Whether you’re just designing for fun, improving your skills, or bulking up your portfolio—web redesign concepts are a fabulous way to peek into the mind of a designer.
We dug deep into Dribbble for awesome website redesign concepts and collected a handful of favorites to kick off the week with a little inspiration.
Thule website redesign concept by Mykolas Puodžiūnas
“Thule Sweden offers great quality production for active lifestyle. However, it seems to me that their current web design doesn’t live up to its full potential. Here is my attempt to freshen up Thule.com.
Pandora concept by Bryce Thompson
“I really wanted this to be a higher-end experience since as you navigate the market of media players and similar products, there’s a lot of fun-ness going around (Not that that’s a bad thing). I was trying to go for a little different, a little more immersive, etc.”
NYTimes.com redesign concept by Jon Pritzl for Mighty.
“This was an old-ish design challenge to re-imagine the NYTimes homepage. I wanted to leverage its heritage and brand equity, yet push a few ideas on how to create a customizable—and social—news experience.”
Gmail resdesign by Valentin Salmon
“I devoted myself to remake the Gmail design. I used Gmail identity declining on something newer but while respecting the codes of mailbox Google.”
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