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10 Examples of Website Built Using Elementor – October

10 Examples of Website Built Using Elementor – October

October 31, 18

It’s the last day of October and it’s Halloween. Yes! No witches or monsters can stop us from posting these top 10 sites built using the leading page builder, Elementor.

The following are sites of different businesses possessing excellent user interface and user experience through the use of Elementor page builder.

Ready to check them out? Let’s get started!

Steel Box Co

Steel Box Co

Steel Box Co is a company that specializes in the sale of new and used shipping containers. If your business that you are trying to build a website for is somewhat similar, this one is for you. The banner includes the company’s name and what makes it different is that its fill color is the same as the image on its side that makes it appear like an extension of the image.

Scrolling reveals two containers applied with hover overlay styles and descriptions appear animatedly. Just below are flip boxes that showcase the company’s products. I love the color scheme used on this 1-page site (grey and silver are usually associated with steel according to research, by the way). Another thing is that the site uses a sticky navigation bar which I find unique and helpful.

Cocoon Styling

Cocoon Styling

Cocoon Styling is a group of hair stylists and makeup artists. At first, the company’s logo is displayed on the banner then the image will start sliding animatedly. When the Menu button is clicked, a sticky side navigation bar will appear. A before and after slider is also present on the site. I like it because it allows the user to view a comparison between two images and control it by himself.

There is also a slider gallery in showcasing their recent works on makeup and hair styling. Their services are enclosed within containers with a button that opens a modal form for the price list when clicked. Another thing is that Taupe combined with Black always results in an elegant looking website.

Mambane African Designs

Mambane African Designs

Waiting for me to mention a Woocommerce site? The wait is finally over. Mambane African Designs is a site that offers clothes for fashion depicting African designs. Products are categorized on the homepage into sections: women, men, and children. Each includes a CTA and featured products.

The images are vibrant in color and I like that the products have almost the same look that gives this unified look. Scrolling down as you view the product, the site will provide you with reviews and more related products. Thus, giving the customers the information they need for them to guarantee their purchase.

NinjaOutreach

NinjaOutreach

This one is NinjaOutreach’s site, a software that automates outreach by finding emails over millions of leads. Upon accessing the site, you’ll be welcomed by a large image on the banner with a button that allows you to play a video. Scrolling reveals text and screenshots that overlap one another and are laid out alternately from one side to another.

The site has a lot of text, good thing that most are placed within containers and partitioned accordingly. The Pricing page has four subscription boxes and a slider for the testimonials. The Contact page is created artistically and you surely have to check it out. I love the simplicity and neatness on the placement of contents. I also like the color scheme used – Cyprus, White, and Apple.

Mason & Megan

Mason & Megan

Here comes another site for photography – Mason & Megan, a couple wedding photographers. On the homepage, recent blog posts are featured within containers applied with hover overlay styles. I like that the About Us page includes their images in a masonry layout.

The Process page is what I like the most on this site. There is a menu that changes the content and the banner of the page when clicked. Their recent works are showcased on the Galleries page with tag filters. This site is indeed stunning and sophisticated.

Makaroni

Makaroni

Wanna talk about food? Let this one be the talk. Exclusive food products from Italy are what Makaroni offers. Upon accessing the site, you’ll easily appreciate how the site maintained a color scheme of Green, Red, and White which is based from Italy’s flag color. Their products are categorized using icons on the homepage. I personally like its simplicity and neatness.

The site also comes with a page where different cuisines are featured with banner images applied with hover overlay styles. Also, you’ll observe the consistent use of slick sliders and shrink animations as you browse through the site. This Woocommerce site also uses a sticky top navbar which is a plus for me.

Oscar Collica

Oscar Collica

How about personal owned sites? Oscar Collica is a VFX (visual effects) artist and his site proves a lot especially the video background on the top part. Scrolling reveals the names and icons of the softwares that he uses.

More section about his skills is displayed as you continue scrolling down the homepage. The Portfolio page has tag filters navigation and containers are applied with hover overlay styles. Each project has an individual page that gives a thorough description of the work and will surely impress you, not just because of the work itself but also because of how its contents are laid out.

Birches & Pine Wedding Photography

Birches & Pine Wedding Photography

Can’t get rid of photography sites? Here comes another one. Birches & Pine Wedding Photography is a team of two longtime friends who are passionate at shooting weddings. The banner looks amazing with its full-width background images that animatedly slides. The navigation bar is placed below it which is uncommon but I still like it.

The site makes a consistent use of tilt opacity divider and can be observed on the banners of every page. On the homepage, some images are featured in a masonry layout which I really like. The use of serif fonts gives this elegant look to the site plus the color scheme used.

Shake Design

Shake Design

If you are about to create a site for your design agency, then Shake Design’s site is an inspiration to look up to. Upon accessing the site, you’ll observe four things: the company’s logo on the upper left, a hamburger menu icon, a vertical dot navigation, and an accessibility tool icon. The accessibility tool allows you to adjust the interface according to your desired text size, color, and even brightness. One scroll instantly reveals a new section containing an image of one of the company’s recent works.

The About page has a slick slider on its banner and images in a masonry layout. On the Expertise page, one section corresponds to one service they offer and they surely look stunning! Team members are also showcased within containers and their names appear once hovered. I love that the site uses different colors but still maintained this artistic and neat look.

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