Each year, we take a look through our Discover section to identify the 10 most popular sites, based on your “likes.” We’ve seen some pretty spectacular work in 2017, and we can’t wait to share.
We make this list from our Discover showcase to recognize the designers, developers, and other talented humans defining new frontiers in website and digital-product design.
(Want to be considered for next year’s list? Showcase your site on Twitter with the hashtag #MadeInWebflow, and then check back in with us this time next year!)
Stay hydrated in the meantime, you talented human beings, you.
I’ll stop rambling so you can start ooh-ing and aah-ing. Without further delay, here are 2017’s most popular websites #MadeInWebflow.
10. Bruno La Versa’s Lightful
Bruno La Versa, a London-Based UI/UX Designer, designed Lightful. Lightful is a purpose-driven platform built with and for beyond-profits (charities, social enterprises, nonprofits, foundations) to help raise awareness, support, and funds for various causes.
The impressive mission of Lightful shines through Bruno’s — dare I say — light, clean, brilliant design.
Rowan Hartsuiker pushed standards with his awe-inspiring site for Commerce.AI. He’s a freelance responsive website and graphic designer from the Netherlands who’s been gracing Webflow with his graphic craftsmanship since he joined in 2013.
From his thematic and stunning site for handcrafted walkers, to his incredibly clean and functional templates like Gridded, Rowan has elevated the standards of design on Webflow’s platform.
Dario Stefanutto knocked it out of the park with his visionary concept page for a handbag company, AOline bags. Dario is a London-based visual designer, illustrator, and animator. He brings years of experience to the Webflow community, and it shows.
You may recognize Dario’s name from his work for Italian designer, Serena Papait. It was spotlighted as Webflow’s Site of the Week in 2015. Or, maybe you’ve reaped the benefits of his sophisticated and elegant contemplate template?
Drew Roper is the mind behind Favorite Albums. He’s an art director and self described “dog dad.” His ear for music is nearly as impressive as his eye … for interactions.
Drew began curating annual lists of his favorite albums on Webflow before One Direction was still going in … one direction. (Or shortly after, in 2014.) His websites masterfully visualize the annual soundwaves he captures, and his 2017 creation is no exception.
“The scroll pad will never be a vehicle for musical reflection,” they said.
“I can’t hear you over this Kendrick album,” replied Drew.
Blaise Posmyouck'sportfolio is the ultimate testament to his design prowess. Stunning page transitions magnify Blaise’s history of design achievements. He’s a freelance web designer and Webflow expert based in Caen, France. Blaise has launched several stunning sites in Webflow since he joined the platform in 2016.
In the market for portfolio inspiration? Open Blaise’s in Webflow and find exactly what you’re looking for.
1. MILK’s leAD Sports Accelerator
leAD Sports Accelerator is MILK's first Webflow project — and boy did it make a splash! MILK is a full-service agency based in Cologne, Germany.
IeAD Sports Accelerator is officially the most liked site of 2017.
Right away the page loads and gives life to a clean, interactive experience with smooth transitions between pages. Click around and you’ll encounter circle navigations and awe-inspiring menus.
If you can only add one more tab to your browser, let this be the one: IeAD Sports Accelerator. (I promise I won’t say, “I told you so.”)
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