The internet seemed to abruptly discover a trend that had been lurking in its midst for years – Brutalism, an aesthetic borrowed from architecture and applied to minimally designed, bare-knuckle websites. “Brutalism” is an emerging design trend that aims to disrupt the Web’s predictable aesthetics—to use slap-dash, rough, almost “handmade” HTML structures to rebel against the cozy, flat, and unremarkable designs of most new websites. So here are 20 examples of brutalist web design.
I think you misunderstood what is brutalism 🙂 Those websites are not brutalist. You might want to check what brutalism looks like here : http://brutalistwebsites.com/ or also here : http://www.ecogex.com/delectable/. I am a passionate designer and love brutalism. I also have other links (I preciously keep them) if you are interested ! Have a nice day.
Ales Nesetril Portfolio minimalism rather than brutalism
Hi, some of them aren’t brutalist, some of the typical characteristics are raw, exposed structures or what some may call “ugly” more on this in this article https://www.imaginarycloud.com/blog/why-we-need-web-brutalism/.