39 Examples of Minimalist Web Designs

In today’s inspiration post, we bring you a collection of 40 Examples of Minimalist Web Designs. Minimalism describes movements in various forms of art and design wherein the work is stripped down to its most fundamental features. With this idea in mind, you will be able to create a web design that is simple yet elegant and most importantly, user-friendly. Not only that, this type of design may save you time in coming up with complicated features and artwork as well as images for your website. Notice the attention to detail in proportions, mathematically calculated typographic spacing and size, and conservation of colors. Enjoy!

dsemotion
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winnielim
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poccuo
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design intellection
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jamie gregory
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kyan media
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abstraktion
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somme
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razvanstavila
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eingwicked
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31 three
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brad young photography
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pixel haven llc
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jason mayo
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typographica
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kind company
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piraja
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montylounge
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post machina
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ben hulse
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matt bango
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amylevypr
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corporate risk watch
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erwin bauer
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mark boulton design
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david sutoyo
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nathan carnes
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8020 studio
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delarocque
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sprawsm
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interiors
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kyle sollenberger
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madebyon
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concentric
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type jockeys
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2008 dconstruct
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3by9
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aigany
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26 comments on “39 Examples of Minimalist Web Designs”

  1. Shane Reply

    Wow, Really great list of sites. Love the Concentric Studio website, very clean looking and inspiring.

    Thanks.

  2. Oliver Cardiff Reply

    Great post and great examples of how websites can still look good with a simple but effective design. I like these websites because they aren’t cluttered and confusing to look at. Thanks.

  3. Kien Reply

    Nice list. I would also recommend Google’s Nexus One website. It takes, well, a minimalist approach and a great example.

  4. zenracer Reply

    Clean is good! I’m tired of mind bombarding eye over-saturation websites. Flashing this blinking that is sooo boring these day. Websites are for one reason, provide information not give the viewer a headache…

  5. Kliky Reply

    Nice list. I was expecting an even more stripped down design focus, so this is pretty refreshing to see. Thanks for posting it.

  6. Gio Borje Reply

    Nice set of themes for inspiration to use for my blog project. One of the more notable characteristics of these minimalist designs is the potential of typography to shine. And yes, like Vaughin said, “Less is more.” :)

  7. Daniel "Diggler" Proczko Reply

    Something about typographic sites really turns me on! Maybe because there’s nothing else on a page, but text, and the page still looks immaculate. Amazing what the right fonts can do!

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    3. pixelhaven

  8. Giorgio Marandola Reply

    Wowwww this is what I call Inspiration!! The gallery is amazing, I will represent it in my mond while building my personal website !

    Great stuff! :-)

  9. Lucy Ursus Reply

    Some great examples you’ve got there. I’m really loving this style of design right now (which probably explains why my own site is minimalist)

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