Style guides for 9 popular websites
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Yelp should be no stranger to anyone living in the US as they are the top peer reviewed site in the country. They have published a very detailed documentation on the design elements used for their site. Worth to take a look to see how they have done it.
For those who have a large customer base, you will understand the importance of a solid customer management system. This is where Salesforce comes in as they are one of the best CRM system online today. Their style guide has been published on Dribbble as a UI kit. Worth a look if you are developing a more serious looking SAAS site.
Mailchimp is a great online email delivery service. One of the trait marks is their outstanding UI. If you want to learn from the best, take a look at how they have designed their website.
The famous Mozilla has always had a great UI design. They have published their style guide here for all to learn and reference. Definitely worth a look from one of the best in the business today.
Mapbox might be relatively unknown but they have an awesome service which allows you to publish beautiful maps. Their UI is good and they have generously published their style guide in the open for reference.
Starbucks might not be an online service but they operate a beautiful website. Their style guide is very minimalist but it gets the job done in communicating how the website was designed.
This is a design agency’s website. For those who are interested in starting one, you can take a look at how they have styled their websites and use it as a reference for your own design.