The new Myspace from Myspace on Vimeo. Not a one page approach, however much like eBay a new improved user experience in the wake of making the web a more elegant place to visit.

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McCann

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Work strong. Work less.

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Laura Barnard

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Andrew, 2012

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Hammerstein & Maier

Hammerstein & Maier. Munich Coffee Shop at Augusten101.de.

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“State your business”, he (Leo Burnett) barked

Pinterest seems to have sparked a longing for a more elegant web.

A more streamlined experience awaits visitors at Amazon, eBay and MySpace.

The examples of one page web layouts demonstrate that less can certainly be more and do more.

Do yourself, your business and your prospects the favour and respect their limited time and decreasing energy throughout the day.

Find more one page sites curated by Rob Hope here.