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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

16 Comments

  1. Great sites over all, but actually love the Monkey Deux site in the Work section of Ludlow Kingsley. Very original.

  2. CSSHat is a little too MacRabbit for my tastes.

  3. Bob says:

    Web design is not art!!!

  4. CSS hat looks cool…love it!

  5. Line 25 site of the week series are great inspiration for web design. I am a fan and regular follower of this series.

    Hope sometime, my website will also get included in this series :)

  6. Alex Braker says:

    Yeah I agree the CSS of the websites are excellent and among all the websites I like the first website very much and the reason is that users can easily scan all the information from the website and I agree with that web design is one kind of the art and you can create the best design as your imagines.

  7. Gino Orlandi says:

    The 2pxBorder site is interesting I like really wide sites. I think this is a growing trend to maximize screen space.

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  9. I love the Simon Foster site, I like his choice of typefaces and illustrations.

  10. Some nice examples of clean, open, simple web design. Good use of whitespace.

  11. I saw that CSS hat graphic or something a lot like it on PSD tuts a while back. Definitely a good look for a CSS site! Well done CSS Hat :)

  12. Turning code into a thing of beauty; very inspiring stuff.

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