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70 Typographic, Clean And Minimalist Color Scheme Web Designs


Hello there! It’s time for little inspiration and this time I wanted to showcase something different. You may know that very popular designer slogan – “More is Less”, and yes it’s often so true – unexperienced people tend to overcrowd, use too much colors in their designs. I just love these designs – they are very light, clean and usually uses only monochrome color scheme and just one or two bright colors for links or headers.

You may also notice for such designs it’s more about grid, harmonic distribution through whole page and very silent, elegant accents. It’s not about many colorful photos,images or icons, crazy backgrounds or experimentation. Almost all of those designs are very clean, slightly increasing web page loading time, sometimes it’s crucial to have as light designs as possible, for example reddit, digg, stumbleupon social networks also consist of very few images and where is possible just color and CSS is used.


1. Brilliancy

One of the best clean, light and elegant websites I came across in this research. Really brilliant!


brilliancy-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

2. OffSet Media

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3. PixelBot

pixelbot-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

4. Pixel Umbrella

pixel-umbrella-minimalist-web-design-inspiration


5. Kristi Hines

Very clean, yet professional web design.


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6 .Made By On

made-by-on-minimalist-web-design-inspiration


7. Hot Meteor

Hot Meteor specializes in web, print, and branding. Their site looks really professional and clean, good design is one of the best ways how to attract new clients.

hot-meteor-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

8. Mark Boulton Design

Excellent accents leading your eye through whole page in the way author wants it. Follow me to this through – magazine photo + new(s) design is the first point which grabs attention, author explains there what is this site and company about – that first attention grabber is very important. Only then you look at his logo and read further – work, our clients, news, contact sections.

mark-boulton-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

9. BKWLD

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10. Concentric-Studio

concentric-studio-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

11. Vitor Lourenco

Visit his homepage – starting from index page you’ll get amazed how effectively Vitor Lourenco uses white space.

vitor-lourenco-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

12. Forget Foo

forget-foo-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

13. GetFinch

get-finch-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

14. ShaunInMan

shaun-in-man-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

15. Arty Papers

Beautiful website using just few very subtle, monochrome colors and only pink color in logo is used to highlight most important links.

arty-papers-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

16. Vesess

vesess-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

17. SimpleBits

simple-bits-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

18. DesignWorkPlan

design-workplan-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

19. MadeBySofa

we-are-sofa-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

20. 80/20 Studio

80-20-studio-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

21. Clear Left

clear-left-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

22. Aentan

On this site so much is going on – I mean so many sections and categories, but still it looks pretty clean.

aentan-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

23. Huge Inc

huge-inc-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

24. Rustin Jessen

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25. Daniel Oliver

daniel-oliver-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

26. Subtraction

subtraction-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

27. Information Architects

ia-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

28. The Man In The Sea

the-man-in-the-sea-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

29. Built By Buffalo

buffalo-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

30. Corporate Risk Watch

Site looks really professional and clean aligned in left side of the screen, also try their navigation – really unique approach!

cew-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

31. Pixel Haven

pixel-haven-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

32. Design Hotels

design-hotels-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

33. Jon Tangerine

jon-tangerine-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

34. Winnie Lim

winnie-lim-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

35. Wonderful Union

wonderful-union-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

36. Apple

Obvious, but I could not resist myself and not to include Apple minimalist ethalon page, though everyone knows about it already I am sure.

apple-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

37. Darren Hoyt

darren-hoyt-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

38. Ronnie San

ronnie-san-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

39. Shift PX

shift-px-clean-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

40. 5ThirtyOne

5thirty-one-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

41. Andy Rutledge

andy-rutledge-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

42. Anthony James Bruno

anthony-james-bruno-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

43. Astheria

astheria-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

44. Big Kid

bigkid-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

45. Cade Martin Photography

cade-martin-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

46. David Airey

david-airey-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

47. Eight Face

eightface-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

48. Feed A Fever

feed-fever-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

49. Fell Swoop

fellswoop-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

50. Hello Stefan

hello-stefan-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

51. Jamie Gregory

jamie-gregory-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

52. LindenTibbets

lindentibbets-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

53. Matt Bango

matt-bango-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

54. Martin Hipp

martin-hipp-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

55. Site Inspire

site-inspire-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

56. Welcome To Human Resources

human-resources-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

57. z8

Click on Portfolio and Contact buttons, you’ll see nice Javascript animation going on there.

z8-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

58. Kyle Steed

kyle-steed-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

59. Joni Korpi

joni-korpi-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

60. The Portfolio of David Arias

david-arias-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

61. El Candor

el-candor-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

62. I Love Typography

i-love-typography-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

63. The NetSetter

the-net-setter-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

64. Jeff Doe Design

jeff-doe-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

65. Kyle Standing

kyle-standing-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

66. GB Studio

gb-studio-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

67. Poccuo

poccuo-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

68. Zurb

zurb-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

69. 39/18 Company

38-18-company-minimalistic-web-design-inspiration

70. F5 Fest

f5-fest-minimalist-web-design-inspiration

I will soon continue with Part 2, because there are a lot more beautiful light designs so stay with us!

