Impressive Case Study Examples in Web Design

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Case Study is a research or analysis of a particular work. Today, we have selected some examples of interesting case studies of different companies having presented their works in an expanded form. These works can be found on their websites, or on websites specialized in creating portfolios.

Here, you will be able to see the evolution of changes in web design, as well as its brands. Most of these cases have been prepared by professional studios, and, as a beginner, you will be able to see how professionals work during the presentation of projects.

Some examples are designed on separate web pages and are made with the use of new technologies HTML5 and CSS3. The pages of the presentation are interactive and very vivid, when the case itself is viewed.

Enjoy watching the presentation and have much inspiration! If you know any other examples of web design Case Studies, please feel free to write about them in your commentaries.

Case Study Examples in Web Design

Ramayana

Ramayana is an innovative and groundbreaking project that invites you to take part in an adventure through a fully illustrated World. The team brought to live a classic tale that is a symbiosis of Indonesian and Thai cultures.

Enjoy an immersive interactive experience that has become real to powerful capabilities of Chrome browser. You are also invited to familiarize yourself with some vital stages of the workflow that are described in portfolio section.

Project Re

The team is managed to come up with an elegant and at the same time amusing and creative cross-platform solution that displays a plenty of content from four different categories. Each section is defined by its brand. You are welcome to dive into a fantastic user experience spiced up with modern interactive attributes and several eye-pleasing illustrative tricks. The case study reveals some stumbling blocks that the company had to overcome.

Nickelodeon iOS App

The concept was created in the anticipation of the 25th anniversary of the Kid’s Choice Awards. With a primary focus on the young viewing public, the agency has incorporated lots of amusing drawings and popular cartoon characters to capture the mood of the event and meet the targeted audience.

The secret-agent theme underlies the project, sets the tone and establishes the atmosphere. Explore some interesting sketches that give hints about the realization of the idea.

Broadway.com iPad App

This is an iPad application with a cabaret charisma and a gamut of emotions. The program scans all the data presented on the official website and provides users with only valuable content. What’s more, there is a function to book tickets to live performances. The project is an alliance of design, functionality and user experience that makes it stand out from the crowd. The case study lifts the veil from the development process.

HTC

The agency has built the website with the brand in mind. Spruced up with some interactive features and lovely aesthetics that is a result of a combination of classic and modern styles, the UI conveys all the relevant information beautifully and efficiently.

The visitors are quickly engaged thanks to outstanding experience and wonderful design. Go through the whole process of crafting the project from scratch that is presented in the case study.

Redbull TV

Redbull T is a tiny yet valuable Chrome extension that offers instruments to watch online RedBull tv stream. The latter comprises more than four hundred episodes from 15 shows. Members can create their custom channels just by dragging and dropping content from various genres that are arranged in a column on the left. To know how the team is managed to put the users in driver’s seat, take a look at the corresponding page in their portfolio.

60 Minutes

The concept is all about the news. It is a little application for Chrome browser that collects reports, exclusive interviews and video segments thereby offering users to watch and read the relevant information on the spot.  Despite such a vast amount of the multimedia content, the interface looks tidy and does not overwhelm readers. HTML5, CSS3, and some cutting-edge solutions were used in development process. Find out what else did the team employ in order to achieve the desired result.

Ducati Community App

Ducati Community App is a social community platform that is boosted by some interactive features. It is fast, intelligent and easy-to-operate. The program enables members to view friend’s activity, comment on the go, browse updates, add posts and much more with a single click. The interface gets its beauty from the glossy surfaces, charismatic dark coloring, beautiful iconography and outstanding visuals.

Heatmap

The project is dedicated to the annual prestige festival that takes place in Cannes. It shows the spots of the social gatherings and popular restaurants. Among other features, it helps find local destinations, map your location and share the photos with others. The design is clean, structured and eye-pleasing. As the case study implies, the application is built on the basis of the powerful collaboration of Google Maps and high-end features of HTML5.

Kontain Android Application

The application was created to provide the community on Kontain.com with a handy environment. Vibrant, glossy iconography helps users to move around pretty efficiently, supplying them with a quick access to such vital functions as posting a new update, surfing through friends’ updates and activities and others.

The beauty of interface lies in a meticulous attention to details, gorgeous color scheme and plenty of white space. The team uncovers the workflow step by step.

Civil War 150

Civil War 150 evokes patriotic feelings from the first seconds. While the user interface is enhanced with some excellent renderings that are iconic and nationalistic, the interface is intuitive and handy. The information architecture is a piece of art whereas user experience is immersive and highly engrossing. These factors energize the campaign and make it interesting to explore.

