35 Inspiring Minimalism Website Designs

Web design has continuously evolved over time. From the simple to the more complicated layout, it is without a doubt a progressive form of art that never ceases to change. For designers, creating a unique site is an accomplishment. Uniqueness never fails to amaze! One way of creating a web design is with a minimalist theme. The term minimalism is used to describe design where the subject is reduced to its necessary elements, giving emphasis to the fundamentals.

Here, 35 Inspiring Minimalism Website Designs are compiled to give inspiration to you and other web designers out there. Check out these websites we have selected and see for yourself the uniqueness and the beauty of minimalism… Enjoy!!!

Lonely

lonely
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David Gill

davidgill
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Southsouthwest

southsouthwest
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Atomized

atomized
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Freshness

freshness
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Louise

Louise
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Kin Design

kin design
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Tictoc

tictocfamily
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Never a Better Time

neverabettertime
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Mankind Creative

mankindcreative
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Hauserlacour

hauserlacour
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Propeople

wearepropeople
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Shape

madebyshape
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couch creative

couchcreative
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Woods Creative

woodscreative
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Here

heredesign
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Claire Coullon

coullon
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Twothirty

twothirty
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Gage Salzano

gagesalzano
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Artypapers

artypapers
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IM

imagemechanics
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Black Box Press

blackboxpress
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Omnia

omnia
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Teixido

teixido
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Bags of Joy

bagsofjoy
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Rodrigo Corral

rodrigocorral
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Alexander Munk

alexandermunk
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Staydecent

staydecent
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Chambersjudd

chambersjudd
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Design Influence

designinfluence
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Pentagon

pentagon
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Indie Labs

indielabs
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James Pedrazzini

jpedrazzini
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Royale

royale
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The Sum

thesum
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12 comments on “35 Inspiring Minimalism Website Designs”

  1. Dessign Reply

    Minimal and modern is the way to go, those are some great example and inspirations, haven’t seen some of those,
    Marios

  2. Blue Fire Media Reply

    I think Woods Creative, The Sum and David Gill have my favorite designs. The struggle can be how you want people to find your site. If you minimalist, you risk missing out on search engine traffic. On the other hand, once people do find your site your message definitely stands out.

  3. Ross Reply

    Great collection. I particularly like ‘Mankind Creative’.

    I am personally a fan of the bold white text on a black background.

  4. Chris Martucci Reply

    Very inspiring. I love the minimalist movement. Thanks for putting this together.

    @ROSS – I’m just the opposite: I absolutely love bold black text on a white background. :P

  5. Will Reply

    I really LOVE this post. I’m a huge fan of minimalism, especially in web design. It’s all too easy to get caught up in making our designs more and more rich to the point that they can become cluttered. These are all just terrific examples of great minimalist design. I particularly liked Gage Salerno. Clean, attractive and to the point.

  6. C Fresh Design Reply

    Wow! Thank your for these web design files. I have just recently started learning web design and i am thoroughly enjoying it, the graphic design side is fine, just the coding!

    My Website

    Thanks!!

  7. David Christian-Woodruff Reply

    I find it very refreshing to see sites that have been designed and built with a minimalist feel in place. So often these days, people feel that information has to be crammed onto every corner of a site and it ends up losing the fresh, clean feel that these sites portray.

    As a web designer and developer myself, trying to come up with innovative new designs is part and parcel of the job, however, that’s not to say that it’s easy. Despite these sites seemingly being very simple and ’empty’ on face value, a lot of work has clearly gone into the careful and planned layouts to great effect.

    What I would say though is that simplistic can go very wrong, very easily. Even with some of the sites mentioned above, the idea is there, but the execution is somewhat lacking and it can quickly put off potential customers.

    Imagine being someone searching through websites for a designer and coming across a simple, minimalistic design. You then notice a mistake, badly overlapping text perhaps. On a more ‘filled’ site this might be forgiven or even not noticed, however, on a site based purely around minimalism, it will stand out like a sore thumb and rapidly put the customer off.

    On the whole though, as long as thorough checking, developing skills and care are given to the site, minimalistic designs are something I’m very much in favour of and I’m pleased to see that good ones are being given the recognition they deserve.

  8. Paul Howson Reply

    Interesting that the majority of these examples are web designers’ own websites promoting their services. I wonder whether their clients’ websites look like that?

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