Where to look for inspiration when designing product/company website?


To begin with, let me say that "hire a designer" is not really an answer. Problem is, I will still have to evaluate and accept or reject whatever he or she creates. Personally I would go with a totally minimalistic design, but I bet many would consider it amateurish. I don't want to risk losing customers just because my personal taste is not very mainstream.

Where to get an idea what "modern", "professional" and "trustable" mean these days?

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asked Dec 12 '11 at 07:37
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Spend a couple hours reading Smashing Magazine - They consistently post on many things regarding web design and development.

answered Dec 12 '11 at 12:29
Ryan Doom
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take a look at themeforest.net for an idea. We got our templates and images from them and their sister sites.

answered Dec 12 '11 at 07:48
Sonu Bansal
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http://designshack.net/ has good collection too.

Will also look at themes offered for sale on volusion, shopify, 3dcart etc.

answered Dec 12 '11 at 22:31
Arnaud Rousseau
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http://www.apple.com That is modern, professional and trustable.

answered Dec 13 '11 at 00:35
Joel Friedlaender
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