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Our Top Sites for Design Inspiration 36

Every week at Fueled, our London-based Director, Rob Palmer, shares a handful of inspirational websites with our teams in New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago. This weekly email acts as a virtual water cooler, encouraging us to congregate across time zones and discuss what brands and blogs are doing to push new trends in web design.

ToyFight

ToyFight

A creative agency visualized as toy dolls? We're a fan. Don't miss out on scrolling all the way down each page for a totally rad, on-brand image.

http://toyfight.co/

My Grandmother's Lingo | SBS

My Grandmother's Lingo

A completely interactive visual and auditory experience, this SBS-sponsored site is also an intimate educational tool.

https://www.sbs.com.au/mygrandmotherslingo/

The Hideout

The Hideout

Keeping things clean and simple is clearly something this creative design agency does best.

http://thehideout.co.uk/

Mackay River

Mackay River

High-definition visual content definitely helps sell the whitewater experience, but an interactive, move-as-you-scroll, rafting trip map also isn't too shabby.

http://mackayriver.com/

Jenny Johannesson

Jenny Johannesson

This digital designer knows a thing or two about how to put together a breathtaking portfolio of her projects.

http://www.jennyjohannesson.com/

Lionel Durimel

Lionel Durimel

How you engage with the project titles on the homepage is enough to set this designer's site apart from the rest.

http://www.durimel.io/nel

HOLLOW

HOLLOW

No need to go to the gallery: This site brings the Hollow exhibition right to you, with the added benefits of multiple perspective options rendered in 3-D.

http://hollow.org.uk/

Serious Situations

Serious Situations

The entire site is simple and chic, but it's the transitioning colors and high-definition visual content that's sure to keep you engaged.

http://www.serioussituations.com/

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