32 Inspiring Websites With Borders

by Michael Jolly
on December 27, 2013

In the age of responsive web design, where websites are able to expand to the infinite widths of your browser window, it’s sometimes hard to know where your computer screen ends, and the real world begins (Not really — but for the sake of this post, please bare with my exaggerations.) Ever since the popularity of full screen, responsive design took hold, I’ve noticed an increasing trend in the addition of borders to websites. While borders on websites offer an elegant design aesthetic, they also provide a needed sense of space, and help to establish boundaries, within the the boundry-less world of responsive design.

1. Givenchy.com

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2. EdicionesDaga.com

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3. SewSewShoppe.com

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4. MauMorgo.com

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5. TomaszBiskup.com

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6. SangHan.co

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7. ArsCampusIl.com

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8. PpFestival.gr

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9. SocketStudios.com

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10. ConvoyInteractive.com

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11. Moma.org

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12. Somosende.com

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13. ElectricBodies.com

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14. LaMoradaDeLosAndes.com

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15. RunTheGap.com

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16. KokoroMoi.com

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17. OakDesignStudio.com

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18. Opero.gr

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19. Make-Matter.com

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20. JensLehmann.com

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21. DiscoverShadow.com

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22. ADABlackJackGoods.com

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23. FitzFitzPatrick.com

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24. Heliom.ca

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25. DavidBastian.cl

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26. LaunchPad.la

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27. AurelienJuner.com

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28. NarrowDesign.com

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29. JustSmith.com

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30. LaMondaMagazine.com

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31. McLellanJacobs.com

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32. AndiMayr.de

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About Michael Jolly

Art Director & Designer living & working in STL. Connect with Michael on Google +

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