Top 10+ Minimalistic Designs that will make you fall in Love with the simplicity

Here are the top 10+ most influential minimalistic web designs for this week that deserve your attention. Specially, if you love creativity and simplicity, this list has a lot to offer to you for your inspiration.

Mentor Personal Development Coach Theme: Mentor is beautiful Webflow template mainly suitable for mentors who offer personal development. But in can also be easily used for coaches, trainers, therapist or other profession who needs a personal website.
John Frieda: With John Frieda Blog you can discover tips, tutorials, personalized diagnoses, and all the other beauty secrets your hair needs! The site is very well designed. You should definitely need to give it a visit.
Readdd: Readdd is a curated reading list for designers. Updated daily with interesting and informative pieces relating to design. They have a pretty minimalist site probably build on the philosophy of less is enough.
Smile.io: Beautiful reward programs for online businesses.
Sincerely Jules Blog: Julie strives to create beautiful content to inspire and help her readers achieve their goals.
BLG: Minimalistic Theme Focused on Readability
Waymark: Hey @waymark, we love your #portfolio #site! Happy to have you in our #webinspiration family.
Buffalo: Really nice #portfolio #inspiration from @builtbybuffalo Welcome to our #inspiration family.
Studio Nudge: We have just discovered @studionudge and they have a beautiful minimalist #web
OnePush: Excited to introduce this #minimalist #website by @getonepush
Looma: Hey @loomaApp, we love your #comingsoon #page.
Xsolla Products & Services Page: Really good #minimalist #landingpage example. Channel the inspiration from @xsolla
Interface Lovers: Excited to introduce this #minimalist #magazine #blog #website by @interfacelovers
Zapio: IoT and AI platform to optimize business operations.
Slava Kim – Digital product designer: Really good #personal #web from @SIavaKim
Institute of Art University: The Institute of Art + Design at Southern Virginia University provides personal education in the visual arts within an LDS environment on the East Coast.