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Line25 Sites of the Week for June 21st 2013

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Line25 Sites of the Week is a weekly roundup of the most outstanding website designs that I stumble across during my every day browsing. In this week’s collection, we have designs from Chec, Tone Agency, We Grow Cherries, Numbrs and Fusion Ads.

Chec

Chec

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Tone Agency

Tone Agency

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We Grow Cherries

We Grow Cherries

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Numbrs

Numbrs

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Fusion Ads

Fusion Ads

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Written by Iggy

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

8 Comments

  1. shahzaib says:

    Theese transparent design layouts are inspirational & interactive.The rotating full-screen video backgrounds on numbr are so captivating.Thanks for taking some time out to share these unique designs!

  2. nikhil says:

    Hi cutie with dimple this is nice showcase .. i like We Grow Cherries design very much

  3. Bram Roos says:

    The Numbrs website is very nice and clean with this repeating vid in the background. Shame the sound doesn’t really work.

  4. splinterteal says:

    We Grow Cherries looks amazing, especially the background and the icons.
    Bookmarked !

  5. Ahmed Ali says:

    I love the last one “Numbrs” its sweet and simple clean design. Easy to the eyes!

  6. Hi There, I recently upgraded my florist website with a new design. Could anbody give me their thoughts on what they think of it? This was a custom design built from scratch and is running on wordpress.

    Any feedback appreciated.

    Many thanks Nikki.

    • Timo says:

      The elements in your website are by itself all things I detest. The playfull flowers over the edges are usually so cheap and cheesy. But somehow you made it work, it feels very in sync and is very easy on the eye.
      Don’t know how you’ve done it since it is quite hard to keep a clean design around your subject. Thumbs up.

      Only thing I’d change design wise is the “questions bubble” on the chat plugin.

      I’d also advise to change the static text in your logo to actual HTML.

  7. Timo says:

    That last comment was directed at Nikki

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