40 Effective Examples of Website Design Using Full Screen Video

by in Inspiration on 26th Apr 2013 · Comments

With the growth of popularity of broadband and faster internet, along with wide screen and large screen monitors, designers have much more freedom and can use more creativity for their designs, and that has included the use of full screen videos as an introduction, a background or the main presentation of the site.

So today we have selected 40 sites that effectively use a full screen video on their website to present and promote their services or products.

40 Effective Examples of Website Design Using Full Screen Video

Website Design Using Full Screen Video

Yves Rocher
Yves Rocher

Gudrun og Gudrun
Gudrun og Gudrun

Uniqlock
Uniqlock

Valentino
Valentino

Nike – Jordan: M6
Nike - Jordan: M6

I Surf Because – Billabong
I Surf Because - Billabong

Russian Standard Vodka
Russian Standard Vodka

Havana Club Chile
Havana Club Chile

Tub Gin
Tub Gin

Beetle
Beetle

Less Rain
Less Rain

Adidas Design Studios
Adidas Design Studios

Lukas Lindemann Rosinski
Lukas Lindemann Rosinski

Working Element
Working Element

Metaproject
Metaproject

Aaron Ohlmann
Aaron Ohlmann

EagleClean
EagleClean

Wim Vanhenden
Wim Vanhenden

Futuretainment
Fururetainment

Variousways
Variousways

The Yacht Company
The Yacht Company

Oh Land
Oh Land

Matter Strategic Design
Matter Strategic Design

Destroy Rankin
Destroy Rankin

Sick City Club
Sick City Club

Ingo Robin Photography
Ingo Robin Photography

Goldfrapp
Goldfrapp

Shoot Europe!
Shoot Europe!

Maersk Fleet
Maersk Fleet

Starsmith
Starsmith

My Provence Festival
My Provence Festival

Life of Pi Movie
Life of Pi Movie

eGorilla
eGorilla

Diesel Vektr Headphones
Diesel Vektr Headphones

Delen Als Een Baas
Delen Als Een Baas

John Galliano
John Galliano

Squat Design
Squat Design

Eastpak: When was the last time you did something for the first time?
Eastpak: When was the last time you did something for the first time?

Maria Passos
Maria Passos

Media Novak
Media Novak

Conclusion

It is astounding the rate at which internet technology moves on. 20 years ago Tim Berners-Lee produced the first website that could only be viewed by himself and his colleagues, and was just about as basic as typing on a sheet of paper.

Trends have come and gone, some lasting longer than others. Do you think full screen backgrounds are simply another trend that will fade away into the sunset, or do you think this style of website design is here to stay?

Please share your thoughts and opinions with us in the comments section below.

Carol is a blogger and Photoshop enthusiast. She enjoys surfing the net in search of outstanding art, design and photography, and enjoys nothing better than sharing her discoveries through article writing.