I was reading back though an article we published about Web Design Trends for 2015, and realized that Josh Hemsley’s company out of Californina, Envoy just produced a website, Blossom that fits in well with the upcoming trends:

The Blossom site has great, vibrant, full width images – some in split screens. It has a sticky header / navigation, that also serves as a breadcrumb. A little bit of parallax here, a little bit of no chrome there, and a sprinkling (yep, just did that) of card design – all to make a great looking site, for some cool looking tech.

Submitted by: Josh Hemsley
Role: Designer & Developer
Twitter: @joshhemsley


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