12 / 2020 Websites I ❤️


A collection of my favourite 2020 website designs. Filled with good typography, great photography and inventive ideas  for your inspiration and entertainment.


One page design with very subtle illustrated animations, a changing gradient background when scrolling down and a slick interaction between floor plans and photographics
By Ian Hatcher-Wiliiams (USA)
Another one pager and this time even more minimal. Just some great artwork and a scrolling sidebar.
By Roger Burkhard (Switzerland)
A super colourful and user-friendly 100% vegan beauty product headless site on Shopify. Bold typography, a moving logo and a very clean product display. 👏
By Numbered & Ask Phill (Netherlands)
Webshop for an independent brand of urban trekking shoes and accessories that comes from a convergence of arts and personalities. Using infinite scroll product navigation in a good way and a playful cursor as a finishing touch
By Niccolò Miranda (Italy)
I have been clicking around UN\REAL’s site for hours, enjoying the sharp transitions. The Swiss agency produced a wonderfully chaotic love letter to web animation.
By KiloKilo (Switzerland)
Simple is the new bold. A.N Other’s site is a super clean perfume webshop with a beautiful ( & unfortunately) custom typeface. Love the overlapping navigation and the sense of luxury it provides.
By Socio Design (UK)
A Year of Conscious Practice represents twelve opportunities; twelve spaces for dialogue or reflection—borrowing the basic format of the twelve-month calendar year pimped with cool hover effects
By Son La Phamy (Germany)
Webshop with beautiful big background images, micro interactions and animated changes between views to provide visual continuity to the user interface. Love the freight-display-pro font for the headers.
By Contra Studio (Colombia)
A dynamic, content focused design for I Weigh where Jameela Jamil challenges society’s definition of worth through weight by asking people with different views about how they are working through their past shames to find where their value truly lies.
By Kieran Baybuttt (UK)
We all know the internet is dirty. Data transfer requires electricity, which creates carbon emissions which leads to climate change. This webshop has reduced data transfer by up to 70% 👏. Fun fact: all images are low quality ~0.21g CO2
By Organic basics (Danmark)
Yuri Suzuki, in collaboration with the Design Museum and Roland, presents a digital musical instrument emulating the sound of the original TR-808 drum machine and TB-303 bass synthesiser. Highly addictive!
By Yuri Suzuki (UK)
And again another one pager is this innovative & bold (WordPress) website for Adovany, a mess-and-groovy-punk-soul-laser-band. Loving the movement in the links.
By Tereza Janeckova (Czech Republic)