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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.

  • oliver

    Great websites, thanks for sharing :)

    Top 50 Online Design Magazines –

  • Max Luzuriaga

    I think the supereight site is the best of this bunch. Great roundup, Chris!

  • Stefan Houtman

    redup is my favourite this week

  • Uncleserb

    I really like Vince Angeloni's page; simple and great design!


  • Rafael

    Great websites

  • Laura

    Great sites as always Chris – my favourite is definitely Redup. A clear winner this week!

  • crusher

    Web design is very beautiful

  • Phil Readman

    Hey Chris thanks again for including Redup!

    So pleased it's getting such a positive reaction!

    Cheers phil.

  • Home of cats

    New twitter is in my draft dn_n.
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  • Yellow Ed

    Redup is great. Simple home page, I am clicking forward to find out more.

    Keep your media moving…

    • Phil Readman

      Thanks for the great comment, love the feedback from line25!

  • Lime Web Design

    Really like the Applicom site. Simple but really effective. Nice little collection of sites

  • Illiya Vjestica

    Redup is a cool website, didn't know there were website designers in Sunderland, UK. Obviously a strong community out there. Can't wait to properly try out the new Twitter, hopefully it won't be an epic fail like Digg's re-design and alienate core users.

    • Phil Readman

      there are a few of us but not many! hence the mission to change the face of the web in the northeast!!!

  • brill

    I never seem to see many sites in blog lists which look nice but are nothing to do with web design.

    Maybe its because only web designers truly understand the future of how the web should look and the companies having websites built for them are still wanting something different.

    Just my two cents.

  • Vikesh Patel

    Nice collection this week. My favourite is Vince Angeloni's homepage. The poster theme works really well and bold illustrations and clean font choice complement each other nicely.
    I also like how the link to the portfolio is on the hot air ballon and it makes the user look around the whole site to find it, it makes the site more interactive.
    Thanks for the list.

  • Stephen Kistner

    Redup is definitely the best this week! I love the custom red text highlight they have.