The Best Website Designs of 2016

Free e-book illustrating the 7 hottest trends of the year with 168 examples. Get web design inspiration with examples from Reebok, Dropbox, Airbnb, Google, and more.

  • The ultimate web design inspiration guide: 168 hand-picked websites with analysis of their visual design and interface design.
  • Learn from the best with web design examples analyzed from companies like Tumblr, Google, Airbnb, Dropbox, Reebok, Coin, Bose, Nest, and dozens more.
  • A practical and time-saving e-book for any designer.
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  • Ben Gremillion

    Ben Gremillion

    Ben Gremillion is a Content Designer at UXPin. Previously, he was a Design Writer at ZURB. He started in newspaper design, saw a digital future, and learned HTML/CSS in short order. He later earned an Adobe Certification, and learned up regex, PHP, MySQL, and other impressive-sounding acronyms. He also builds and maintains a CMS for webcomic artists, and participates in bi-annual NaNoWriMo challenges.

  • Carrie Cousins

    Carrie Cousins

    Carrie Cousins has more than 15 years of experience creating content for web and digital publications. Cousins, who is a designer and writer, also has an MBA from Virginia Tech. She’s a runner and participates in dog sports with three Australian Shepherds. Follow me on Twitter.

  • Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao

    Jerry Cao is a UX Content Strategist at UXPin. In his spare time he enjoys playing electric guitar, watching foreign horror films, and expanding his knowledge of random facts. Follow him on Twitter.

  • Matt Ellis

    Matt Ellis

    With a passion for writing and an interest in everything anything related to design or technology, Matt Ellis found freelance writing best suited his skills and allowed him to be paid for his curiosity. Having worked with various design and tech companies in the past, he feels quite at home at UXPin as the go-to writer, researcher, and editor. When he’s not writing, Matt loves to travel, another byproduct of curiosity.