Readymag: Microsites Inspiration Set 2

Readymag is a web publishing tool built specifically for designers and creative professionals. It helps you to easily create responsive web publications without any knowledge of code. Last week we’ve shared with you a set of beautiful online magazines that were designed using Readymag. Today we would like to feature some examples of self-made microsites — from independent photographer’s portfolio-website to rock band’s single release.


Great Big Iceberg

Great Big Iceberg is an ongoing creative project taking a new perspective on detailing the lives and work of contemporary artists, musicians, and writers. readymag2-1

Tanner Goods

Build up by committed masters of true labour and craftsmanship, Tanner Goods root for a deeply thoughtful approach. They choose carefully, craft skilfully and produce finest pieces of leather goods and accessories that only gain character over time. readymag2-2


Salatshop is a lifestyle blog and project promoting healthy and happy living in a big city’s environment and rhythm. sskm20 is it’s product line’s miscrosite offering delicious nourishing and cleansing juices & smoothies made of fresh vegetables, greens and fruit. readymag2-3

Lifeboat by ON-THE-GO

Russian popular melodramatic indie-rockers ON-THE-GO presenting “Lifeboat”, their 3rd single from the new album “Young Hearts”, in a form of an exclusive interactive microsite. readymag2-4

Olesya Romano

A compilation of the best works of Russian photographer and model Olesya Romano. Tender and sensual fashion photography inspired by the master Mario Testino and her successful 6-year modelling career. readymag2-5

Sasha Mashin

Sasha Mashin is a jazz drummer and photographer who played with such legends as Clark Terry, Kenny Barron and Jimmy Heath at the Blue Note Jazz Club. The musician created this miscrosite to share his passion with those who would appreciate great live performances and spellbinding jazz tunes. readymag2-6

Fillip von Polen

Filip von Polen is a fashion brand, founded by young designer Philip Noko. Wild birds, raspberries and pine cones — beautiful scarves collection, relating to the traditions and culture of the polish highland region Podhale. readymag2-7