June 30, 2020

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

What makes a clean web design layout? What are the elements that tells us if a layout is clean or not? Probably each person has their own view on this subject, and today we gathered a few examples of web designs that we believe are clean. In our opinion clean doesn’t mean the absence of colors, images or animation (for instance). We believe that a clean layout is the one that has the right amount of elements to show its point without overloading the user with information. Clean is the layout where things are disposed in a way that makes everything clear and easy to browse. Today you will find here examples of websites that use color, image, typography, and much more while delivering a clean design. Check it out and let us know what do you think is the main element of a clean layout.

Ideaware

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Mercer Tavern

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Emporium Pies

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Minerva Streetwear

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Field Trip

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Handiemail

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Noble Design

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Caava Design

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Steve Vorass

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Gubb & Mackie

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Mustasj

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Exit Zero Project

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Type Code

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Otter Surfboards

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Issey Miyake

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Verdi

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Unbornink

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Banner Ads

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Lapka

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

GRK Fresh Greek

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

Fine Thought

21 Clean Web Design Layouts

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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

18 Comments

  1. Ernst Jansen Reply

    Thank you for sharing these inspirational clean websites. I totally agree that a clean website uses just the necessary design elements to get its point across and naturally attracts the website visitors eye to the most important area(s) on screen. The examples you provide perfectly show that there’s more ways to achieve this.

    1. Ray Reply

      Lapka is the worst. It is nothing more than a splash screen, something had has been out of date for more than 10 years. It is just another click the end user has to do to get at any information.

      Lapka is more about the designer saying “I am cool” than it is about good web design.

      1. Ann Reply

        I agree, Ray.

        If a site doesn’t let me know something about the content when I land there, I’m gone. Most of the others do this, or are enticing enough for me to want to investigate further.

      2. Immanuel Reply

        Did you guys actually visit the site?
        Its not a splash page. First it is intriguing, then a simple mouse movement will get you enough information to want to continue.

  2. John Ford Reply

    I like both Verdi and Mustasj – as they take ‘clean’ or minimal design to the next level by having the ability to express an idea through the visuals.

    I think the most successful clean style designs not only show you only the necessary elements with proper spacing etc, but they also 1. lift the brand and 2. express an idea clearly. This is the type of stuff that separates typical clean wordpress themes from a clean website with great communication of ideas and brand.

  3. Mary Reply

    Wow… I have so much to learn. Thank you for this inspiring article with the beautiful examples of clean website design. I particularly like Caava Design. The cutout showing the background through it is inspired! Not to mention the other details like the moving arrows and graphics upon scrolling. Gisele, you obviously have a great eye for design.

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