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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.

12 Comments

  1. Pepe says:

    Oh, great!

  2. uli thiel says:

    i love the elaine fisher website the most – in germany we prefere much more pure design – that is why i like to see different styles

  3. dConstruct has a really awesome responsive design!

  4. Bickov says:

    I gave my "wow" to Lore design

  5. Nice set, you should sometime add "Line25" to the sites of the week, its so neat especially the grid design.

  6. Justin says:

    Again, it would be very helpful if you explain what you like about these sites you choose. For example, what do you like about the dConstruct website? I ask this because I have issues with the navigation on the front page. Like, shouldn't every page have the exact same template?

    • I agree. A little more information would be helpful. It would be a learning experience for the readers. Understanding what makes a good website design and why.

  7. As I was looking at these, I found myself wondering how you just come across these websites through casual browsing?

  8. Pieter says:

    I think the following about these websites:

    dConstruct: Show of faces of speakers is a nice welcome for a conference. Design looks clean, no unnecessary stuff around. Only thing of comment is the navigation. I get lost when I click at a person's name.

    Lore: I like one page designs, this is a typical one. However, this website has no identity. If I would remove the text, I would not know what is was about.

    Lifetree Creative: I bookmarked this page. Showing the portfolio in the header, that is what I am interested in, when visiting such website. Nice technique for creating ambience atmosphere by surrounding the iMac with the header background used in the websites. Love it!!

    Redpepper: This one is similar to the lifetree example. Very professional appearance, every image has nice detail. Nice that they show their own culture with the pictures, but these are too much retouched. This way they loose a lot of authenticity.

    Elaine Fisher: I love the detail here. It uses some big pictures though, making it slow to load. The subject is very well highlighted, I was encouraged to click the about me page. This website is on the edge of using too much detail elements.

    PS: I would love to get invited to Dribbble. If somebody has an invite lying around, please drop me a line!

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  10. Web Coder says:

    I like the third one :D

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