Dark designs can be really stunning. I mean, really. In Web 2.0 designers try to do their best to impress their visitors and in many cases they definitely succeed in doing so.
As a second (out of five) part of our 50 Beautiful CSS-Based Web-Designs in 20061 collection we’d like to present some stunning, but rather unknown dark designs, which you really should have seen if your aim is to develop web-sites in the modern “Look & Feel”-style. Links checked: June/15 2008 – 5 Designs deleted.
- 1 https://www.smashingmagazine.com/2006/12/19/50-beautiful-css-based-web-designs-in-2006/
- 2 http://www.designbyfront.com/
- 3 http://snagt.net/
- 4 http://www.justinshattuck.com/
- 5 http://www.glingglo.net/
- 6 http://www.brokenkode.com/
- 7 http://www.johndahlback.com/
- 8 http://fusionfox.com/
- 9 http://www.soulshaker.co.uk/
- 10 http://www.merix.com.pl/
- 11 http://coda.co.za/
- 12 http://ebonmusic.com/
- 13 http://www.dacreate.co.uk/
- 14 http://www.magnitude.co.uk/
- 15 http://www.zindustry.com/
- 16 http://www.badboy.ro/
- 17 http://www.cviscusi.com/
- 18 http://www.deardorffinc.com/
- 19 http://www.baranda-tequila.com/welcome.html
- 20 http://www.backbeatmedia.com/
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