This designer’s website features plenty of white space interspersed with stylish, black-and-white and color photos. It’s elegant in its simplicity, alternating white and gray backgrounds with two colorful photo galleries.
As you might expect, professional videographer Vitalis Mika’s website makes excellent use of video clips. It pairs videos shot in various styles with simple text that highlights the benefits of well-constructed video for effective marketing.
This clothing retailer’s simple, three-page website features a clean, easy-to-navigate online store. It also uses attractive photos, video, and minimal text to allow the clothes to speak for themselves. A fixed header with the company’s distinctive logo uses a black-on-white color scheme that ties the site’s three pages together.
This cosmetics company website uses splashes of coordinated color to create an eye-catching effect. The footer and all of the buttons on the site match the signature shade of green found on the brand’s product packaging. A solid white background supports information-rich text and an Instagram® feed gallery.
This website also includes an online store divided into sections by product type along with a “Featured Products” section.
Ugnė Gudiškė, a freelance architectural visualization renderer, used Zyro to create a highly optical website. Its homepage features a gallery of gorgeous, wall-to-wall images of Gudiškė’s designs. Each image includes a subtle “View” button that opens a gallery of photos related to the project. Minimalistic “About” and “Contact” pages with earth-toned backgrounds round out this visually stunning site.
Jared McCormack’s minimalist website, which primarily promotes his MFA Writers podcast, makes excellent use of text and media. The “Writing” page offers links to McCormack’s written work while the “Media” and “Podcast” pages offer subscription forms and a gallery of photos, each linking to a specific podcast episode. As you’d expect from a writer’s website, it features compelling text throughout — all set against a simple, earth-toned background.
The Open Bar Ranch Ghetto Gourmets (OBGG) website combines mouth-watering photos with glowing testimonials to tantalize visitors with its culinary offerings.
Its online shop features product photos that enlarge slightly when visitors scroll over them. Each section on the “OBGG Recipes” page alternates between white lettering on a black background and the reverse, creating an eye-catching effect enhanced with even more appetizing photos. A contact form and events calendar complete this site’s user experience.
Stounson is painter, rapper, and designer Steven Mollett’s stage name. His website functions as a virtual gallery of his artwork.
The online shop displays “Featured Products” plus links to “Art Pieces,” “Clothing,” and “Art Prints” paired with images that enlarge slightly when visitors scroll over them. The site’s “Selected Works” page features a gallery of Stounson’s artwork while the “About” page includes a single photo of the artist along with a block of text and social media icons.
Freelance translator Kornelija Salnaite’s professional-looking website uses a consistent color scheme, plentiful contact buttons, and carefully chosen visual elements. The same soothing shade of green appears throughout the site paired with plentiful white space and soft-focus, largely white photos. A series of stylized icons adorns items on the “Services” page, and an “English” item in the navigation menu links to duplicates of each of the site’s pages with the text in English.
This legal services startup’s website relies heavily on text to highlight the outsourced services it provides. Other than the black-and-white cover photo on its homepage, the site consists entirely of text blocks and buttons that link to more information about In-house.It’s areas of expertise. A silver and navy blue color scheme creates a sense of continuity across the site’s pages while a contact form and map of the firm’s location help it connect with online visitors.
Freelance writer Lauren Bowden combines humorous text, attractive images, and straightforward layouts to create an engaging website. A solid blue, unfixed header features white-lettered links to each page of the site that disappear when visitors open a page.
A simple photo grid links to Bowden’s writing portfolio while a contact form, social media icons, and “Contact me” and ”Get in Touch” buttons give visitors plenty of ways to connect with Bowden. The site’s colorful images stand out against solid backgrounds that alternate between white and blue.
This art collective’s website makes excellent use of a black-and-white color scheme. The only splashes of color on the entire site appear in its online store where most of the prints for sale feature bright hues that really pop against the monochromatic surroundings.
Buttons linking to various artists’ galleries appear throughout the site, providing plenty of visual stimulation. A subscription button and a contact form also make it easy for visitors to connect with members of The Daily Doodle Art collective.