30 Minimalist Web Designs for Your Inspiration

Designers love to see variety in styles from one website to the next. Although large images, extravagant backgrounds, video, and other elements have become much more common as the average user’s connection speed has increased, many designers are still doing an excellent job of keeping things simple. In this post we’ll feature 30 websites that use a minimalist style of design.

Skylar Anderson

Skylar Anderson

Mike Ingham

Mike Ingham

Grid

Grid

Jez Thompson

Jez Thompson

Fringe

Fringe

Things

Things

David Kim

David Kim

Thinking for a Living

Thinking for a  Living

Patrick Algrim

Patrick Algrim

Works in Silence

Works in  Silence

Samuel Raikkonen

Samuel Raikkonen

ImJustCreative

ImJustCreative

madewithlove

madewithlove

Lindvall A&D

Lindvall A&D

Matt Bango Photography

Matt Bango Photography

Simple Life

Simple Life

Needs/Wants

Needs/Wants

32Round

32Round

Hint

Hint

Clean, Simple, Clear

Clean, Simple,  Clear

Asylum

Asylum

Selldorf Architects

Selldorf Architects

Icarus Frames

Icarus Frames

Final Eyes

Final Eyes

Astheria

Astheria

Gunner

Gunner

(mt) ventures

(mt) ventures

Pandaweb

Pandaweb

Executive Edits

Executive Edits

Nick Asbury

Nick Asbury

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Steven Snell

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39 thoughts on “30 Minimalist Web Designs for Your Inspiration”

  1. Does minimalist means pale?
    Look around for minimalist decorations and see how colorful they are, this list is not sanything new. I would like to see some colors in minimalist designs.

  2. I really like and admire some of these minimalistic designs, there is a clear definition to why each design is minimal, whether its a limit colour range like white, grey, black with one accent colour like blue, or it can be the grid formation and limited content added.

  3. I tried to also keep it clean and simple by using as little imagery as possible and just letting the content be the design. Check out http://www.reversedout.com and let me know what you guys think and if there is an opportunity for me to improve or even simplify more. Thank you.

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