Divi Design Showcase: New Submissions from September 2017
In this post we’ll take a look at some amazing Divi websites from our community members. Each month we enjoy viewing all of your Divi design submissions, and today we want to share with you the top ten websites for this month. Throughout the post I will point out some of my favorite features for each of the websites.
I hope you like it!
The Best Community Divi Site Submissions for September 2017
1. Klik Samuray
This website was submitted by Cem Cangir. It has some interesting animations throughout the site. I especially like the sliding animations in the header with the elements being animated individually, and the hover effects within the project grid that zooms the image and reveals the text.
2. Gavin Blake
This website was submitted by Sarah Oates. The site is a great example of making a simple black and white design look elegant. It mostly uses a white background but one section darkens the background just enough to stand apart and make it visually appealing. Services are front and center without distractions.
This website was submitted by Michael Langell. I love the colors and fonts used in this site. The design of the product and blog sections minimize the distractions around them with white-space followed by the video section that’s wall-to-wall video. The hover animations stand out. It also makes interesting use of menu design with a menu under the header until the visitor scrolls passed the header.
4. A Century of NHL Memories
This website was submitted by Valerie Woods. I like the way the image in the header doesn’t have to be centered. This gives it a stylish look that, along with the interesting shade of red, makes the minimalistic design elements stand out. This site makes excellent use of white space to draw attention to the right areas. Also, I love this shade of red against the white background.
5. Styl’ evolution
This website was submitted by Nicolas Ciarapica. The site makes good use of sliders with CTA’s by using them to introduce visitors to their services. It also gives a great example of using parallax effectively. Several other elements that stand out include drop caps for the about sections, how it blends the about sections with the person modules, and elegant use of embedded Instagram feeds.
6. Soren & Anders
This website was submitted by Victor Duse. It displays a video background behind a play button that opens the video in a popup. The art within the background is enough for the visitor to understand what the site is about. The section separators and colors support the cartoonish design. I like the way the right-side menu moves the site over and nothing on the page is lost.
This website was submitted by Aayush J. Nair. This design proves that less is more. The opening screen is a simple tagline with a tease to scroll. On scroll you’ll see the scroll bar is also styled and the website uses the full width of the screen. The site uses interesting patterned backgrounds with short descriptions and CTA’s that take the full screen. It doesn’t use a menu on the homepage.
8. Dawn Martin Photography
This website was submitted by Yvette Craig. The site uses soft colors with perfectly matched fonts and elegant design touches. Aside from the awesome photography I particularly like the graphics and borders around the images. The gorgeous logo disappears on scroll to give more room for the website.
This website was submitted by Kurt Von. I’m a sucker for alternating layouts and this site does it to perfection. The fonts and green highlights make the design stand out with a professional feel. The site is a great example of how to use fonts, branded colors, white-space, parallax, and video.
This website was submitted by Michael. The website sells products with a minimalistic design and the website’s design matches the theme perfectly. Using an off-white background with black typography and tan highlights, the products fit nicely within the page. I like the multi-layout header design.
That’s all for this round of the Divi design showcase. Great job everyone! And thanks for your submissions.
If you’d like your own design considered please feel free to email our editor at nathan at elegant themes dot com. Be sure to make the subject of the email “DIVI SITE SUBMISSION”.
We’d also like to hear from you in the comments! Tell us what you like about these websites and if there is anything they’ve done you want us to teach on the blog.
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