There are more web design inspiration galleries web sites than you can shake a stick at. Some old stuff in most sites, what if you want something different? What if you are looking for something new, fresh and delivered in a unique way? It can be difficult to find. Hopefully this news edition can help, we have collected the best inspirational web design posts that truelly worth a look at.

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

Remember the days when the word Google was not interchangeable with internet? Or when every site seemed to have a Netscape icon on it? Or when Flash was still something you cleaned your floor with? Then you were clearly using the web in the mid to late 1990s when pages were rudimentary affairs containing lists of links and information. This post is a nostalgic look at web design trends gone by, thank god they have gone by!!!

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

25 Examples of Web 2.0 and Traditional Design Rules Coming Together

25 Examples of Web 2.0 and Traditional Design Rules Coming Together

25 Examples of Web 2.0 and Traditional Design Rules Coming Together

25 Examples of Web 2.0 and Traditional Design Rules Coming Together

At its best, Web 2.0 stands as an equal to the traditional design rules practiced for centuries, though it is no doubt a reflection of our society in its current state of hustle and bustle.
In this post you will find a collection of 25 sites showcasing how Web 2.0 and traditional design practices can come together to form truly stunning websites.

How 20 popular websites looked when they launched

50 Websites (and More) for Your Design Inspiration

50 Websites (and More) for Your Design Inspiration

50 Websites (and More) for Your Design Inspiration

50 Websites (and More) for Your Design Inspiration

50 Websites (and More) for Your Design Inspiration20 of the Worst Designed Websites In the World

By Paul Andrew from Speckyboy Design Magazine, you can follow him on Twitter