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The Top 10 Best Web Designs

Posted on 21st Apr 2013 @ 5:53 PM

                                                                                   The Top 10 Best Web Designs

When we talk about design websites, do not forget that the purpose of such a web product is mostly to help us do our job easier. This, of course, does not preclude some developers and designers to put a great deal of creativity in their creation. Namely the combination of appearance and functionality is the most important condition for the development of successful web design. See the top five sites that, according to Mashable.com, consumers won this year precisely this combination.


The fact that the site design worked minds that created Facebook, speaks well enough for Quora. Simplicity, which operates the site, is one of its greatest advantages and what most needed by all users. Of course, the biggest quality of Quora is the diversity of its members - if you have a question about Facebook, there will always be a sufficient knowledge of the subject. It has the same issues for marketing, advertising, etc.


Site search flights are never distinguished by good design. Well, Hipmunk could change that. Way, the results definitely makes searching for convenient flights much more relaxed and easy for consumers. The best news is that the company plans to launch similar sites related to other sectors of the tourism demand for hotels, for example.

Seesmic Desktop

This is the best desktop PC application that anyone fan of social media can imagine. The application has a whole arsenal of plugins that make it a starting point for all kinds of websites. One of the biggest features of the product certainly is the user interface which is both compatible with Windows and Mac, and is extremely elegant and pleasant to use.


This is the first revolutionary solution for integrating social networking iPad, which came out this year. Makers of Flipboard were the first who tried to stack cluttered content from social sites in something called "social magazine." This magazine, of course, contains updates from Facebook and Twitter, but they are now seen in a much more pleasant way.


It is time now to speak of set-top receivers. Some of them, however, as Roku has managed to attract attention with its simple, clean, bright and intuitive interface, which almost resembles the Wii gaming design of Nintendo. Roku complete rankings because that could demonstrate to consumers that Internet TV is terrible and handling it is much easier than you think.


Apple is the best example of striking the balance of simplicity with rich imagery sensitively-applied. It’s also a big, varied, constantly-new site with loads of content, which always feels easy & enjoyable to navigate. For solving the numerous demands on the UI so elegantly, this is, in my opinion, the best-designed web site in the world today.


Clear, open, fresh, simple. When you arrive at this site, you’re under no doubt what the site does, or where to start looking for what you want. The design is positive and happy. A consistent contender for best website design.


The website sells icons, so it lets the icons rule, showing its wares from the first page. The colours and typography are solid & strong, projecting a trustworthy brand while not getting in the way of the proposition.


“Why We Whisper – restoring our right to say it’s wrong” is a book about freedom of speech in the USA, written by Senator Jim DeMint and J. David Woodward, and has one of the best designed websites of this year. The page design is a great example of pixel-saving in action, with very little complexity going into the page background, leaving room for large, clear typography. I love the flourished rules between the quotes.


It does both these things really well, qualifying it as one of the best website designs of the year! The graphic design is designed around Alex’s work, with intelligent typography and just enough pixels used to give the site background its tattered, rich vibe. I love the way his portfolio page uses gradients to suggest the work in a print context.