Website creation tool Squarespace asked us to celebrate members who are practicing the platform to showcase their portfolio, online business and self-initiated projects.
We put together a three-part series which looked at the creative process of building and using a website. We spoke to a handful of Squarespace members to find out what makes a strong landing page, top tips on design for website navigation, and why it’s so important to pick the right template for your site.
Over the past few months we’ve been working to find out what it is that makes good site design great site design, partnering with our chums over at Squarespace to show off the best designs on their platform. We’ve already looked at how to present portfolios and business sites, and in our final piece we’re honing in on brilliantly presented personal projects.
If you’re a start-up, you’re likely to be someone with at least a bit of digital savvy. It’s a rare entrepreneur indeed that manages to make the transition from pipe dream to reality without an online presence, but if your business is currently more Rodney Trotter than hot-to-trot, no need to panic. We’ve scoured the world wide web for the best business site designs out there, and happened upon this stunning platform for design objects vendor Light + Ladder. It was created using Squarespace, who we’ve partnered with for a series of articles where we chat to users about how they’ve made their own sites so ace.
As we all know, the world wide web is a vast and sometimes terrifying expanse even to look at, let alone contribute to with the fruits of your own digital labours. We’ve partnered with website building tool Squarespace to show that it needn’t all be so hard, starting off earlier this year with a series that looked at how to create the perfect portfolio online.
We know you’re a creative bunch, and a rather motivated one too, if the reams of brilliant stuff you make that we pop on the site is anything to go by. That’s why we’ve decided to dedicate a bit of space to showing off your talents – specifically by showing off how you present them – by teaming up with website building tool Squarespace.