Iconfinder

The team has reimagined logotype for one of the most popular engines for finding icons in the expenses of the Internet, aka Iconfinder. It visually represents the platform as well as non-verbally communicates the required message. The case study unveils all the problems, challenges and their corresponding solutions, in-depth analysis, and some clarifying screenshots.

Project Noah

The Android tablet app greets its targeted audience with a fantastic interface design that is prettified by some fine traits such as clothes textured emblems with stitched effect and clean and neat flat style elements. It has a strong natural vibe and organic feeling that meets the spirit of National Geographic. There is a ton of pictures that are well-organized and properly dished up. In the portfolio section, the team has also brought to light several stages of the development routine.

SendGrid

The platform has got a facelift from the talented folks of SoftFacade. They rethought and enhanced both frontend and backend, having made it more user-friendly, interactive and enthralling. The user experience was also enriched to meet the crowd.

SimpleGeo

Jeffrey Kalmikoff redesigned the outward-facing website, landing pages, products pages, press page, team page, blog, etc. as well as gave some artistic twists to items of brand identity such as b-card and compass icon. To find out what else did the artist improve and revamp, take a look at the official page in his online portfolio.

Star Wars

The agency has recreated the whole universe of the beloved saga. While the project still has to handle a gazillion of content, yet the revamped version deals with this task quite effectively, including even more epic visuals without sacrificing user experience and excellent readability. It allows easily navigate through the structure, enjoy hot videos, indulge in reading and feel absolutely comfortable. The case study of the work has some interesting comments.

Crayola

The team created a highly energetic and vibrant redesign made in the spirit of products. There are lots of colors; however, they do not overpower readers. The content is neatly spaced out so that every portion of text can be quickly scanned and read. What’s more, it is also responsive, so that visitors can enjoy beautiful aesthetics even on mobile devices. The corresponding case study gives practical hints how to cope with such amount of tones.

Apache Flex

Adrian Knopik created the new version of the logotype for Apache Flex. It is bright, elegant, smooth and energetic. The typography is carefully selected and perfectly complements the graphics. Every detail is vigilantly planned. The piece of brand identity is presented in two color palettes, monochrome and vibrant. The page dedicated to this work features both versions and some extra material.

FLUD

BASIC Agency has prototyped the website and supporting mobile application for the small startup in San Diego. Both products are marked by consistency of style so that they are unobtrusively connected. While the landing page places the content within a traditional horizontal arrangement, the tablet version has a time-tested modular system that lays out the copy in carefully organized cells with a proper amount of space. Mobile version as befits is compact and has a linear structure.

Canon EOS-M

Canon-EOS M is a micro site that works fast, steady and coherent across various devices, platforms and browsers. Being highly populated with images and visuals, it still offers users a comfortable environment with a gorgeous aesthetics and intuitive navigation. Red and black are used to give the content and controllers a proper foundation.

Event & Music Website

Event & Music Website is charged with a lively vibe. The architecture is straightforward and robust and is supported by the grid system. Flat style runs the show here, saving the design from confusing readers.

Each block is carefully outlined. The navigation is seamlessly integrated. Thanks to fluid layout the UI displays information correctly regardless of the screen dimension. The presentation page has several screenshots and comments of the author.

GHA

GHA is a website with a dark coloring that produces enough aesthetics to let users enjoy the composition and, at the same time, exploit the potential to the full extent. The design owes its unique and alluring appeal to the infographic-inspired theme. The interface is harmoniously enriched with maps, charts, and some other matching elements.

Donate to Band Brand

The website lists articles from various categories in a pleasant way. Although it is still pulled by a linear layout that displays pieces of the content portion by portion; however, thanks to marvelous aesthetics, beautiful and handy interface the concept grabs the attention. Set of tools for quick refinement is a nice touch.

Provokator

The project bursts with a vast amount of energy, boxy vibe, and geometric appeal. It is based on a classic three-column structure that due to some original twists looks visually appealing and attention-grabbing. As befits, both sidebars assist users in moving around, while the central part showcases the relevant information that is broken into digestible fragments.

Conclusion

When you lack in inspiration, and Dribbble and Behance are failed to help you, it is time to surf through case studies of the most respectable digital agency. They always have something to show off; something that you won’t find in the regular galleries. Not only do you get an opportunity to examine the project thoroughly, but you can also get acquainted with challenges and problems that occurred during the workflow and may find out some hints for solving them.

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2 Comments
  1. Buda Oct 2, 5:30 pm

    I didn’t have to open this article to know that f-i.com will have few case studies in the list, f-i.com rules :)

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  2. GRR Oct 2, 7:40 pm

    Always great inspiration, thanks for sharing these design collections!

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