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    I was thinking about going into stagecraft or lighting design because I love theatre both onstage and backstage and backstage seemed like the safer option. But I was looking at a couple websites and it listed jobs for technical theatre that only lasted a couple shows or just one season. Are they all like that or can they be permanent jobs?

  • PolishPokeyPimp August 7, 2013 at 8:18 pm

    In my place the LFS( Local Fish Store) people say that they are special lights designed especially for the planted tank, is it true or a standard fluorescent is enough ?

  • white man August 13, 2013 at 12:12 am

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  • stingerms August 14, 2013 at 12:30 pm

    I volunteer at my local church on the technical team. I’m looking for a good software that allows me to create new light designs for new installs on partnering churches. I would love something that allows me to build from the ground up. Any help would be appreciated.

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    what kind of lighting fixtures should be used fof the basketball court of the gymnasium?And what about the lightings above the bleachers. Also, i need advice on the lighting design of the stage at one end of the gymnasium. Thanks!
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  • Arminator October 15, 2013 at 7:19 am

    I am currently a Freshman at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I know for a fact that after graduation I would like to move to Britain. Most of my concern is that I am a theatre technology student and I wonder what it is like to have to find a job over there. My specialty is Rigging and lighting design; what I would really like to do is find a job working on tours with bands. My curiosity also has a bit to do with how in demand these jobs are in Britain? any information on the subject would be fantastic!

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    I am making an elastic band powered car in Technology and have decided to use propellors. The propellors are made out of plastic and are fairly good. I need a light design which uses just 4 elastic bands and will probably need to used at least 3 propellors. Can you help me? Please include diagrams. Thanks.

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    If an area based on the lighting design is having a 200 lux reading as its average illumination level, can one directly measured it using a light meter and would the reading be 200 lux as what have been designed?

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    I am wondering what the best universities are for theatre production and design in Canada. I am mainly focused on lighting design, but I would like to become knowledgable in all areas of theatre production.

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    I am art and design student and mainly interesting 3d designs like modeling, light designs. I also love to design spaces. Before looking for HE course, I have searched some 3D & interior designer jobs but find surprising result. some industries asking for 3D designer who could handle software and some architectural industries asking for 3D kitchen designer but as you search about 3d and interior designing courses then description about them is totally different then jobs, means in 3D designing you will study ceramic and sculptural studies and in interior designing courses offering study about space. So the moment I am confuse between jobs and courses. Could any one help me please to understand difference between 3D designer and interior designer?

  • Kaylla November 25, 2013 at 2:21 pm

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  • SteveO November 26, 2013 at 12:54 pm

    I am trying to hook up rope lights in my boat. I took out the old lights in the cutty cabin and have access to the original 2 power wires. Can I run the new rope lights (designed for plug-in 110volts) to these wires after taking off the plug which originally came attached to the rope lights or do I need an inverter.

  • Ryan Dunn November 28, 2013 at 2:03 am

    I need to get a sketch on white paper to photocopy onto black paper… it’s part of an assignment for my Lighting Design class. We then must use colored pencils to draw on top of the image on the black paper.

    My question is… how the hell am I going to get the sketch to be visible on black paper using a photocopier?

  • ttocs November 28, 2013 at 10:54 pm

    I am the general manager of a lighting showroom. I’m looking to gain more business by offering something GREAT for home builders and contractors. If you are in this field, what do you generally expect or wish you could gain from this sort of partnership? Commission for referrals? Discounts? Free lighting design?

  • The Beatles November 29, 2013 at 6:19 pm

    “North Huntingdon planning commissioners are brainstorming ideas for a potential township ordinance that would regulate the brightness of lights, particularly those at businesses during the night hours.”

    Similar ordinances, promoted by the Pennsylvania Outdoor Lighting Council, have passed in 35 municipalities in the eastern part of the state.

    “The council, which is the state affiliate of the International Dark-Sky Association, aims to encourage residents, businesses and municipalities to adopt “good outdoor lighting practices” such as energy-efficient lighting design and operation, limiting light pollution and protecting highway motorists from nuisance glare.”

    http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/pittsburghtrib/s_610986.html
    – especially for businesses that have a lot of valuables to not light up at night doesn’t make much sense.