July 3, 2020

40 Fresh Examples of Minimal Web Design

There is nothing more inspiring than a clean and minimal website. A design with few elements representing something. The saying “less is more”, even though somewhat cliche, couldn’t be more true. We already published here a A Showcase of Clean White Web Designs and a list with 60 Minimal and Super Clean Web Designs to Inspire You. Since minimal sites are always around and they are actually pretty trendy right now, we decided to gather a new list. Enjoy.

Works of WeLoveNoise

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Isotope 221

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Stuart Hobday

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hauser lacour

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Hinterland Studio

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byLouise

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Artypapers

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New Simplicity

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37signals

minimal09

BX22

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here design

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Alexander Munk

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Omnia

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Our Beautiful Game

minimal14

Julia Schaefers

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propeople

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Design Woop

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The Art of Metropia

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Lonely Tweet

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Indie Labs

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CouchCreative

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Vitor Lourenço

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The NewMode

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eCoverSuiteElite

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tictoc

minimal25

Wearable Print

minimal26

Grow Interactive

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Rodrigo Corral

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Staydecent

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VonChurch

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Carsten Prenger

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Rhythm

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Rob Treutel

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The Divisions

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Design Influence

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thinkmore

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Royale

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David Gill

minimal38

Mankind Creative

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Mainstudio

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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. Mitchell Allen Reply

    Gisele, I LOVE Lonely Tweet. Yah. That’s the one.

    Thanks for sharing this collection of websites.
    I really really need to update my theme, which has been around since before WP was launched! 🙂

    Cheers,

    Mitch

  2. Scott Reply

    Using large chunky text always has a good effect in these kind of websites. I really like “Grow Interactive” and think “Hauser Lacour” is very clever for using a diagonal line as it does. Great collection and thanks for sharing.

  3. ddeja Reply

    For me the best of the list are:
    1. Omnia project – incredible
    2. Vitor Lourenço site 🙂 nice nice nice
    3. thnwmd.com – nicely done but i thought it’s going to be based on just that left navi element.
    4. And the fourth place goes to carsten prenger – for me the font is a little bit off.

    As for the rest. Well it’s hard to say that website based only on slideshow gallery is an minimalistic site and that’s mostly the case in this list.

    Cheers.

  4. Joseph Reply

    Thanks for collating these. I like to think that minimalism is more than as aesthetic genre – it’s also simple and ‘practical’; this collection illustrates that idea very well.

    I’ve just rebooted my own site, http://www.simpledesign.com.au, and the ideas here were a great source of inspiration.

    Cheers!

  5. Mark Olsen Reply

    Nice work putting these together! As they say ‘less is more’ but it’s always a lot more difficult to come up with a very simple and useful design then a cluttered one.

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