Format – is a specialized portfolio websites builder, which is headquartered in Canada. The system works great for the development of websites for creatives, artists, designers, illustrators, models, photographers, architects, digital artists and all other users, who wish to showcase their talent manifested in professional works.
TemplateToaster (current version 184.108.40.20619) – is a downloadable platform for creating powerful and yet simple templates without being involved in coding or programming. The desktop-based software comes as a handy tool for both newbies and dedicated pros who are eager to design a theme of their own. Generating a new template for WordPress, Joomla, Magento, Drupal or any other content management system will be a walk in the park thanks. No internet connection or programming skills are required.
KeePass (current version 2.43) – is an open-source password manager. It was developed to let users keep all their entry data in one place safe and sound. The key benefit of the software is that you are not forced to make up dozens of new passwords for endless online accounts you have. The app makes it easy to keep all of them under control with no need to remember brain-teasing combinations of characters and numbers.
Carbonmade – is an online portfolio builder. It was developed to let individuals establish a solid web presence. Artists, photographers, graphic designers, and illustrators get a chance to connect with potential customers as well as share their works with the global audience through up-to-date and stylish sites. The website builder is very easy to use. It offers a literally instant way to set and run an online portfolio with no coding skills.
Tictail – is a system that has been known as a free eCommerce website builder with headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden. Launched in 2012, it quickly gained popularity with users willing to build visually appealing and functional web stores. The key goal of the web service was to help anyone, who has a great product, to easily sell it online.
DudaMobile – is a service, which allows for quick and professional creation of DIY mobile websites. The system stands out from the crowd due to its explicit focus on the conversion of desktop websites into feature-laden, tap-friendly mobile sites right before your eyes! DudaMobile used to target website owners who have not managed to create mobile-ready websites for some reason yet had the intention to make their project optimized for mobile browsing.
Ucraft – is an artsy website builder that combines creative templates with a sleek and easy-to-use editor. It delivers enough features to create websites of different types. Users may launch a simple blog as well as set up a small business site or jump into the eCommerce niche with a fully functional digital store. Creating new pages and projects with Ucraft is very easy thanks to its proprietary WYSIWYG editor while the ready-made templates look very stylish and up-to-date.
DoodleKit – is a website builder, which sees its major mission in the development of small business websites ad well as projects for personal use. These include landing pages, portfolios and other types of popular DIY projects. Launched in 2006, the system managed to win its target audience among DIY web designers, but it definitely leaves much to be desired now.
PageCloud – is a Canada-based website builder, which was launched at the end of 2015 and has gained worldwide popularity since that time. The system has become the TechCrunch Disrupt 2015 finalist due to more than 200 million video views in popular social networks, including YouTube, Vimeo and Facebook. It has also introduced several patented technologies to provide the unsurpassed web building experience to its new and registered users.
Joomla – is the all-in-one CMS, the feature set of which is extended via plugin integration. This lets you use the platform to create different types of websites: from simple promo sites and up to large-scale informational resources with millions of system users. Joomla is a bit more difficult to master than WordPress, but this didn’t prevent it from becoming a popular solution among newbies.