If you want to make a strikingly memorable statement, using vibrant colors in your web design can help do the trick. However, it takes some serious design skills, a great vision and a lot of confidence to produce a colorful web design that doesn’t look like an annoyingly ostentatious box of crayons. For your inspiration, check out these excellent examples of websites that use bold, vibrant colors.

1. Squarespace

A website that with bold colors: Squarespace Stories

2. The Design Files Open House

A website that with bold colors: The Design Files Open House

3. Lets Yep!

A website that with bold colors: Lets Yep!

4. andCulture

A website that with bold colors: andCulture

5. Parallax

A website that with bold colors: Parallax

6. Vintage Hope

A website that with bold colors: Vintage Hope

7. Cyclemon

A website that with bold colors: Cyclemon

8. Adopt a Yeti

A website that with bold colors: Adopt a Yeti

9. Lubie

A website that with bold colors: Lubie

10. Khai Liew

A website that with bold colors: Khai Liew

11. Dewey’s Pizza

A website that with bold colors: Dewey's Pizza

12. TriplAgent

A website that with bold colors: TriplAgent

13. Every Last Drop

A website that with bold colors: Every Last Drop

14. Denise Chandler

A website that with bold colors: Denise Chandler

15. Pulpfingers

A website that with bold colors: Pulpfingers

16. Hy

A website that with bold colors: Hy

17. Kick My Habits

A website that with bold colors: Kick My Habits

18. Wicked Palate

A website that with bold colors: Wicked Palate

19. Abby Putinski

A website that with bold colors: Abby Putinski

20. Richard Photo Lab

A website that with bold colors: Richard Photo Lab

21. Eat Drink Inc

A website that with bold colors: Eat Drink Inc

22. Artem and Julia Wedding

A website that with bold colors: Artem and Julia Wedding

23. Dear Mum

A website that with bold colors: Dear Mum

24. Sánchez Romero Carvajal

A website that with bold colors: Sánchez Romero Carvajal

25. Coloured Lines

A website that with bold colors: Coloured Lines

Author:

Jacob Gube is the co-founder of Design Instruct. Join him on Twitter @sixrevisions