There are a lot of nice porfolios and product pages, but good b2b site is really hard to find
We recently relaunched http://dupress.com for Deloitte. Check it out...
Nice work, Andrey! This looks great!
Awesome work! How long took the process and how many people involved? Thanks a lot
Radius is really great!
Here is a B2B site that my agency recently (I mean, really recently) put up. We generated their logo, branding, and their website over the last few months.
P.S. We're working on getting that horrid loading icon removed ASAP... among other tweaks.
There's always more to do, but we have been moving more B2B with the GoSquared site over the last few months: https://www.gosquared.com/
I also think Shopify has been doing some great work overall – here's their "Plus" marketing site: https://www.shopify.com/plus/features
I should probably assume everyone has checked out Stripe's site down to every last pixel, but I love their Marketplaces page (for B2B): https://stripe.com/gb/marketplaces
Does Mail Chimp count? Because that site is just phenomenal.
I worked with Telnyx LLC on their site at the beginning of the year.
Nice... To add more to your post, I have a list of B2B Sites who have good portfolios. 1.B2B Data Services 2. B2B Leo 3. B2B Marketing Partners 4. B2B Email Listz 5. Leo Data Services 6. Global Email Lists
good one. Thanks for sharing about these designs for b2b websites.
Launched http://hbcommunications.com/ a couple months ago.
In 2012/2013 my company created a new brand strategy, identity, and website for Varsity Technologies, a technology company focused on schools and nonprofits. You can check it out here:
We spent a lot of time thinking about who the audiences for the site were, the level of knowledge those audiences had, and what information we wanted to communicate to them.
Tell me about it.. I'm currently in the beginnings of a redesign of one!
They unfortunately really have a different set of principles to adhere to.
Here's one of ours; http://www.cio.co.uk/