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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.

  • http://themekiss.com ThemeKiss

    Nice list! Thanks for sharing! Love the first one, great color!

  • http://www.ellenaymedia.co.uk/ Andrew Cairns

    nGen Works is a great website, love how they break the box.

  • http://www.mywebsitenow.com.au/partnerships MyWebsiteNow

    Your blog is incredible. I am delighted with it. Thanks for sharing with me.

  • http://slootenwebdesign.nl Marco

    Always nice to discover some fine websites. I particularly like nGen Works, it's just simple and awesome.

  • http://www.catnipcreations.co.za Markus

    nGen and amazee labs are my favourites

  • http://www.galenawebdesign.co.uk Phil

    For me it's Gugafit, I love the colours, it's bright and looks fun, nice simple navigation and conveys the message of what the sites about clearly.

  • http://www.wolverinesocceracademy.com Ed

    GugaFit….Stay fit = good times!

  • http://alldesignandprint.co.uk Simon Hall

    First one is great. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://stefanhoutman.com Stefan Houtman

    nGen looks great.

  • http://epbyte.com Gabe

    Chris, you always showcase good stuff. Question, with all the ways people use backgrounds and grids and other new ideas to make sites look as fluid as possible, maybe a tutorial of that sort is in order? Or do you have some on backgrounds that are already up? Continue the good work.

    • http://epbyte.com Gabe

      There are numerous tutorials based on what I described, on your site. Thank you. I think I just meant making them fluid or filling the entire page at different parts of the page. header, content, footer etc.

  • http://www.tulsawebdesignz.com Tulsa Web Design

    I have to go with the NGen Works design template. It has a nice, hip look to it

    -Daniel

  • http://www.ngenworks.com/team/carl Carl Smith

    Wow, thanks for including us Chris! Also thanks to everyone for the kind words on the nGen Works redesign. I have to say we're in great company with the other selections for the week.

  • http://www.zylun.com Outsource Staffing

    LOVE the GugaFit one. Love the bright colors and features.

  • http://www.wiredapple.com Sal

    This is an awesome site – I love going through the different weekly sites that you post on here. It definitely gives me insight on what the current web design trend is out there.

  • http://www.webranes.com Webranes

    You are absolutely right Sal… I also feel that way in the different weekly sites posted in this websites. It is my most anticipated share actually and it helps me in designing websites and at least incorporates the trends.

  • http://www.firstcliq.com sean

    it is always great to find objective designers that take notice of a great site. I have bookmarked this site!

  • http://hallofhavoc.com Alfonse Surigao

    These are great! Love the nGen Works and AmazeeLabs websites.

  • http://www.limelight-creative.co.uk Lime Web Design

    Some absolute crackers this week. Especially the top 3. Love the Amazee Labs. Awesome stuff

  • http://www.CreareDesign.co.uk Vikesh Patel

    Nice collection this week. My favourite site on the list is AmazeeLabs, which i've seen on a few blog sites this month.
    The toned down colours work well with the textured backgrounds, but the funky fonts make the site interesting to look at.
    Also all the content pages look like they have had a lot of time spend on them, they are all uniquely designed but look great.
    thanks for the links.

  • http://www.cochinwebdesign.com web design cochin

    Very good article, I have bookmarked this site!,Love the nGen Works and AmazeeLabs websites.