There’s a handful of websites that web designers can turn to immediately for web design inspiration and that list is probably the same for every web designer out there.
All of these sites have a long-standing reputation in combination with high-quality content making them a leading resource for web design inspiration but what about lesserknown sites.
There are dozens more out there and yes, I’ll admit some are not that great but if you look carefully you’ll find a few that are equally great in posting up web design inspiration but they’re not as well known or as old as the front runners.
If you’re looking for web design inspiration then you’d do well to check out these less-known sites hosting some amazing web design inspiration for your next web project.
1. Nice one! I like!
A great little website with content
Httpster is a personal favourite of mine with a simple but clever UI.
3. Unmatched Style
Unmatched Style features smaller brand websites categorised by industry
Land-Book is a truley fabulous site focusing on landing pages only
5. StudioPress Genesis Framework
StudioPress make/sell WordPress themes using the Genesis framework. The designs themselves display creative ideas backed by a robust system of design and best of all these themes can be customised heavily into a new design altogether.
Siiimple is a web design inspiration site based on minimalistic web design and CSS based websites
7. Admire The Web
A quirky menu bar and a simple take on web design inspiration with projects featured by tags
SiteSee is a web design inspiration sites that curate great web design and creates collections for you to browse through.
BetaList is not really a web design inspiration website in the traditional sense. It’s actually a visual list of new startup companies who happen to have decent web site designs. Might be cool to check out what possibly future leading companies are doing with their web designs
Speckyboy is a web design magazine featuring numerous “best of ” lists including loads on website design. What makes this site a little more unique is that it comes from Scotland.
Using the likes of Behance and AWWWARDS is always a great start for web design inspiration but you don’t always find what you’re looking for on those sites. What’s more, they tend to feature big brand websites that may do things a little differently to what your client may need.
I’m sure that this list of alternative and unique websites for design inspiration will help you on your next project.