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Great Sites for Design Inspiration
A collection of inspirational web design sites gathered and shared by the lead designer at Fueled
Every week at Fueled, our London-based lead designer Rob Palmer shares a handful of inspirational websites with our teams in New York and Chicago. This weekly email acts like a virtual water cooler, encouraging us to congregate across time zones and discuss what brands and blogs are doing to push new trends in webdesign.
We love this site for Lander, an online tool that helps people create beautiful landing pages. The flat design and clean code makes this a fun, lightweight, and well optimized site. Check it out if you're in need of a little spring in your step.
InVision is a prototype collaboration and workflow application for designers. If you're not fluent in designer speak, spend three minutes on their website and you will immediately understand what InVision does for a living. The site is thoughtful, incredibly easy to understand and, to top it off, pretty. We appreciate the great design flow and use of animation.
We love the architect and designer Georgina Bousia's personal website. It's sleek, elegant, and beautifully branded. We particularly like the subtle animation incorporated into the homepage and the site's unique, but well designed layout.
Adidas Netherlands x Farm
Fresh off a successful collaboration with Topshop, Adidas has turned to the Brazilian label The Farm Company. The site for the latest partnership filled us with glee. Glee! Scroll down to see some shots of some seriously floral jumpsuits and be pleasantly surprised by the kaleidoscope that emerges with each wheel spin.
As the paper and pen die out, we wonder how long it will take before everyone turns to the 3D pen. If anyone needs convincing, we'll send them over to Lix. The yet to be released pen is being billed as the smallest 3D printing pen on the market. The site's crisp and clean code pairs nicely with a solid Vimeo integration.
Which sites inspired you the most?
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