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  2. Feb 21, 2020 · The list you provide about Award-Winning Best Website Designs to look in 2020. All are awesome. Mostly Paper Planes and Simply Chocolate i liked most. Thanks the article writer for this resource full list. Reply Justin Roberts says: at I saved Spinx Digital for inspiration not realizing you wrote the article!

    • Block Rage. Nostalgia is a powerful force these days. So much of the media we consume nowadays – popular shows like Stranger Things, or the stream of Hollywood reboots – is based on what we used to love.
    • Colonization of Mars. It’s one thing to add a lot of different elements to your page to encourage feelings of nostalgia, but the opposite direction is just as valid.
    • Wealth, Shown to Scale. On the topic of presenting your information in an engaging way, Wealth, Shown to Scale is one of the most enlightening and concerning websites on the internet.
    • Apple. There are few brands as synonymous with sleek design as Apple. Apple plays with the idea of minimalism, but doesn’t fully commit, adding a few extra design elements – like pictures and moving menus – that aren’t strictly necessary, but still engaging and enticing.
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    • Virgin America. Award: Most Significant Industry Evolution, 2014 UX Awards. In a world where airline websites are known to be riddled with major usability issues, Virgin America has one of the best websites that pushes usability, accessibility, and responsive design forward.
    • Feed. Award: Site of the Day (6/6/2015), Awwwards. Not only is Feed an interesting concept, but it also has a stunning execution that challenges our understanding of what is possible on the web.
    • ETQ. Award: Site of the Day (5/19/2015), Awwwards. ETQ takes a minimalistic approach to ecommerce with a stripped-down site. Big, compelling visuals of their product lay against simple, flat backgrounds accompanied by strong typography that keeps the focus on exactly what the user came there to see: shoes.
    • Mikiya Kobayashi. Award: Site of the Day (7/4/2015), Awwwards. Mikiya is a Product Designer with a minimalistic portfolio that showcases his work through strong photography and subtle animations.
    • Organicup. Ease of Use: The layout and how the messaging flows make it easy to understand the product and what you need to do as a user to purchase.
    • Google Store. Visual Appeal: A lot of white space, great flow, modern look and designs. User-Focused Messaging: The highlight is on benefits, much more than on the tech specs.
    • Wealthsimple. Animation: Great parallax animation effects as you scroll. (For example, the coin in the image above actually spins as you move down the page.)
    • Firefox. Color: This website does a great job of sticking with their recognizable brand colors that, you have to admit, are just plain fun.
  3. 2) They have nice designs and plugins, and they work perfectly with WordPress. 3) They have user-friendly page builder tools which make creating a website easy for anyone. 4) They have one particular theme called Divi that can be customized to whatever you need it to be.

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