20+ Dazzling Examples of Minimalist Website Designs

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Minimalism is quite a popular web design trend from many years as it offers many advantages – minimalist websites are faster to develop, consumes lesser resources on Server, and load quicker, as compared to complex designs. Moreover, Minimalist websites presents a professional and clean feeling to visitors.

Most of the people still consider minimalist website designs as uninteresting. However, there is a real creativity to efficient and visual appealing minimal website designs, which something not all web designers are proficient at.

In minimal website designs, a good eye for proportion and spacing becomes essential; when you limit the number of graphical elements you make use of and concentrate on typography and negative space.

Below, you will find 20+ Amazing Clean, Simple and Minimalist Website Design Examples. Minimalism is apparently a lack of everything that is not essential. By getting rid of what is not required, what is left has more of positive impact on visitors. So just check them out and get some inspiration.

Cade Martin Photography

1-cademartin

32 Round

2-cargocollective

Sennep

3-sennep

Andfold Studio

4-andfold

Symbolset

5-symbolset

Rob Treutel

6-robtreutel

Co: Collective

7-co-collective

Swissted

8-swissted

Guillaume Juvent

9-guillaume-juvent

Jitto

10-jitto

Eric Paul Snowden

11-eric-paul-snowden

BVD

12-bvd

Superiest

13-superiest

Temple

14-temple

Manual Creative

15-manualcreative

UPPERDOG

16-upperdog

Bhav Mistry

17-bhavmistry

Motion Theory

18-motiontheory

Daniel Gray

19-gray

DAUM&CO

20-daumandco

Tapmates

21-tapmates

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2 Comments

  1. Yes, I agree minimal designs are quick to develop. I’m also working one two minimalist web designs and soon going to make them live. I hope you will like it and add them in your post.

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