October 28, 2021

25 Fresh Examples of Minimalist Web Designs

I believe that we can agree that minimal and clean websites are the new black. Every day people seem to be embracing more and more the idea of less is more. So we decided to gather a new list of minimal and clean websites to show you how designers are showcasing minimalism on websites. And here you will also see some use of color, showing that minimal does not mean colorless.

Craft – WordPress Portfolio Theme

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Plastical

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Girlfriend

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Bestwork

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Stephon Vernon Clarke

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Snagly

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Saville’s

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EEHarbor

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Adore You

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Barnt & Arnst

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Jon Montenegro

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Holger Huber

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Lundgren+Lindqvist

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Louise O’Reilly

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Ahrens

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Atlason

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Marlon Medau

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iPhone-icon

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Jeremy Gleave

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Core

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Logartis 2011

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Corpus

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P.A.P.

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Unfold

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Tinkering Monkey

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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

24 Comments

  1. Tristar Web Design Reply

    I really like the Logartis website, it’s so calm looking and the animation around the tree works wonderfully. I would love to be able to create something as complex as that. I love that the birds are comments. It would be great if you showcased more websites like this. Simplicity wise, I also like Tinkering Monkey.

  2. Hannah Reply

    I love minimalistic design, thanks for sharing these great examples. The Jon Montenegro site is very unusual – it’s definitely memorable!

  3. Butch V. Reply

    Stephen Vernon Clarke and Plastical are my favourites. They are simple and their work shown inside are the highlight among the rest of their site.

    John Montenegro good too but the loading time for the navigation is kind of long and makes me want to look at something else. I don’t have the patience to wait for something to load like that.

    Nice article though! The rest of the sites are nice and clean. Thanks! 🙂

  4. Jesdoit Reply

    ^^ i loved the logartis interactive website. very inspiring! lol i made 2 wishes on that site. hehe

  5. Fredrik Delin Reply

    Some people think of minimal design as a shortcut. A kind of style where creativity is hampered. Were the designers lazy or did they simply not have enough time to complete it? But it’s easy to see the difference. When you have come full circle both with the concept and the design and gone through iteration after iteration removing everything that is not functional; then is when you reach a true minimal design. And it’s beautiful.

  6. Buzz Reply

    Great collection of minimalist websites… my favourite is Logartis but there are plenty of others that look fantastic, thanks for sharing!

  7. Brindes Reply

    Thanks, there are some great minimalist layours here.

    Lately i have been looking specially for this type of design for websites since faster sites have gain a nice boost in their rankings in Google.

    I could say that minimalist layouts are trending now

  8. dessign Reply

    Beautiful examples, Ahrens is probably my favorite one, very professional and sharp looking site, minimal, clean and simple is the way to go.

    Marios

  9. Daniel Suarez Reply

    Many of this are really interesting, but what exactly falls under minimalistic? I always though minimalist as something that relies purely on basic shapes, color, type and white space, though I see many sites here that use shadows, gradients, etc.

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