Pixar’s 404 page is fun, and catchy. Creative 404 pages are a great way to redirect the user experience from something negative, to something positive.
Cowboy Bikes offers a series of beauty shots of its electric bike, but brings attention to important features with the layout and typography.
The Free People Style Guide includes a mosaic gallery demonstrating appropriate style choices for a variety of occasions. The gallery design has the effect of making the user feel like wandering down the page, through the looks, and into the details, which are accessible through the image zoom feature. Beautifully executed and inspired.
It’s one thing to talk about your product’s selling features. It’s another thing to show it. The full-screen homepage slider from Norweigan Rain does a good job of mixing close-up photography demonstrating product features, with lifestyle images showing it in use.
Melissa Joy Manning has always had beautiful jewelry. With the redesign of her website, you can really see it. The site is dominated by large, clear, clean images of her products. The detail view offers even more visual delight with further detail, and ability to edit settings such as metal and stone selection. When the product is all about looks, a website that can get out of the way, and let the product shine, is a beautiful thing.