This article explores some of the most beautiful website designs that showcase exceptional creativity, innovation, and attention to detail.
As you know, the best website designers put as much weight on functionality as aesthetics. Discover how the following examples of their work captivate users and leave lasting impressions through beautifully designed websites!
Table of Contents
- Mensy Shop by Malord
- Huawei Corp by Elena Saharova
- Love, Ara Shopify Store by Petruth IT Solutions
- LUXECIERGE by be++er
- Iziproff by DRUGOE Digital bureau
- Boho Studio by Uniforma Studio
- European Outdoor Group by Blunt Crayon
- Victorian Woodworkers Association by Hue Studio
- PLANR by OrangeOrange
- North Ammonia by Mission
- Odesa subway by Solar Digital
- o'k by Vorbulla
- Conceptions Reproductive by The 215 Guys
1. Mensy Shop by Malord
- Fashionable and classy
- Rounded geometrical elements
- Customized font styles for headlines
Mensy Shop’s online store was designed by Malord to be one of the most beautiful website designs in eCommerce. The agency evoked an emotional response through a sleek monochromatic design that sets the stage for a colorful product showcase.
The layout entails five shades: white, black, and two shades of gray, making up a stylish composition broken down with a disrupting orange hue that breaks the monotony. The headlines are in a funky customized font with small cursive texts in orange decorating them.
Fashionable and classy, the design is elevated with slim vertical and horizontal rounded geometrical elements, most commonly resembling a capsule outline. The design opts for an all-around edgeless experience, with the products framed in slightly rounded squares.
Another stylistic addition is the occasional barcode visual that comes in white or orange, with two intersecting circles.
2. Huawei Corp by Elena Saharova
- Rounded edges
- A well-branded design
The new Huawei Corp website concept by Elena Saharova balances customer needs and brand recognition, resulting in one of the most beautiful website designs in the tech industry!
The hero section is divided into two interactive sections. The left part represents an information hub, shuffling the latest tech-savvy news, while the right simultaneously showcases the featured products on a carousel.
As you scroll, you’re met with a dynamic product visual. You may read through the product details and marvel at the image representations surrounding the product.
Then comes the news section with a scaled-up CEO quote and a full-screen video showcasing the Huawei universe through an immersive journey, delivering a well-branded design.
3. Love, Ara Shopify Store by Petruth IT Solutions
- A holistic, clean design
- Testimonial section in a carousel
- A lovely, feminine About section
Petruth IT Solutions is behind one of the most beautiful website designs today, the exquisite Love, Ara Shopify Store revamp. The new design improved the user experience through a functionality boost and the brand’s recognition through a theme adaptation.
The hero section greets you with two poster copies, one promoting the latest collection and the other informing you about their top promo period. As you scroll, the sticky menu follows you around and allows you to navigate the site quickly without losing your flow through a full-screen drop-down effect.
The design is clean and highly product-oriented, with vast positive space leveraged to present different styles of clothing items. The sections are simple and easy to follow, with a holistic pattern across the design: a legible headline on the left and five featured product-oriented images. Below are the carousel testimonial and press sections.
However, there are exceptions where aesthetics come first. The “About” section is a great branding tool for this design – it is chic, feminine, and personal, addressing the brand and you as a browser. It’s decorated with rounded pink visuals and empowering content blocks. Other websites have presented their About Us pages as beautifully as this one!
4. LUXECIERGE by be++er
- Clean and relaxing
- Laid-back, edgeless design
- A “show, don’t tell” approach
Through a clean and relaxing website design built by be++er, the brand lets you in on a secret – planning your trips doesn’t have to be stressful. With a blank space acting as a pleasant canvas without any aggressive buttons and other redundant elements, the design invites you to unwind and go through a series of short copies that indicate a safe space for your needs.
The peaceful monotony of this single-page design is broken down into three places. The first shows a digital artwork of an orange cross-section in the middle of an abstract blue visual. It appears random, followed by more copies, real-life imagery of a resort with pools and an orange-like swimming ring. The visuals send a powerful “show, don’t tell” message to the browser, ensuring they’ll get what was promised.
5. Iziproff by DRUGOE Digital bureau
- An avatar mascot
- A comprehensive menu of services
- Pastel gradients
DRUGOE Digital bureau helped Iziproff extend the brand’s visibility online through a simple yet aesthetically pleasing web design that wonderfully communicates the brand’s outsourcing potential.
The design is led by an avatar mascot. The orange-hair girl who holds a data chart is usually placed next to other visuals that add to the appeal of the design, like the digital pie charts and bar graphs. The other visual elements are mostly geometrical, showing full circles or parts of them, each colored in pastel gradients that reinforce the brand’s logo frame hues. These gradients can also be found on the buttons!
The design is decluttered and optimized to showcase the brand’s services seamlessly. The browsing experience features people performing different jobs and explaining how things work.
6. Boho Studio by Uniforma Studio
- A modern design
- A stylish palette
- Distinctive typography
Boho Studio’s branding needed some refreshing, and Uniforma Studio knew what to do. They provided a modern, beautiful website design that preserves the brand’s identity and improves its visibility online.
The design is colorful, with a soft shade of teal used as a background and lots of other pastel and bright hues splashed around the edges of the layout. The homepage initially greets you with the team and the brand’s portfolio, all through a gallery of freely positioned images.
With no specific order of content and photography, the studio positions itself as artistic and willing to cross the lines of common practices to deliver exceptional, personalized work.
The typography is atypical for architectural brands that generally opt for black or white content, with the green from the logo used as a sole typeface option.
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7. European Outdoor Group by Blunt Crayon
- Incredible gallery of natural scenery
- Accenting the legibility
- An extensive “About” page
European Outdoor Group's beautiful website design by Blunt Crayon takes you on a series of breathtaking field trips through a gallery that makes you want to join the organization.
