Web Design Inspiration, Not Imitation

Are you a little bored of almost every website looking the same? Logo and menu at the top, then a slider, then some welcome text and then a three column section. Home page done.

If we only ever look at websites for inspiration we'll just keep duplicating the same stuff. Maybe End The Echo can help. It's a place to inspire web design without ever showing you web design. Let's see if we can create more and copy less.

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Architecture Series 41

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Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 40

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 39

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 38

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 37

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 36

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 35

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 34

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 33

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
Architecture Series 32

Thanks ISO Republic for the image

Web design inspired by architecture. Use this series to inspire your next web project. Things to think about: colour, texture, size, shape, detail, space, light, depth, emotion. What visual elements make this piece of architecture work? How would it feel to be there? How can this be transferred to a design for web?

 
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