Since its initial launch in 2007, Weebly has come a long way. The platform now supports 15 different languages and comes with a variety of incredible features, including support for eCommerce websites, blogging, mobile apps, and most important feature of all, the ease of use.
When talking about building websites, the first platform that comes to our mind is WordPress. However, it requires a little bit of a learning curve and some technical knowledge in order to setup a website with WordPress. Plus, after setting up the site with WordPress, you’ll be in charge of maintaining it, updating the database, plugins, and customizing themes, and many other functions as well.
All this can be a little too overwhelming for someone without any web development experience. For those people, Weebly can be an excellent alternative for easily building websites without any technical experience.
Similar to Squarespace, Weebly is a great all-in-one solution for building all kinds of websites from personal portfolios to small business websites and online stores. Want proof? Have a look at some of the most beautiful websites that entrepreneurs have built using Weebly and see for yourself.
This particular website will win you over with its exemplary use of minimalism. Instead of stuffing the website with too much content and images, the website for this gift box store uses a static homepage with only its logo and a CTA with a link to its store. It’s simple, elegant, and effective at the same time.
The store section of the website also uses a minimalist layout and minimal product pages. The Box Bros website shows that complex and large websites doesn’t have to look cluttered with megamenus and too much text and images. It can be as simple as this.
Chapman Stick artist Japhlet Attias’ website is yet another brilliant example of a stunningly designed Weebly website. This website uses a theme that comes with a number of great features, including sections for embedded videos, streaming audio music, and more.
The website also uses a single-page scrolling design and appears to match perfectly with the style of the solo musician.
This Melbourne-based brand and design agency also uses Weebly to power up their company website. Brand iD website features a single-page design that neatly includes all the details about the agency services, their mission, as well as a portfolio section filled with all their branding work.
Brand iD website design also seems to follow several new design trends, such as hamburger menus, ghost buttons, and fullscreen header images as well.
Who says websites are only useful to digital and modern businesses? This website for the barber shop, Classic Cut & Shave, will show you how effective websites can be for brick and mortar businesses.
The online booking system is probably the most useful feature of this website. It allows people to book a seat at the barber shop at a preferred time with their favorite barber.
The beautifully animated header background is the first thing you’re going to notice in this attractive school website. The Brighton Secondary School in South Australia has used its design quite nicely to their advantage to showcase their talent, programs, and more.
The website features a number of useful widgets as well, including an event calendar, an animated notices section, and more.
Freelance graphic designer Josh Barton uses a Weebly website to attract more clients for his business online. Josh’s website is simple and beautiful. It includes a section for case studies from his past projects, an effective contact page, testimonials from clients, details about Josh, and more. It’s pretty much everything you’d expect to see on a personal portfolio website.
Graphic designer Nick Fusedale uses Weebly with a stunning theme for his professional portfolio website, where he showcases all his work. The website features lots of sliders, which he uses to feature his projects with many pictures.
We Talk Money is an independent agency that provides financial advice. The agency uses its Weebly-powered website to effectively explain what they do, the services they offer, along with some advice for beginners, and includes contact information to get in touch with the agency.
The website also features a static sidebar with navigation links. A nice feature that you don’t normally see on most other websites.
This is the main website of a popular online course that teaches entrepreneurship to young leaders. Over 30,000 people have participated in the program. Leadapreneur’s main website acts as a starting point for its new students to learn more about their programs. As you can see, the website also features an eye-catching design.
Another all-in-one website that comes with a landing page, a blog, and an online store packed into one Weebly website. The Whiskey Ball website features a modern design while brilliantly showcasing its products throughout the homepage with links directing users to its shop.
The Whiskey Ball shop also includes a beautiful layout and detailed product pages.
Douk Snow sells handle made skis and snowboards out of the UK. To do that, they have a simple, minimal eCommerce store powered by Weebly.
Leo Edwards is an adventure photographer who uses Weebly to showcase his work. It’s a simple website with lots of large images, as you can see on the homepage above.
Flaming Pear Software offers creative plugins for Photoshop and uses Weebly for its website.
Backwoods Soap makes soap and other body products from beer or hops, which is a unique take on personal hygiene. To sell their products, they have a simple site powered by Weebly.
April Borreli uses Weebly to power her portfolio of illustrations, designs, and fiber crafts.
Young Marine Explorers aims to “inspire youth of global coastal communities to engage in marine conservation”. To help them achieve that goal, they use Weebly.
As you’d expect from the name, Just Comfort Shoes uses Weebly to sell…comfortable shoes!
Harmony Homeopathics sells homeopathic sprays to help people “unlock a deeper level of healing and harmony”.
Page Eighty Four Design is the portfolio for graphic designer, Jag Nagra. It features tons of colorful illustrations to showcase her work.
As the name implies, Argyle Yarn Shop uses Weebly to sell yarn out of Brooklyn, NY.
Our Table is a food coop based in Sherwood Oregon that uses Weebly to power its community website.
Farm Lighting sells heavy-duty lighting for farmers and other businesses.
Waidsack is an Austrian store that sells handmade bags using Weebly.
Dwarmis is a boutique fashion brand in New York that uses Weebly to power its lookbook and eCommerce store.
Wall’in is a French service that provides unique interior decorating solutions.
Wonderfully Cheap Websites sells flat-rate Weebly websites for $799. Their own portfolio site is built using – you guessed it – Weebly.
Yaak River Base Camp is a beautiful outdoor activity area in Montana.
Dakota Drone Aerial Photography sells drone photography and video as a service for marketing, events, or business uses.
Storytelling Strands sells natural stones and crystals. It doesn’t use Weebly for eCommerce directly, instead opting to link to the Storytelling Strands Etsy store.
St. Teresa Orphans Foundation is a non-profit located in Tanzania that works with orphans and other vulnerable children.
As you may have figured out by now, Weebly is not just a platform for creating simple landing pages and portfolios. It’s also a great platform for building large and complex websites as well. But, is it better and Squarespace, Wix, or Virb? We’ll let you decide that.
Have you seen any other great websites that use Weebly? Share them with us in the comments section.
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