Author: Luis Kerr

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At this point, after almost one year since its preview release, we have to acknowledge that SharePoint 2013 has a multitude of upgrades and new features.

But the area that received the most significant facelift is the branding part.

HTML5 and CSS3 compatibility in combination with the use of Design Manager empower web developers and designers by offering a wide variety of design choices in their SharePoint projects.

If you’re a web designer who has some HTML, CSS, and JavaScript knowledge, you already have the skills necessary to brand a SharePoint 2013 website.

The latest Publishing Site features reduce the amount of SharePoint knowledge that is essential to successfully design and brand a SharePoint site.

The following list presents you with the latest public-facing SharePoint 2013 websites submitted to our constantly updated SharePoint showcase.

I hope you will be able to draw some SharePoint branding inspiration and direction from the following designs and maybe even convince yourself to give SharePoint 2013 a try.

Have I missed any interesting SharePoint sites? Feel free to submit it to the showcase.

 

http://www.topsharepoint.com/sharepoint-2013-websites

Last edited Jun 18, 2013 at 6:41 AM by EROL, version 1

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