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21 Examples of Ribbons Web Design

Trends in web design come and go, with some hanging around longer than others. One trend that seems to be withstanding the tests of time is the use of ribbon style graphics or design elements. Web designers have been using ribbons for a few years now to add emphasis to certain aspects of a design, and the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing down. So for this post, we’ve gathered some excellent examples to inspire you in case you’re considering using ribbons in your next design.

radoor & co

Inspiring Ribbons

Hello Somebody

Inspiring Ribbons

Letter Learner

Inspiring Ribbons

St Kilda High Hopes

Inspiring Ribbons

Small Studio

Inspiring Ribbons

826 Seattle

Inspiring Ribbons

Jopp

Inspiring Ribbons

Big Bite Creative

Inspiring Ribbons

Pistachio App

Inspiring Ribbons

The Lit Pub

Inspiring Ribbons

Pongathon

Inspiring Ribbons

Kitchen Sink Studios

Inspiring Ribbons

Future of Car Sharing

Inspiring Ribbons

Alex Pierce

Inspiring Ribbons

Wells Riley

Inspiring Ribbons

Big Top

Inspiring Ribbons

Decorama

Inspiring Ribbons

simple as milk

Inspiring Ribbons

Urbanoff

Inspiring Ribbons

Brock Kenzler

Inspiring Ribbons

Carnivale du Vin

Inspiring Ribbons

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