Top 10 Websites for Designers—Games for Designers + Fivefootsix

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Here at HOW, we strive to bring you graphic design inspiration and advice in all its forms, whether that means revealing the creative whys and hows behind noteworthy projects featured in HOW magazine, delivering to you a compelling download that informs you of the latest in the industry, or sharing with you the top design websites we come across.

As always, our latest list of the “Top 10” websites for designers highlights some of the best design websites out there today. Whether you’d like a dose of design inspiration or some specific examples of sites that are infused with personality through forms of visual storytelling, you’ll find what you want and more in this list.

Personality through Visual Storytelling & More in This Month’s Top 10 List

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Submit your site for consideration. Did you miss last month’s Top 10 websites?

Fivefootsix

This London-based branding and design agency shows a playful and warm side with the opening animation that gives a little hug.

Fivefootsix


Social Design House

Social is a studio that has found a theme in donuts and created graphics and information around it.

Social Design House


A.H.A. Design

This architecture, product and graphic design firm displays a bit of whimsy with their opening images.

A.H.A. Design


Move

A digital talent agency for London, Move adds some personality to their site with little drawings of people.

Move

 


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For Better Coffee

The graphic pattern catches you right away, but it becomes even more interesting as you scroll down and watch the coffee bean go through a brewing process.

For Better Coffee


Lunar Gravity

This digital experience agency leans on the moon and some minimal graphic treatments for its design.

Lunar Gravity


Alt

Graphic design agency Alt puts its team front and center with an opening background video (plus, I like their logotype).

Alt Design

 

POIVRE

A graphic, black and white aesthetic is used for this interactive development lab.

POIVRE


Within the Fold

Within the Fold is a site for crowd-funded, black and white apparel. If a shirt gets 10 or more pre-orders, it will go to print.

Within the Fold


Games for Designers

Simply a collection of online games that designers will enjoy playing.

Games for Designers

 

  • Remember to submit a site you think should be included in this list of top design websites next month.

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3 thoughts on “Top 10 Websites for Designers—Games for Designers + Fivefootsix

  1. ajosh9078

    Agree, they ar all pretty designs. I think the biggest problem most of us have is we look at the same site every day and its easy to stop “looking” at it after a while, complacency sets in.

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