Embedding Social Media Channels in Modern Web Design

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Well the Twitter stream integration is almost a standard these days when designing a portfolio website, but there are some brands with a more complex view when it comes to social media integration. Here are four brands with entire websites built over Wikipedia, Flickr, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Enjoy and leave your suggestion in the comments.






Campbell Ewald





Krispin Porter


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  • great collection


  • Campbell Ewald is very nifty

  • wat to say…. a weird approach ;) to run a website

  • Good round-up, but I’ll add a couple points. It’s “Crispin Porter + Bogusky”, and if I’m not mistaken, the first site to use this social approach was Modernista = http://modernista.com/

  • Excellent article. Thanks!

  • This is great for inspiration. Your post is allready starting to get the creative juices flowing, thanks!

  • Hey thanks for the comments! Travis, Modernista looks amazing, just added it to the selection!

  • Great collection. I love the one that looks like it was inspired by the TweetDeck UI!

  • snlr

    Personally, I don’t like any of the sites. None seem like a great solution for something. They’re like framesets. Back in the 90s there was a trend to make navigation menus literally look like remote controls. That’s what these seem to strive for. Except for cpbgroup.com, which seems to follow the concept of aggregator services (pageflakes, netvibes).

  • Interesting article. Thanks!

  • Always good to learn new things to apply in web design. Thank you!

  • Personally, I don’t like one of the sites. Not a bit seem like a horrible solution in lieu of something. They’re like framesets. Back in the field of the 90s nearby was a trend to tell somebody to navigation menus factually look like remote controls. That’s I beg your pardon? These seem to strive in lieu of. Excepting in lieu of cpbgroup.Com, which seems to be an enthusiast of the thought of aggregator services (pageflakes, netvibes).

  • Many has done this in the websites, and still recommend this a people now a days are so intouched with social media and tend to look for business using it so by embedding social media in your websites will attract more potential customers.