The 45 Best Tech Sector Corporate Web Designs: H-O


Update: I have also compiled a best of the best list.

I’ve already looked at the 45 best tech sector corporate web designs with companies starting with A-G. This week it’s time to tackle on H-O. See what companies with millions of dollars in budgets can do with their web designs. Do you have any favorites? Post your comments and let me know, I’ll be compiling best of the best in the last part of this series.

Health Axis
Health Axis

Hewlett Packard
Hewlett Packard

Hyperion
Hyperion

Ikon Office Solutions
Ikon

Illumina, Inc.
Illumina

InFocus
InFocus

Informatica
Informatica

Insightful
Insightful

Intel
Intel

Interwoven, Inc.
Interwoven

Intraware
Intraware

Intuit
Intuit

Iomega
Iomega

Iona
Iona

Isilon Systems
Isilon

Itron
Itron

Ixia
Ixia

Keynote
Keynote

Lexmark
Lexmark

Live Person
Live Person

Magnetek
Megnetek

Mcafee
Mcafee

Merge Healthcare
Merge Healthcare

Merix
Merix

Micron
Micron

Microsoft
Microsoft

MIPS
MIPS

Miva
Miva

Morningstar
Morning Star

Motorola
Motorola

MTI
MTI

Napster
Napster

NCR
NCR

Netgear
Netgear

Network Engines
Network Engines

Net
Net

NeuStar
NeuStar

Nokia
Nokia

Nuance
Nuance

Nvidia
Nvidia

Omniture
Omniture

Omnivision
Omnivision

Opsware
Opsware

OpenWave
OpenWave

Oracle
Oracle

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  • http://www.timeforblogging.com Joshua Dorkin

    I’m not happy with the list Dave, but I think that is a reflection on the lack of imagination of larger corporations. I don’t think there are very many really great designs out of the lot you choose, but the ones that do actually stand out to me are: Intel, Motorola, Nvidia. Seems like they not only have good design principles, but they also help to push the brand. The worst of the batch looks like Nokia – guy in a wetsuit has what to do with cell phones?

  • http://dailyfitness.ca jaatendi

    here is some corporate design that i really appreciate:
    http://www.exemplum.com/portfolio.asp
    the initial interface is boring, but select one of the demos and you’ll see some really interesting flash work. it’s a new style in that while the demos have menus with navigational buttons, the demos are linear, and take the viewer through the whole thing without having to push buttons.

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  • http://www.intraware.com Justin Benson

    Thanks for the recognition Dave,

    We noticed your blog from our website tracking reports.

    We’ve updated the site. I was especially pleased you included us as our budget is under six figures annually.

    PS. The homepage is new and improved from this shot.

    Justin Benson

  • http://www.davidpitlyuk.com David Pitlyuk

    Hey Justin,

    Thanks for checking in, and glad you guys saw you were on the list :) Are you a developer or designer from Intraware?

    I see the updates, looks like some slight changes, but I definitely like it for the better, excellent job! I’ll go ahead and update the screenshot with the latest for you.

    Also good to know that you have one of the better designs out there, with probably one of the smaller budgets.

  • http://www.davidpitlyuk.com David Pitlyuk

    Actually, just saw you on the company page:

    “Justin Benson is Senior Vice President of Business Development, Sales & Marketing for Intraware”

    Glad to know you guys have execs looking at the companies website internet chatter!

  • Faisal Khan

    It seems that you searched the websites based on the big name rather than the best design.

    To me none of them are the inspirational.

    Here are some, that I do think are inspirational.

    http://www.action-marketing-group.com/
    http://www.upmforestlife.com/
    http://www.idealab.com/

    But, thanks for the list though.

  • http://www.davepit.com/who-is-david-pitlyuk David Pitlyuk

    @Faisal – If you read the intro you’d see that the websites were chosen from all of the publicly traded companies in the tech industry. They weren’t just “searched websites based on the big name”. This was the whole point of the compilation, to see what companies big enough to be publicly traded, in the tech industry, could do for their designs.