Inspiring sites built with Divi, Part 2
When I want to design a new website with Divi, I look to others for inspiration. Sometimes, it’s a simple layout for a blog post; other times, it’s finding CSS effects that make a site perfect. As a designer whose practice is based on that theme, I have a huge appreciation for others who are able to create beautiful designs with the Builder. As such, I’ve rounded up a second set of inspirational Divi websites. (See the first here.) I hope you enjoy!
Oh, and before we begin: I’m still on the lookout for more inspiring examples of great design on Divi websites! Submit a site for the next round!
Brewlife’s website takes advantage of fullwidth images, strong pops of color, and a nice font pairing to create a great experience for its users. I love the high quality headshots of the team and the layout of their team bios.
An ultra-clean, flat website with a soft color palette. This site uses one of my favorite fonts, Proxima Nova, and custom artwork on its home page. ConversionLab impresses me because it doesn’t use the same “shout in your face” design style that most conversion-oriented sites use. While stopping by, take a look at the layout of their blog posts. (If you like it, here’s how to replicate it.)
Godrow designed one of the websites in our last roundup. They have an incredible ability to make Divi sites look like completely custom themes. Note: Godrow recently underwent a redesign, and they now use a new font and no navigation. You can still see some of their designs here and here.
I love how Olga Summerhayes’ website, Infinite Imagination, uses a clean color scheme, thin-weighted fonts, and white space to give the page such a refreshing feel. I also appreciate the simplicity of the page structure: this site is extremely usable.
I love the dedication that went into Monterey Premier’s website. With an impressive portfolio of clients, beautiful images decorating the home page, and time spent on the “little details” like creating slanting sections with CSS, their site is a great example of what can be done with Divi.
Rachel’s site is one of my favorite on this list. It’s elegant, welcoming, and beautifully thought out. I love Rachel’s succinct copywriting, strong branding, and the abstract shapes drawn on the very bottom each page.
Reese: A Child Theme by A Girl And Her Mac
I didn’t think I was going to put a Divi child theme on the list until I saw Reese from A Girl and Her Mac. Reese showcases an incredible attention to detail and would be incredible for any picture-oriented website; my favorite features are the rounded image galleries (watch the one on the home page!) and the background image at the top of each page.
Results Food Coaching
I love the color contrast on this design. A dark background with pops of color fades to a lighter background with beautiful imagery and clear copywriting. The site continuously impresses me: they’ve identified a big problem, they’ve created a solution, and they’ve backed it up with glowing testimonials. It’s all wrapped in a website based on Divi.
The Global Church Project
This home page! Wow! This website is proof that custom artwork can add incredible depth to a user’s experience. I also love the title section for each individual page – for instance, click on the “Contact” page and take a look at how nicely the slanted section, font choice, and background image compliment each other.
The homepage of this site is incredibly clean and makes use of a nice gradient for the home page (very similar to our own home page!). But what really impresses me is Mladen’s (the creator’s) lessons, where he makes use of the different Divi modules to separate his content.
I’m still on the lookout for more inspiring examples of great design on Divi websites! Submit a site for the next round!
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