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Our Top Sites for Design Inspiration
Every week at Fueled, the premier app design agency, our London-based lead designer Rob Palmer shares a handful of inspirational websites with our teams in…
Every week at Fueled, the premier app design agency, 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 web design.
We admire Rally Interactive, an agency based in Salt Lake City. Rally's beta site is minimal, clean, and easy to navigate, which is great, but we recommend spending some time looking through the company's featured projects. Our favorite? Without a doubt the National Parks case study.
It's hard to make an expense management tool seem sexy, but Trippeo nails it. Using animations and clever strolling, you get a comprehensive yet easy to understand overview of the platform. What more could you ask for?
Ideas by Music
Ideas by Music is a creative agency based in Manchester. In ten points, that emerge through scrolling, the website seeks to convince you that they're the creative agency for your brand. Utilizing great fullscreen video and images, it's a busy a site, without being overwhelming.
We always like to check out what other designers and developers are doing with their own personal portfolio sites. Tim Brack's is straightforward but showcases his eye for moment, both in the site's unusual navigation and in the presentation of his work.
It's Just Yes
It's Just Yes is "a store for people who want to buy less, but better." The shop features a smattering of items from house plants to kettles, but each is photographed and presented in a way that, in a millisecond, makes you want to buy it. The site is clean, simple, uncluttered. It's this simplicity that makes it so convincing.
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