The Novell web site is actually quite nice. The navigation is clear and consistent. Plenty of white space and the photos are a bit more interesting than say what some other companies might use.
Easy to use. Clean navigation. Nothing fancy, just easy.
A unique navigation experience unlike most you will have experienced. Gain.AIGA was a collaborative effort on the part of many designers at different times. One of the many designers who worked on this site was this guy while at Sapient.
What is it with corporations destroying (final version) the great design and usability of web sites? Most of my clients have the ability to understand and improve a design concept, but what is it with Lego? Couldn’t they appreciate this design (same link as at left). By the way, it was designed by cabedge.com. Yeah, I know. I linked to this site in September.
Nice use of color and imagery that fills up the screen. Commarts.com has an article on this site that is rather interesting as well.
Check out this photo of an airplane breaking the sound barrier! Pretty cool stuff.
Click around a bit and enjoy the full screen section of the site which includes audio and video which brings to mind some of the Apple in-store demonstration apps.
Wonderful use of color and graphics.
Nicely done navigation. 100% ease of use.
A nicely done flash intro. Could easily pass for a simple movie trailer.
Nice and simple. I like how relaxed it feels.
Interesting company that appears to have done quite a bit of work over the years.
Excellent color selections and the stock photos work superbly well. Lots of white space.
Excellent use of colors! I like this site a lot.
Very cool flash introduction but needs some work on the sound effects and sub pages.
An interesting use of forms and graphics. It looks easy to use.
Interesting use of imagery and color. It is the portfolio of Nelwin Uy.
Uncluttered design layout, but hard to see navigation.