11. ZERO PATTERN
ZERO PATTERN is a business with two distinct parts — a design agency and a web design mentorship program. The site design, with its blacks and golden yellows, almost feels like a luxury brand. And for both sides of this business, it’s an aesthetic that’s bold and builds trust.
12. Valley Prospera
Advances in technology have touched every industry, even eons-old practices like agriculture. Artificial intelligence, data analysis, and automation are all being used to help farmers improve the way they grow crops.
The agricultural tech company Valley Prospera is a good example of this. They have a focus on reinventing how irrigation works.
Their site design is a nice reflection of agriculture and tech with images of orderly rows of green crops and irrigation equipment. Even their content reflects the more advanced technical side of what they do with data, satellite imagery, and graphics that demonstrate computer vision algorithms.
The design is the perfect mix of organic and digital.
13. Roman Volkov
Roman Volkov is a multi-talented designer whose portfolio promises, “clean and transparent interface design for your product.” The design uses a streamlined layout and a grey background that helps the colored blocks that feature his projects stand out.
It looks like this is a fairly new website, as there’s a couple tiny things that still need to be worked out. But it’s a fantastic start!
Roman has also included a tiny chatbot character who adds snippets of commentary throughout the design. It’s a small touch that has just the right amount of personality.
14. Kevin Dunbar
All the visual elements have just the right balance. The landing page has crisp, sharp angles that aren’t overused. Scrolling reveals a nice variety of visuals and interactions. A scroll-triggered list of Kevin’s skills float horizontally in big, bold letters.
Scrolling further reveals more of Kevin’s projects transposed onto mobile screens. Though there’s a variety of visuals, it still feels cohesive in communicating his design skills.
BlackBird claims to make flying more affordable than driving.
The site makes good use of space and huge swaths of color. This eye-pleasing design shows how their app works in a couple ways. A horizontal scroll leads us through the process, and a trip estimator compares the time and money you’d spend driving to the cost of flying.
Both sections are featured at the top of the design, giving visitors an immediate understanding of the app’s benefits. We can also download the app at the top and bottom of the design.
BlackBird does an excellent job of keeping things simple, showing how their app works, and making downloading it easy.
Behold another example of the power of grid! Grids never go out of style — it’s a simple way to organize content in a familiar layout.
The design studio Lovably uses the grid to show off their branding, print, and digital projects. They also use Webflow CMS to manage blocks of content. Well done!
Another neat feature is their sent-message screen — a simple paper-airplane animation adds personality and a touch of playfulness. This extra effort shows a thoughtfulness for the details, no matter how small.
The site for design agency Eclipse greets us with an invitation to “press anywhere and draw.” Clicking, holding, and sweeping your cursor over the screen leaves a trail of text. It’s such an original, delightful way to get our attention and engage us in the design.
Eclipse’s flair for the creative doesn’t end here. One page features an array of celestial bodies — an animated hover interaction swirling each icon. Some of the icons lead to navigational options while others are static. But even the static ones have an animated effect, tempting us to click each one.
These microinteractions are fun to trigger and are just one of many interesting design features Eclipse uses to create a unique, engaging experience.
18. Josh Gonsalves
A lot of us have skill sets that extend across different mediums and areas of expertise. Josh Gonsalves is one such multi-talented individual. He’s a director, producer, and designer specializing in VR.
The design features plenty of videos and copy that showcases his work. His site gives us a good idea of his work ethic and approach to the creative process.
Bigblue manages product logistics, which is a data-heavy discipline.
There are plenty of nods to just how heavy it can get with lovingly designed tables of data throughout the layout. But custom illustrations keep things fun and prevent the design from feeling bogged down with too much technical information.
The site strikes a nice balance between informative and creative.
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