Archive for Pink Web Designs
Its October again and that means websites and twitter profiles around the globe are going pink in support of Breast Cancer awareness (including mine). Its not too late to get involved – and you don’t have to turn your website pink to do it – how about a pink Twitter background or give your avatar a pink sheen. For the past few years I have turned my site pink and highlighted some of my favorite Pink for October sites. Below are 13 fabulous websites that have already gone pink. There is also my list from last year – 13 more beautiful Pink for October site designs to go with my 13 favorite pink themes from 2007. Plenty of inspirational designs and stories, too!
The team at 525creative have created one of my favorite Pink for October designs so far. I love the clean lines, the use of different pink shades and their introductory text showing their support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
I love that so many men are showing their support of Breast Cancer Awareness and that they are using their pink so creatively! For Dan Rose, the pink works great for his portfolio site!
Totally creative. Totally fun. How could you not want to at least think about hiring that Fred?
Natalie Jost designed this year’s Pink for October site (see top) and has designed some of the most beautiful P4O themes and designs over the years. Her own site went pink for October too – complete with a random header design so you don’t know which piece of pink goodness you might get!
Sometimes less is more. I love the subtle use of pink in the design for Without Words. Just perfect.
Designer Jim Renaud really thought out every detail of his Pink for October transformation. The pink stocking cap is the best! Great work Jim!
Dani launched a new design for Anidan Designs recently and while I doubt it was created specifically for Pink for October, the use of pink is gorgeous in this very bold design. Always good design from Dani – she is another one of my favorite designers.
Kristy’s blog, Good Like a Medicine got a super sweet pink update specifically for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Stupifier, a digital design company, went for shocking, bold shades of pink for their October look. Interestingly enough, the entire site is a single page with navigation that takes you to anchors within the code.
Dean Robinson opted for the very low key, keep it simple and easy on the eyes pink transformation this year. Very nice.
Rose colored glasses anyone? Bainbridge Studios did just that with their rosy P4O makeover. Is this a trend – another single paged portfolio site?
Which one is your favorite? If you or someone you know goes Pink for October, leave me a comment! If there are enough new designs I will post a follow up and spotlight even more pink designs.