25 Examples of Grid Style Websites


If you are a graphic designer, then you surely have worked on something related to grid styles or maybe you have seen examples of grid style in web design. A grid is nothing but a set of horizontal and vertical lines that intersect each other. Grids are something that is already established and designed, you just have to place them and fill them up with the content.

The major idea behind a grid-based design is a firm structural and visual balance of a website that you can design with the help of them. A sophisticated and classic visual layout of a website can help a lot in enhancing the readability of your website and adds more flexibility. In addition to this, a grid-based design creates a sense of consistency throughout the page. This also makes it easier for the developers to update their website in a consistent manner.

The concept of using grid-based design has become increasingly famous and popular but this style is not new in any way. The idea of using grid is very old and people are using it for centuries. Using the grid style in your website design makes your website look balanced and well structured even when the page is busy with a lot of content stuff. And as discussed above, developers can easily update information on the grid based design. There are a lot of grid layout frameworks that you can use in order to design you own grid-based sites.

In this post, I have gathered some of the examples of grid based web design as an inspiration. These examples will help you if you want to design a grid based website for your client or your company.

1. Where They At

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2. Dynamit

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3. Taste Spotting

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4. Sunil Kansara

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5. JR Velasco

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6. Ungarbage

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7. Macalicious

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8. Teaching History

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9. The Touch Agency

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10. Z-Index

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11. Captain Daylight

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12. Out of Character

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13. Gert Van Duinen

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14. Travel to Milano

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15. Mercado

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16. Toth

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17. Swissted

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18. Swirls

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19. Shropshire Screen

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20. National Traveller

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21. Rita Boutique

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22. Velhetica

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23. Best Awards

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14. Tokyo Illustrators Society

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24. Major Tom

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Arfa is a freelance writer. Her interests include technology, social networking, music, and design and she likes to cover stories related to them.

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