70 Popular Websites Before & Now – The Design Evolution

June 24, 2016

By Dmytro Spilka

70 Popular Websites Before and Now

 

Dmytro Spilka

Website design comes from the early 90s. In this post, we’ve decided to take a visual and interactive approach to display how 70 most popular websites looked in the past and how the design has changed. We’ve found early versions of websites like Google, Amazon, Facebook, Ford, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Forbes, Inc and many more.

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1. Apple (2010 & Now)

2. Ford (2005 & Now)

3. GoDaddy (2005 & Now)

4. Google (2005 & Now)

5. Intel (2009 & Now)

6. Pepsi (2010 & Now)

7. Toyota (2008 & Now)

8. Wikipedia (2002 & Now)

9. Groupon (2011 & Now)

10. Amazon (2005 & Now)

11. Disney (2004 & Now)

12. Forbes (2005 & Now)

13. Moz (2010 & Now)

14. NetFlix (2010 & Now)

15. Sony (2004 & Now)

16. YouTube (2007 & Now)

17. Adidas (2006 & Now)

18. Adobe (2005 & Now)

19. BBC (2005 & Now)

20. Bing (2010 & Now)

21. Coca Cola (2008 & Now)

22. DHL (2010 & Now)

23. Facebook (2006 & Now)

24. GitHub (2010 & Now)

25. Gucci (2012 & Now)

26. Louis Vuitton (2014 & Now)

27. Mashable (2008 & Now)

28. McDonalds (2011 & Now)

29. Mercedes-Benz (2013 & Now)

30. Microsoft (2007 & Now)

31. Nasa (2007 & Now)

32. Nike (2012 & Now)

33. Pinterest (2011 & Now)

34. Samsung (2004 & Now)

35. Starbucks (2007 & Now)

36. Tumblr (2010 & Now)

37. Twitter (2007 & Now)

38. Uber (2011 & Now)

39. UPS (2005 & Now)

40. Walmart (2005 & Now)

41. WordPress (2004 & Now)

42. Yahoo! (2001 & Now)

43. Airbnb (2010 & Now)

44. Audi (2008 & Now)

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45. Bloomberg (2005 & Now)

46. Booking.com (2007 & Now)

47. Business Insider (2010 & Now)

48. BuzzFeed (2007 & Now)

49. CNN (2005 & Now)

50. Ebay (2005 & Now)

51. Flickr (2009 & Now)

52. HP (2007 & Now)

53. Ikea (2006 & Now)

54. Inc (2004 & Now)

55. Indeed (2007 & Now)

56. JP Morgan (2008 & Now)

57. LinkedIn (2011 & Now)

58. Medium (2013 & Now)

59. Outbrain (2010 & Now)

60. PayPal (2007 & Now)

61. Quora (2010 & Now)

62. Rolex (2013 & Now)

63. SalesForce (2004 & Now)

64. TechCrunch (2007 & Now)

65. The Huffington Post (2011 & Now)

66. TripAdvisor (2010 & Now)

67. Visa (2011 & Now)

68. Volkswagen (2012 & Now)

69. WSJ (2005 & Now)

70. Yell (2005 & Now)


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