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15 examples of amazing WordPress websites

15 examples of amazing WordPress websites

Posted 24th August, 2021 by Sarah

There are more than 60 million WordPress websites in the world.

And it’s easy to understand why.

For starters, the content management system is simple to use.

Plus, thanks to the existence of thousands of themes and hundreds of plugins, it can be used to build websites that are functional and beautiful at the same time.

Need examples?

Here’s a showcase of 15 stunning WordPress websites, ranging from portfolio sites to ecommerce stores.

1. Red Light
Red Light

Portfolio websites don’t come much more beautiful than this.

Visiting this site makes you feel like you’ve entered a mini world. It’s completely absorbing.

This effect is achieved through charming animation, transitions, mouse over effects and infinite scroll.

2. Fiils
Fiils

This is the eCommerce site of sustainable beauty brand Fiils. Some of the highlights of the site include the social proof pop up that gives visitors an insight into the products other customers have been buying and the order builder functionality, which lets customers bundle products into an order.

3. Neontri
Neontri

This Fintech website features clever transitions to guide visitors through the site. Its red on black colour palate is also visually striking.

4. Bridge Tour
Bridge

It should come as no surprise that one of the most impressive websites on this list was designed to showcase the WordPress Bridge theme.

The site features beautiful transitions, animation, scroll effects and eye-catching typography, too.

5. Supercontinent
Supercontinent

Animation, arty typography, scroll effects and mouse-over effects are all part of the design of this memorable website for the visual effects company Supercontinent.

6. Manufactur
Manufactur

A sky full of shooting stars welcomes you the homepage of this moody website. Mouse over effects and clever animations, meanwhile, assist the visitor on their journey through the site.

7. Evande Gonzales
Evande Gonzales

The website of photographer and cinematographer Evande Gonzales showcases just how impactful a website’s images and video content can be when it’s displayed well.

Despite all its content, this site also loads quickly and seamlessly.

8. Adovany
Adovany

The homepage of this website for punk soul laser band Adovany blurs the lines between still images and video.

The website also showcases mouse over effects and features music and sound.

9. Headmasters
Headmasters

The first thing we love about this website has nothing to do with WordPress. It’s the brand name – how clever is the name Headmasters for a salon group?

The site itself is clean and easy to navigate. However, the best thing about this site is the way it integrates the Google My Business data from 56 salons.

10. Noize
Noize

This website has been designed to showcase the Noize WordPress theme.

Designed for bands, the theme makes it easy for visitors to view gig listings and includes a music player that allows visitors to listen to a band’s tracks as they scroll through the page.

11. Acte
Acte

The use of imagery and video on this yoga and Pilates website gives the site an aspirational feel.

The site also incorporates mouse-over effects and imaginative transitions.

12.Fhoke
Fhoke

Fhoke is a team of UK creatives that build WordPress sites. As you might expect, their website is a shining example of best practice.

With a bold black and white colour scheme, the website features animation, mouseover effects and striking typography, too.

13. Gite de Charme
Gite

Visitors to the website for this French gite are met with a full screen of scrolling images when they enter the site.

Throughout the rest of the site, images are displayed in powerful ways, transitioning into the page to ensure they capture the full attention of viewers.

14. 27 Lisboa
27 Lisboa

This is an ecommerce website with a difference. Why? It gives visitors a window-shopping experience.

When visitors enter the site, they are shown an image of a single artisan product. They can then scroll to browse through a showcase of other items – each one displayed as an impactful cut out image.

The product pages, meanwhile, tell the story of the products, featuring a section of copy on where the items were sourced and a bit about the maker.

15. White Pebble Suites
White Pebble Suites

This website for a luxury hotel in Greece is a wonderful example of on point branding and it shows just how versatile WordPress themes can be.

The colours of the site match the colours used in the hotel’s real world rooms. The seamlessness of the parallax scrolling, meanwhile, adds a depth to the site that embodies the brand’s luxury quality.

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Categories: WordPress, Web Design, eCommerce

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