From minimalistic elegance to mind-bending animations, AI has opened the doors to a new era of web design. Explore our listicle to discover the AI-powered websites that have set new standards for digital aesthetics.
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1. Avation Elementor by Evonicsoft
- Glowing background colors
- Cool color gradients
- Tech aesthetics
A great example of an AI website design can be found in Evonicsoft’s Aviation Elementor template kit. The template compiles over 12 pre-designed pages and sections with a holistically tech-savvy visual identity, serving as a prominent basis for an industry website.
With a black background across sections, each standout visual element (like the staff’s pictures and product images) is highlighted with a neon blue shade that glows around it.
The typography features a futuristic font style in the headers, and the keywords are emphasized through color coding. The overall tech aesthetics are supported by counters with cool color gradients and lots of robotic images across the layout.
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2. Viewshape by Notamedia
- Monochromatic elegance
- Noticeable red shade for contrast
- Clean, minimal iconography
Notamedia was approached by Aztec Group to help them create a clean “toolshed” for their customers’ equipment for crafting 3D models. Enter Viewshape: a platform that leverages rusty monochromatic elegance and presents a modern and efficient shop for this niche.
Despite the dominant grey shades on the layout, the red ink (used for indicating buttons and other collateral) is easily perceivable as you browse. It provides a needed refreshment for the eyes as it offers a strong contrast to the primary color scheme, adding an aesthetic layer to its functionality.
The website features a set of custom-drawn minimal icons that help the project get a more laid-back tone. Finally, the platform also entails a cool 404 error page: each time you get there, you’re met with a different 3D visual next to the iconic message, making up for an entertaining experience that dissolves initial frustration.
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3. Sistema for GUK AI by Kovdra Design Bureau
- Silky and smooth visuals
- Vivid colors on a grey box
- Soft background gradients
The Sistema for GUK AI represents the first software that generates samples for musicians. However, despite its revolutionary functionality, its visual identity was slightly outdated. So, Kovdra Design Bureau worked on the website redesign that matches the product’s modern functionality.
Aside from its aesthetic changes, the UX itself was improved drastically. From the moment you arrive, this single-page design inclines you to hit the CTA button, immediately transferring you to a set of generated samples you can try out.
The visuals opt for a synesthetic vibe, as the layout combines white blobby visuals with soft gradients in the background, delivering a silky and smooth combination (like the one a well-versed DJ makes).
After the hero section, you get a wide, clear view of the product on a dynamic image that tilts based on your cursor positioning. The image portrays the light grey object highly contrasted with vivid colors embracing the buttons and an abstract blend of colors on the main button, once again illustrating the art of mixing.
4. FuturAI by Carlos Lastres
- Dark themed design
- Neon color gradients
- Creative shift in the “Contact” section
Carlos Lastres’ design for FuturAI is everything you’d expect from the name and more! This ultra-modern web design features clearly divided sections on a pitch-black background contrasted by bold, white typography.
This dark-themed design is packed with subtle dynamic elements and visuals that are embodied with neon color gradients, together forming a fresh, stylish combination that leans on futuristic appeal.
The cohesive visual narrative comes to an end with a creative twist: the “Contact” section “unleashes” the locked gradients into its full background whereas the information window is presented through a black form box.
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5. Future Works by HOO KOO E KOO
- Immersive scrolling experience
- Typewriter typography style
- Pastel background colors
HOO KOO E KOO’s web design for Future Works showcases the expertise behind the brand’s joint team of experts in a swift, clean web platform that acquaints you with the team, their work style, and a lot more on a compelling single-page design.
The design greets browsers with an incredible color play showcasing a distinctive visual that changes shapes and colors as you scroll, setting you up for an immersive scrolling experience.
The pastel background colors divide the sections and provide a background for the heavy black font style that resembles the digital version of typewriting.
The layout follows cohesive, all-you-need-to-know guidelines: clearly elaborating on the work style first, then showcasing case studies, introducing the team, and finally, exhibiting the results!