For this month of November, we gather website from a wide range of business fields – beauty and fashion, health and fitness, architecture, real estate and more.
Ready to check them out? Let’s get started!
Graphic design and architecture are what Alboria Studio is an expert about and their site proves a lot about it. The whole site in parallax scroll and this personally amazes me (and I bet you’ll be amazed, too). The sticky vertical navigation makes it easy for the user to browse through the site. I like how they combined art and neatness.
The use of creative containers draws attention to users. It personally triggers me to click the images and texts appear animatedly. The gallery section attracts a user to browse through their recent works and discover a form where description remains on the same position on the page as you continue browsing through the images. I like how the site maintained a stylish interface yet maintained clarity and neatness.
990 Sells is a real estate company in Phoenix, Arizona. The site features a full-width photo in an overlay on the banner with few texts and contact information. I like the use of the slider in displaying the testimonials as it drives the user to stare on the screen for a while before continue scrolling down. The cool slider lets your filter your property’s price and it’ll compute the saving you’ll get from selling with their agents.
On the How it Works page, you’ll discover images and long texts laid out alternately from one side to another creating a neat website. The photos cover half of the page’s width it added style to the site. The design language is well unified, simple yet impressive.
Brisuthi, defined as ‘Pure’ in Thai is a beauty line producing a range of organic beauty products. If minimalism would be the topic, this one will surely be a talk. The landing page features grayscale images with some depicting shades of gold. Photos of different sizes are laid out accordingly creating a proportion design language. Texts are in small font size allowing the images to speak for themselves.
The products pages contain images and buttons that open a modal displaying the product’s description, description for use, benefits, and price. Incorporating the grayscales and the consistency of white spaces sum up to an austere website.
The Woodmans Arms
The Woodmans Arms is a UK-based restaurant that showcases a Seaweed ( a shade of green) themed website. It uses a slick slider on its banner – a bit common, huh? What makes it amazing is that the images appear to be as one but there are parts that open a new page when clicked.
The site’s landing page combines the use of parallax, a slider with stunning videos, and images as menu items with hover styles. The restaurant menu is not included on the site but there are links that open a file of it, instead. Also, the site uses Image Hotspot widget that can be seen on the Supplies page. Another thing is the use of a sticky top navigation bar that is really helpful especially for first-time visitors to the site.
Serenity Apartments is a collection of stunning residences designed by award-winning architects from parts of Sydney, Australia. The site’s landing page looks cool aside from the fact that it tells about what the business is. It fills the screen with some texts and two containers. The containers come with a Light Blue (French Pass specifically) overlay and a background image.
When clicked, a new page will open with a sticky navigation bar linked to specific sections. The pages contain a slick slider for the banner and showcase of images, description of the property and a contact form. To wrap thing up, this one looks neat and elegant at the same time.
Mandeo Records is an audiovisual production company based in Miño (A Coruña – Spain) specializing in film production, sound and dubbing, music recording and aerial footage recording. The site uses a combination of Red and Black with touches of white. The landing page comes with a video playing on the banner’s background, images that grow on hover, animated counters, flip boxes, and sliders.
The use of tilt shape dividers added style to the site’s interface. The About Us page stun me with images that are laid out accordingly and its minimalistic content area. The Fulfilled Projects showcases their recent works within slick sliders that are easy to navigate.
Rejuvenating Vegan Spa
Vegan skincare services are what Rejuvenating Vegan Spa offers. The site uses a color scheme that reflects what they are all about – Green and nature. The features the use of parallax and shape dividers that creates style and proper partition between sections. It includes a neat content area with texts that talk a lot about the business.
Two more things that deserve your attention on this site are the Before & After sliders on the homepage that exhibit the benefits and effects of their products. The Services pages display the pricing of their services. The Pricing page features the use of according that avoid the overabundance of contents.