April 10, 2021

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

It’s always nice to browse some nice and clean websites. It is a good way to get inspiration for future projects and also to see how designers are delivering clean designs. Today we gathered some inspiring examples to show you that clean layouts don’t need to be plain and boring, you can have colors, textures, illustrated elements and much more. Remember that the concept of clean design is to have something simple, striped from allegories and unnecessary elements, not something boring. So check out the examples we have here and let us know what you think of them.

living edge

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Shane Prendergast

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Wallmob

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Wootten

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Oli Llisher

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Pitchbox

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Thankful

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

kippt

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Studio Brun

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Coastal Conservation League

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Peachey Photography

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Richard Photo Lab

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

mixpanel

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Joyride Coffee Distributors

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Lars Tornoe

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Knock Knock Factory

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Cedric Vella

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Amy Woodside

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Instrument

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

Michiel de Draaf

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

The Clocksmiths

21 Inspiring Clean Website Designs

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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

15 Comments

  1. Susan Rubinsky Reply

    There is so much “clean” design these days that is so lacking in depth. I call these sites “Fluff” (like a can of fluff, pretty but, oh so empty) — they look like nice big fluffy clouds, so nice and peaceful but after a couple of seconds you realize there is no depth so you leave and never come back.

  2. QLS Reply

    Again, very inspiring! Living Edge is my favorite… their logo should have been one of the “Negative Space in Logos” examples. Brilliant!

  3. Kathie Kemp Reply

    I have always enjoyed your posts as they have come to my attention. But I have never mentioned it to you. So, here it is – Thank you for your intelligent and great collections!

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