If you’re curious to see the inspirational selection of websites from July, the wait is over! This month, we picked some top notch examples of portfolios and blogs.
Scroll through the following selection and choose your favorite out of the 10 hand-picked websites using WPZOOM themes from our Showcase:
1. Wolf Retail Solutions
Even if Inspiro is advertised as a portfolio theme, it’s really cool to see when our customers break the stereotypes and create beyond them. So is the case of the Wolf Retails Solutions website which made a great use of the video slider of the theme joined with a massive headline. Even though the website is customized, the core of Inspiro is still there to assure the best user experience. Nevertheless, this presentation website looks clean and has style, provides all the needed information to its visitors and is even integrated with a customer and employee area.
2. Leysa Flores Design
A good way of convincing clients that you are a professional web designer is through a really awesome online business card — a portfolio website. Leysa Flores comes with an example of how a portfolio can win your interest at first sight. This minimalist look was achieved based on the features Presence has to offer. Thus, the style of the website advertises what is sells — the services of a lovely little graphic design studio with big ideas for small businesses and start-ups. Since the theme is multi-purpose, this website is an awesome variation of how it can be used.
Decadent is a team of bold content creators that are always ready to implement out of the box ideas that are only decadent in a good way. Since their portfolio includes lots of videos, Inspiro was a good fit for the website of the team. The homepage includes a few sections with enough info about the purposes of the team and some catchy examples of their work.
4. The Wake Forest Review
It’s been a while since we updated the look of our Tribune theme and it’s nice to see it grow on websites such as The Wake Forest Review. All of the basic features of the theme favor the intent of creating an online platform for the student-edited newspaper at Wake Forest University. Besides the fact that the content is very well structured, the digital version of the newspaper is also modern and clean.
5. Gapie Na Mape
Gapie Na Mape is the travel blog of Paula and Maciek who are based in Poland but have already put their feet on each of the six continents. Their Foodica based blog gathers all of their adventures in written form, joined, of course, with breathtaking pictures. This is definitely a great way of keeping memories, relieve them, and inspire yourself to create new ones!
Axioma is a Dutch branding agency intended to provide creative content with maximum impact. Their website rocks the Inspiro theme with the integrated page builder which helped with adding more flexibility for creating a neat presentation of their team and work. They also kept is as minimalist as possible, and the red accent color gives the website a branded and interesting look.
7. The Essentially Organized Life
The Essentially Organized Life blog is intended for those who want to find balance in their life. JoAnne, the author of the blog gathered the best tips and tricks for organizing meals, household shortcuts, delicious recipes and various methods of relaxation. Foodica was JoAnne’s theme of choice. She changed some colors here and there, used the Image Box widgets under the slider, a pinned post option and a three column layout for the latest posts on the homepage. This is enough to say that the website and its content is also super organized — just as the name of the blog suggests.
8. Maison Raquette
Raquette is a Romanian fashion label founded by two sisters — Dana and Violette. They recently switched their Maison Raquette website to a minimalist Inspiro based one, which will further help showcase their gorgeous collections. This time, the team decided for a simple layout joined with high impact pictures that tell about their designs more than any words.
There are few places where you can feel like home. The French cuisine restaurant Maison from Wisconsin claims to be one of these places, hence its name. Delicio makes it easier for the visitors to book online reservations and for the owner to showcase the menu and attract all the gourmands. Besides these features, the website looks clean, with some visual accents provided by the photos with their decor and meals. Yum!
10. Marlène Hennebert
Meet Marlène Hennebert — a French lifestyle blogger passionate about fashion, beauty and travel. Her blog is a proper example of how a font can change the look of a blog and give it a pinch of style. Other than this, the blogger is using a classic Foodica layout, by focusing on showing more images and less text on the homepage.
As you can see, Foodica and Inspiro are currently the top favorites among our themes. However, each of the websites has its own style. Let us know in the comments section which of the websites grabbed your attention the most.
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