The idea of a fullscreen website has evolved rapidly over the past few years. Fullscreen images, videos, and even parallax layouts have become normal in the design community. As such the descriptive buzzword “fullscreen” can mold around many various techniques.
For this gallery I want to share 35 outstanding examples of typical fullscreen web design. Many of these websites use content sections which do not span the entire length of the screen, but still have some elements in place to do so. Combining fullscreen effects along with a generic layout can garner the most favorable results from visitors. Check out my examples and feel free to share any other links I may have forgotten in the post discussion area below.
Author: Jake Rocheleau
Jake is a creative designer, illustrator, and web developer. He frequently writes articles involving new-age design concepts and freelance management skills. You can find him in Google or follow his tweets @jakerocheleau