October 16, 2020

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Single page websites have been a popular trend for a while now, and their popularity doesn’t seem to be losing any momentum. Going this route isn’t right for every project, but there are times when it’s fitting and just makes sense. For example, when there isn’t a lot of content, and you know the content won’t be growing very much in the future, it might makes sense to go with a single page design. It’s also a great way to engage the user with various effects as the page is scrolled.

For this post, we’ve gathered a collection of well designed single page sites that should give you plenty of inspiration for your next project.

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13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Guilherme Bento

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Create Pilates

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Fluger Design

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Paul Landon

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Adsy

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

17Grad

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

hi hayk

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Wrist

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Robby Leonardi

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Tonnelier

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

soyouwanttogotorisd.com

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

Julien Tome

13 Inspiring Single Page Websites

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Gisele Muller loves communication, technology, web, design, movies, gastronomy and creativity. Web writer, portuguese/english translator and co founder of @refilmagem & @mentaway Twitter: @gismullr

8 Comments

  1. Steve Reply

    Looks great one page websites, I think now the world is transforming to the great landing page instead of old crappy website designs..

    New technology really matters!

    Great work!

  2. Tim Reply

    I love single page sites and people who can do clever stuff, but some of these are just utterly terrible. Take 17Grad for example. I don’t think I’ve ever done so much scrolling in order to be told so little. And then about 80% down the way of the page, they have the gall to tell me “Keep it simple”! Not to mention that when you get to the bottom, there’s the “cutesy” “something went wrong” page, which just keeps loading and loading and loading nonsense. I loaded 60MB of content before I got tired of it and quit.

    I can’t see their work. I can’t see their philosophy. I can’t even tell who they are or what their experience level is. I see a bunch of terrible animations filled with buzz phrases like “CUTTING EDGE.” Ugh. Ugh, ugh, ugh.

  3. Lucie Kruger Reply

    I am really amazed after watching these websites, one page website is the best thing to show what you are and what you do in a single page, without consuming money and time in creating more than one pages.
    One page website is awesome and beautiful in look, i am bit confuse about the SEO benefits of these websites.

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