The clean design relies heavily on wide-screen images of unobstructed and peaceful natural scenery combined with occasional short copies and buttons resembling the shades of the logo design.
The legibility is accented through the positive space amid two fantastic views, so the viewers’ eyes are never tired from the scrolling experience.
The distinctive “About” section contains an extensive explanation of the type of activities and the ways these activities are performed. Once again, the readability is preserved through vertical dividers that separate the points represented by suitable iconography complementing the content blocks.
8. Victorian Woodworkers Association by Hue Studio
- Thick black squares and rectangles
- Community galleries
- A well-branded design
One of the most beautiful website designs is courtesy of the design agency Hue Studio for the Victorians Woodworkers Association. It's a neatly organized website that helps the client continue its mission of nurturing generations of carpenters and woodwork enthusiasts.
The whole design follows the structure of the logo, with the thick black lines separating sections and building squares and rectangles reminiscent of the logo’s frame. The coloring scheme resembles all types of wood the artisans usually work on, with the addition of green shades found on the tree’s leaves and the grass surrounding it in a natural setting.
Several galleries showcase the communal activities and their members enjoying themselves, and a cool blog section to help introduce new members and announce events.
The website’s appeal is joined by its functionality boost that enables the members to pay fees online, explore different ways of learning how to work with wood, and even own a personalized profile with their portfolio.
9. PLANR by OrangeOrange
- An emotional user-interface
- A soothing color palette
- An homage to the Swiss landscape
As a CRM system in the construction industry, PLANR needs to present itself as a reliable service provider. OrangeOrange helped the brand communicate through a beautiful website design that evokes a laid-back, confident vibe that relaxes the browser.
This design is all about the interface. The content is light, and the buttons are rounded, emphasizing the relaxation and the majestic visuals that carry the design. A dreamy, fairy-tale journey filled with pastel colors and calming digital art scenery sets a perfect tone for evoking the targeted emotions. The design represents an homage to the country of origin: Switzerland. Across the website, you can see tranquilizing natural scenery, with mountains, lakes and trees, all reminiscent of the Swiss landscapes.
Lastly, the soothing colors of purple and blue are complemented by white and gray.
10. North Ammonia by Mission
- Liquid motion
- Playful illustrations
- Emphasized empirical data
North Ammonia’s attempt to become the leading provider of green energy in the Norwegian maritime sector is excellently portrayed in this beautiful website design by Mission, as it manages to take the edge off serious issues while educating the public on them.
The dominant color in this design is green, with multiple darker and lighter shades balancing each other out. These colors are present in the hero section, where light-green gas blobs move around on a gradient built around darker shades of the color. However, they’re also used to deliver witty illustrations that accompany the educative sections of the website.
Aware of the significance of the eco-friendly approach, the brand’s empirical data is not hidden but emphasized through larger fonts across the design. This helps position the brand as honest and transparent.
11. Odesa subway by Solar Digital
- Ingenious and ironic
- Built on the meme culture
- Using humor to point out a serious issue
When we talk about beautiful cities, we often talk about their means of transportation because they help them function. And to this day, there’s no better way of getting around in a big city than through the subway. The same goes for Odesa and its metro station. The only problem is – it does not exist!
But its website does, and it's one of the most beautifully designed websites, thanks to Solar Digital. The agency created a website to call out the authorities on the years of their empty promises. Although there are parts built around the meme culture that is genuinely funny and ironic, the real beauty of the design lies in the potentially viable solutions offered by the agency.
The design leverages humor through absurd visuals (like a statue with the head of Robert Downey Jr. Rolling his eyes) to get the public’s attention and lend a hand in developing the subway. The website is laden with popular GIFs and crazy images, each ingeniously serving a broader purpose of informing the viewer about the issue.
12. o'k by Vorbulla
- Delicious, real-life ingredient pictures
- A wavy single-page layout
- Two interactive visuals
O’k is a pioneer in the Swiss food market, providing vegans and vegetarians with the first vegetable-based doner kebabs in the country. The agency Vorbulla created this intriguing yet beautiful website design with a pastel blue and green background. The site relies on cute dynamic elements and pictures of fresh ingredients and products to speak to existing and attract new customers.
The browsing experience on this single-page layout feels cozy and intuitive, with fresh vegetables spread across the board and excellent horizontal wavy lines introducing each new color-coded section.
On this website, scrolling equals rolling an open kebab full of delicious components rotates as you head down from the hero section. While this is one of the only two interactive visuals on the website, it helps break down the monotony of a larger content block. The other one can be found near the footer, representing fresh vegetables rotating on an invisible conveyor belt.
13. Conceptions Reproductive by The 215 Guys
- Aspirational and aesthetically pleasing imagery
- Fresh color scheme
- Intuitive navigation with dropdown menus
Conceptions Reproductive's website, designed by The 215 Guys, is not only visually captivating. It's also packed with valuable information for users exploring fertility care.
As you browse the site, heartwarming images of families and dedicated medical professionals greet you. It perfectly balances aspiration and professionalism, showcasing the organization's dedication to providing exceptional reproductive healthcare.
The homepage features comprehensive content explaining the organization's mission and services. The agency has done a great job with the typography, using bold and sans-serif fonts that make the text easily digestible.
One standout feature is the user-friendly navigation bar. Hovering over the options reveals neat dropdown menus, providing easy access to various subcategories.
The white and green color scheme also lends a fresh and streamlined look, perfectly aligning with the organization's focus on reproductive health. It exudes cleanliness and a sense of tranquility that's important in such a sensitive field.
In addition, the website utilizes data visualization tools to simplify complex information and highlight critical clinical research projects and global advancements in reproductive medicine.
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