30 Strikingly Vibrant Web Designs for Inspiration

Sep 9 2011 by Jacob Gube | 19 Comments

30 Strikingly Vibrant Web Designs for Inspiration

Working with bright, high-impact colors in your designs can prove to be a powerful tool in your creative arsenal. Bright colors are able to grab attention and they make a design appear fun, youthful, cheery and modern. Because using loud, bold colors in a design can go from these positive themes to as though a child went a little bit wild with crayons, check out this collection of beautifully vibrant web designs for inspiration.


Ryan Keiser

Tim Biskup

Sunday Best

Girl Effect

Bit This!



Netlife Research



Jacob Lee

Daniel Martín


Bzzy App



Alfred App

Rice Bowls

Love of My Life



Tori’s Eye





Trent Walton



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Jacob Gube is the Founder and Chief Editor of Six Revisions. He’s also a web developer/designer who specializes in front-end development (JavaScript, HTML, CSS) and also a book author. If you’d like to connect with him, head on over to the contact page and follow him on Twitter: @sixrevisions.


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September 9th, 2011

Really these are the Vibrant Web Designs. thanx for sharing this.

M. McKee

September 9th, 2011

I really like the Bit This and Republic2 pages. Simple and clean.


September 9th, 2011

Great mixup :) I am a big fan of vibrant colors, especially on Business websites


September 9th, 2011

Great post! Love the colors!!!!

G Garcia

September 9th, 2011

Are you pinoy?


September 9th, 2011

It is an interesting collection of modern and innovative websites.
It opens our eyes and minds to see and experience new approaches
for reaching targeted audience/customers.

I like 89Bytes webdesign.
It is simple, cheery and eye-catching.
Thanks for sharing it.

Daquan Wright

September 9th, 2011

Very nice Jacob, I love these roundups, especially since I’m always looking for inspiration regarding future UIs I design.

Colors are very powerful and I’d say far more powerful than pretty graphics, especially since you can couple it with raw type for beautiful effects. I definitely need to do more experimentation with colors in my future web projects.


That website I didn’t particularly like, the changing colors make me fixate on the background more so than the content… xD

Otto Jack

September 10th, 2011

Unique unusual collection of Web designgs, Great Job!

Evgenia Grinblo

September 10th, 2011

I absolutely LOVE these, Jacob! Thanks for sharing them. Such brilliant, exciting colors and lively visual decisions. Really energized me to do something new!


September 10th, 2011

I like how some projects combined different colors to make their design work. really loving this collection.

John Deen

September 11th, 2011

I like the one about the kick in the ass lol


September 12th, 2011

I love a lot of these designs – I think that ‘vibrant’ designs can sometimes be overwhelming, but most of these do it so well, that it just works. Extremely vibrant colours need to be very well though out, I think that Denny’s do a great job with it.

Good post :)


September 13th, 2011

I have a n00b question, those themes does look pretty great but does those themes with pretty much little to no content on the homepage seo-friendly?


September 14th, 2011

Great compilation, but i agree with @Tech84 about SEO-concerns.

Btw, can anybody tell me some words about this one? http://popnroll.hu/

Thanks in advance.


September 19th, 2011

That tori’s eye site is pretty cool.

Robin Jennings

September 25th, 2011

There’s some awesome sites there.

I really like Sunday Best, well best, the use of a cute character with a nice fun background and a really nice title using two fonts works so well.

Someone’s spent some serious time getting that right.

Peter / Stockfresh

October 30th, 2011

Great collection!
Trent Walton, Analogue and POPA are the best IMHO :)


November 26th, 2011

wow amazing list!


December 20th, 2013

This is a great collection of web site designs. I had a look through all the sites to see, which one I thought looked the best and even though four sites are no longer live I have to say I liked Toriseye (http://toriseye.quodis.com/).

The design is clean and the colors go well with the layout. I love the clouds that scroll across the page.

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