35 Deliciously Creative Ice cream websites for inspiration

April 2, 2012 · 5 comments

by Dustin Betonio

Deliciously Creative Ice cream websites for inspiration

Ice cream by far, is one of the most popular dessert in the world. The term varies from one country to another, some call it gelato, frozen custard, sorbet, frozen yogurt. Regardless of whatever it is called many people still scream for ice cream. While ice cream is often purchased spontaneous by customers having a great online pretense can be important when customers look for information about e.g. ingredients or inspiration for what ice cream to pick up next.

This time for inspiration and design ideas, I had a journey through the websites of some of the finest providers of this dairy product from heaven and here are some of the best, creative and delicious I have found.

This post is quite similar to one I wrote about chocolate website designs about a year ago. Ice cream is like chocolate – many people love it, but seriously we should not have too much. Therefore some of the vendors tend to focus on showing cows, fruit and nature to give a more healthy presentation. Others have close-ups of the ice showing us all how delicious it is, while some show product packages to help us remember them when we see them in the stores. Many of the sites in this category are either very aggressive with a lot of colors and dynamic flash or very traditional and classic.  Take a look for yourself.



1. Antonio Federici


2. Baskin Robbins

Baskin Robins

3. Breyers


4. Cold Stone Creamery

Cold Stone

5. Ben & Jerry’s

Ben and jerry's

6. Ledo


7. KaleidoScoops


8. Magnum


9. Julie Organic Ice Cream


10. Amy’s Ice Cream


11. Dreyer’s


12. Skinny Cow

Skinny Cow

13. Klondike Bars


14. Langage Farm


15. Carte D’OR


16. Home Ice Cream

Home Ice Cream

17. Ice Cream Union

Ice Cream Union

18. Timboon Ice Cream


19. Ben & Jerry’s Australia

ben and Jerry's australia

20. Lovin’ Scoopful


21. Swensens


22. Magnolia


23. Summer Ice Cream

Summer Ice Cream

24. Trampoline Gelato

Trampoline Gelato

25. Marbles


26. Fosselman’s


27. Raw Ice Cream Company


28. Havmor


29. Tony’s Ice Cream


30. Jack & Jill Ice Cream

Jack and Jill

31. IT’S-IT Ice Cream

It's It

32. Brusters Ice Cream


33. La Loos

La Loos

34. Kulfi Ice Cream


35. Herrell’s Ice Cream


Author : Dustin Betonio

Dustin Betonio is a Translation Management graduate at University of Mindanao. His earlier career was devoted on customer service outside the information highway. Currently studying Law in the same University.


{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Martin September 27, 2012 at 10:44 am

I like ice-cream websites. They make me sweet :)


uma iyer August 22, 2012 at 9:52 am

Very interesting and unique. mouth watering names and very much inspired.


Deborah Stanton April 5, 2012 at 5:10 pm

I loved the Amy’s website as well, by far the most interesting and unique. Indeed the WOW factor and as Paul Weston commented it keeps you on the website longer, you want to check out each cool aspect as it takes you on an adventure. Kudos


Dustin Betonio April 2, 2012 at 6:43 pm

@Paul Weston, thank you very much for your appreciation. I agree with you that these sites have great aspects. And I also agree, The Amy’s Ice Cream site was my personal favorite. :-)


Paul Weston April 2, 2012 at 9:45 am

Thought this was a great article and collection of sites that are interesting and very inspiring to me as a designer. There is a great selection of styles with the examples you have put together and they have really got my creative thinking going. All the sites have great aspects to them but I really like the Amy’s Ice Cream site. It has a great energy and feel through the use of images, colour and the way you can interact with the site is amazing. I love the little animations and the use of concept within the site for things like the clouds being ice cream. This site has that wow factor and through the design makes you stay on the site looking and exploring for a long time. Great article and I look forward to more food based articles.


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