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Creative Process Website Design Inspiration

When you look at a website, do you ever think about how it got there? Do you ever think about how the images are placed, how the typography is chosen and how it’s laid out in such a way?

Whether we know it or not, what we all see on any website is the culmination of hours upon hours of hard work—otherwise known as a creative website design process. While the focus always tends to end up on the final product, it’s important to remember that everything you see online is the byproduct of someone’s creative process.

The Creative Process: Website Design Inspiration

Every designer has a creative process. It can be as unique as a fingerprint and it always starts with some sort of an inspiration. Inspiration is all around us—it can be something we see, hear, touch and even smell. It sparks ideas, starts conversations and moves things forward to new/better solutions.

Here is the third part of our ongoing series, “What Moves Us: Web Design Inspiration” (if you haven’t already, check out Vol. 1 and Vol. 2). These are some of the great designs that have inspired us lately.

What Moves Us — Web Design Inspiration, Vol. 3

Night Owl


Alen Pavlovic |  Dribbble 

House of Caslon



Olly Sorsby | @OllySorsby

Whiskey Ginger



adaptable |  Dribble 

V is for Victory




Rankin  | @rankinphoto

Best Breakfasts


Jon Contino | @joncontino



Ivan Belikov  |  Dribbble



Ross Moody  |  @55his

Beer Cans

Wesbite design inspiration

Jacob Pinson  |  Dribbble


Circles Conference


Focus Lab |  @FocusLabLLC


BlloonBlloon | @blloonapp

We hope you enjoyed this latest installment of our series focused on the role inspiration plays in the creative website design process. Our team of web designers is always on the lookout for inspiration.

Looking for an inspired new website? Drop us a line.

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