5 Celebrity Web Designs We Love and Why

We may not be Beliebers, but we are Believers, especially when it comes to smart, sophisticated, and elegant web design.

Here are a few celebrity websites that deserve some extra limelight.

Odell Beckham


He’s known for “The Catch”, but he should be known for nabbing a crisp web design as well.

What We Love

One word: simplicity. Unlike Odell’s football game, there aren’t too many bells and whistles to the web design. It’s simple and it works. Everything from the logo design, which combines his initials and his jersey number, to the New York Giant-esque color scheme is stripped down on this design. It’s not too busy and is focused on reaffirming the OBJ brand. Modern edge.

Check it out: https://www.odellbeckhamjr13.com/

Jerry Seinfeld


The man who makes us laugh at nothing has nothing to joke about when it comes to his website.

What We Love

Comedians seemingly have an endless amount of content. Finding a balance that doesn’t overwhelm the end user can be just as difficult as landing a great punch line. The delivery of Jerry Seinfeld’s website content is done so wonderfully though a basic one-page design, where he showcases what’s important to him: his philosophy, his foundation, his upcoming tour dates, and a shortlist of recent projects.

Check it out: http://www.jerryseinfeld.com/

Barrack & Michelle Obama


From 2009 to 2017, they were America’s number one power couple. Today, they stick with what landed them in The White House.

What We Love

Accessibility (even if it’s just the appearance of such). We all have different political preferences, but I think we can all agree on one thing: Barrack and Michelle played to their strengths during their time in office. They engaged the masses by continuously showcasing their love and partnership, something that tugs at America’s heart strings. This, combined with the proper use of social media, gave us more access to any prior presidency. Their post-office website continues to do the same. A heartfelt visual of the couple, a video message from Barrack asking us for our belief, and a plethora of contact forms and social media icons leave you wanting a little more.

Check it out: https://barackobama.com/

Elton John


Blue jean baby, L.A. lady, seamstress for the band // Pretty eyed, pirate smile, you`ll marry a music man.

What We Love

Classic (adj.) – Having lasting significance or worth; enduring. That’s what comes to mind when thinking of Elton John. His music has grown into something somewhat timeless and precious for us. His web design supports that, starting with a rather royal color scheme (purple and gold). What we really love about Elton John’s website is the focus on content and stories. There’s a certain level of mystique behind songs like Tiny Dancer and Rocket Man, and the website gives you an exclusive look into what made those songs, grabbing insight from Elton himself, as well as others that were involved.

Check it out here: https://www.eltonjohn.com/

Leonardo Dicaprio


We’ll never let go, Jack (as long as you keep inspiring us).

What We Love

Dynamism, after all, that’s why we all love Leo, right? His work speaks for itself. And his website is no different. It’s not a known secret that Dicaprio became a huge activist to build climate resiliency, especially after he struggled to film his Oscar award-winning performance in The Revenant. Leo’s newfound work and passion is articulated carefully throughout the web design to magnify the problem and promote action, a recipe business owners should take note of.

Check it out: https://www.leonardodicaprio.org/