Lately, we have been featuring stunning websites that are built using the leading page builder, Elementor. It’s the last week of September and yes, you’re right! – it’s the time of the month again.
From 10 on the list on our recent blog posts, we narrowed them down to give you the best of the best! The following sites were rated the highest for their excellent use of design work, both in terms of form and function.
It seems like you’re ready. Okay, let’s get started!
Champagne for Alle
Upon accessing the site, one can easily tell what Champagne for Alle is all about. Aside from the large image at the center of the banner, it also comes with CTA buttons within containers. Scrolling through the homepage reveals a sign-up form that uses a zigzag divider – unique and artsy.
I like how the Champagnekassen page is created. The products featured are applied with float animation and parallax background can be observed on the blurbs. Also, dynamic texts were consistently used on the page. The combination of Putty, Nero, and White gives this elegant look to the site.
Experts in Creative Arts (EICA) is a creative agency that focuses on branding and identity and also offers presentations, website design, and mobile app development. Aside from the banner in parallax background, I bet you’ll also get stunned as you scroll through the homepage. It reveals a section with canvas particle animation where services are showcased within containers.
I also like how the Who We Are and Contact page is created – parallax background was consistently used. The fill-out form on the has an animation playing on the background. Black and Apache is a good choice – sophisticated and striking. The site speaks the company’s expertise, indeed.
Gina Schade is a health coach that offers cookbook, meal planning services, private and group coaching programs, and workshops. This one is a minimalist site that consistently uses script fonts and serif fonts. I like how neatly the services are laid out on the homepage within boxes.
Her recipes are also showcased in containers arranged into three columns where texts float up when hovered. There is also a section that lets you play a video clip. The Recipes page has results that can be refined and filtered. The color scheme and choice of fonts maintained the site’s simplicity and elegance.
BalticList is a simple yet powerful online travel guide for travelers to find best places and events in Baltics, Northern Europe. An attracting full-width photo on the banner looks nice and attracting. I also like that they included a search bar with tab navigation on the banner for the site’s users.
I love the gradient overlay hover style applied to the Categories sections. The Listings and Recently Added section have containers with push animations. On the Regions page, the images are positioned slightly facing left and zoom out when the cursor touches it. The How It Works page has CTAs laid out alternately from one side to another. I love the use of different animations observed throughout the site – simple but artistic.
Naturligt Kreativ is a web agency ideal for start-ups and small businesses. I love how they showcased their services on the homepage in a layout that alternates from one side to another. One section corresponds to one service with an accordion that displays the inclusions. It also comes with three subscription boxes and a styled fill-out form.
The Portfolio page looks stunning with containers arranged into three columns applied with image hover overlay effect. On the Blog page, only the articles thumbnail is displayed first and the content can only be read when the image is clicked. The site looks impressive – from its layout to the color scheme.