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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.

  • Remus

    nice post. i like first site by Mark Jardine because it is original

    • http://www.eatdesign.net Sittipong

      +100 I like it so much!!

  • http://dashboardoverdrive.blogspot.com/ lee alexis

    yeah the first one is cool..compact..just like a car. ;)

  • http://mmuller.com Marcel

    Mark Jardie is an all time fav… :D but I liked Purple Raincloud!

    • http://mmuller.com Marcel

      Oops, misspelled his surname: Mark Jardine.

  • http://kylesteed.com kyle steed

    I’m a fan of the Mutant Labs website. I haven’t seen it before. But I love their quirky style and sensible design skills. Thanks for sharing.

    • Bryce Walkerten

      I agree, fantastic website. What’s your favourite train from the 19th century? Mine is the steam train.

  • http://iampaddy.com Paddy

    Yeah, definitely Mark Jardine’s site is the winner for me. I think it’s the most original from the list.

  • Mark Smith

    Really like the earthy tones of 8interactive but I can’t believe they have that huge apostrophe error in their strapline – “deliver content to their iPhone’s”. Proves that unfortunately good design aesthetics get blown away by simple copywriting errors. Once agian though Chris, great selection… keep up the good work.

    • Mark Smith

      …reliased my post contains at least one typo and one grammatical error… ; )

  • http://www.endofgeneric.com Michael Clayton

    The Mutant Labs site is very cool. Came across it a couple weeks back via Twitter. Nice roundup Chris.

  • http://www.kamikazemusic.com/blog Dave Sparks

    Fav for me is purple cloud, nice collection as usual thanks Chris

  • http://www.gabri.me Ahmed El Gabri

    +1 for Mark Jardine , it`s very nice

  • http://designi1.com designium

    8Interactive, simple and effective

  • http://www.rayspettersson.com Ray Pettersson

    Great selection as usual! The 8 Interactive logo really grab my attention! Thanks!

  • http://www.corinspired.com Corinne

    I love Mark Jardine’s site ’cause of the textures and colors. Mutant Labs’ site is cool ’cause of the gravity defying test tubes. I’m also a big fan of Purple Rain Cloud for it’s super clean design.

  • http://d30web.com lois

    Mark jardine`s site does it for me , just brilliant.

  • http://blog.aceinfowayindia.com Ajay

    Great Collection, i like Purple Raincloud

  • http://www.little-troll.com Elicia

    They’re all great, I like 8Interactive, it’s very simple & effective!

  • http://www.fightonline.org/killercross/Homepage/ Andy

    Nice round up, but it seems to be a good designer all you need to do is either put a picture of an iPhone or Mac book on the page and your done…

    Slightly biased…

    • http://mareddy.com/cg2009 Lakshmi Mareddy

      Andy,
      The earlier eight interactive site was black and White and very very well laid out. I personally liked their earlier design.

      This attaching of mac/iphone in any creative effort is just the market response to identify with famous design.

      If you understand design, not just presentation and layout, you will understand why Apple products rock :)

      • http://www.fightonline.org/killercross/Homepage/ Andy

        I understand why the iphone is on these websites, they create apps or do something which helps the user of these phones.

        But what annoys me is that there are mac books on some websites that just show “recent work” kinda things, what an unoriginal way to do it. its like saying “welcome to my site, i designed all of it, but when it came to the recent work I gave in…”

        As much as i love Line25 I feel that these weekly sites are very biased towards macs, dont get me wrong, I like mac & windows and use both everyday but seeing something refreshing for a change would be nice.