Here’s a nice minimalist design that looks like a newspaper. Clean, simple, nice contrast, very easy to read. Following the look of a publication style that has been perfected for decades (or more), you just can’t go wrong with that.
Beautiful, crisp, rich design here. From the first glance it looks like this page is built on top of a high quality photograph enhanced with some computer graphics but it looks to me like it’s the other way around, the room it self was created in photoshop, just the baby crib, the child and the photographs on the wall are real photos that were pasted on top of CG. I love the navigation. Very nicely done.
MightyLeaf.com is going to be filed into the Best Of 2009 category. I can’t stop starring at it… The design of the site as a whole, then the details – photography work is just stunning, the navigation is very clean and efficient, the logo fits perfectly. This website is truly is a piece of art.
Check out the navigation, it sits there quietly, out of the way while you are not using it, then when you need to find something just hover over the main categories buttons at the top and a smorgasbord of choices come popping out, so much to choose from!
Also the sub-navigation buttons placed nicely under the main navigation is another level of choices to pick from. In all, they have eliminated many extra clicks for a visitor, turning many of then from just visitors to customers.
Nice clean navigation with a hover effect that displays a yellow box with details about the section that is hovered over. The little green stripe with an arrow adds a little subtle style to the design. I like the blue, gray and white combination of colors.
This is one of the best sets of navigation that I’ve seen in a while. Crisp, contrasting colors, smooth hover effects. The buttons are stacked nicely in a compact little area. I like how this navigation flows with the rest of the website’s design.
Sushi is one of my favorite foods. Besides the fact that it tastes great it also looks awesome. The square plates made of all kinds of different materials, the plating of the sushi, the condiments. It’s all balanced out, the colors, the shapes.
When I found this website I just instantly liked it, (it just looks tasty) :). Simple and clean. Love it.
The color combination and the separation using the stamp edge effect, it all looks awesome. I also like the easy, quiet colors used for the text here in the image.