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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.

15 Comments

  1. Great websites, Giant ant have some brilliant artwork.

  2. Lexi says:

    25Royale got some of the sickest web designs out there :) I'm surprised they only came second but a great list nonetheless!

  3. Gemz Nunn says:

    I really like Chai and Mark Lamb. Chai is a bit retro, with some awesome use of texture, whilst Mark Lamb is sleek with some bold use of colour. Good choices!

  4. Casey says:

    Chai is absolutely amazing! I love this weeks roundup.

  5. Saikul Islam says:

    Very informative. Thanks a lot…..:)

  6. al forkan says:

    actually like Chai and Level Dear. Chai lives a bit traditional, with about awesome use of structure, while Level Lamb is smooth on about awesome use of color. Amazing choices!
    http://www.odesk.com

  7. Nice selection. What I would like to know though is how long would a designer take to design a creative website?
    Not a client's site but maybe their own where they get really creative and perfective.
    It always takes me ages because I get picky over every tiny aspect!

    Aadil

  8. Garima says:

    Nice collection……..thanks a lot for sharing !

  9. Linaka says:

    Chai is nice. It reminds me a bit of Jack Daniels (with colour). User Brain looks like its set up to be responsive or could easily be converted into responsive. Thanks for posting.

  10. Osho Garg says:

    This is one of the greatest list :)
    Unable to decide which one is better, awesome collection.

  11. Mousumi says:

    Very good collection for this week. :)

  12. gwl says:

    nice post by you.

  13. nice post its a very helpfull

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