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    • April 27
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    Inspiring: Stunning & Creative WebDesign Layouts

    Eric Johansson

    lets you drag the slider at the bottom not only to access different pages but to discover content, too.

    Jeremy Levine Design

    Flash offers many creative possibilities for an interactive navigation design. Jeremy Levine uses dynamic paper strips which seem to hang in the air.

    The Secret Location

    The Secret Location, a media agency based in Toronto, Canada exemplifies their work, by providing an immersive flash experience around a conjured up story leading a character to follow a mysterious path that leads to the secret location. Very interactive approach, a very unusual site layout. [via]

    Axel Peemoeller Design

    On this page all design elements are draggable and some of them are clickable. Images seems to be thrown on you in the first moment, but in the end they all make sense. This is an unusual portfolio which is memorable and interesting to explore.

    Ian Wharton

    uses a combination of navigation and arrows to let you cycle through content, with the option to view full-screen. The interface changes on interior pages, with the main navigation disappearing, leaving only a “Back” button.

    3rdm

    3rdM uses icons to indicate various navigation options. This is not a type of layout you will find in many other web designs. And that’s what makes the layout creative.

    Matriz Communicacao

    This Brazilian company delivers a perfect example of how design and content can seamlessly be integrated within a complete yet simple layout.

    Got Milk

    puts its navigation front and center and never budges, although the icons become text on hover.

    Snuggle Fux

    takes a curious approach to layout and navigation, with functional expandable windows and no main navigation to be found. If you are looking for something in the 15 most recent topics, you should be fine; otherwise you will certainly give up and move on to another website.

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Khalid Janjua is a business owner and entrepreneur from Manchester, United Kingdom. Khalid is currently working on Saturn-Tec, a website which provides design & cheap web solutions. Follow Khalid on Twitter: @hybridlava. Follow the development of @saturntec.

13 Comments

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