Google Sites – is a website builder, simple enough to be mastered by newbies yet it provides a no-hassle and intuitive web development and hosting platform. It’s the reincarnation of Jotspot, which was acquired by Google back in 2006. Today, Google’s site builder looks nothing like Jotspot, other than the fact that both are hosted wiki systems which allow collaborative content creation, modification, and extension.
Adobe Dreamweaver CC – is a powerful offline visual website development tool, the sphere of application of which goes down to the creation, publishing and further management of different types of websites and offline apps. The program is included into the Creative Cloud service, which makes it possible to enjoy the entire spectrum of its advantages.
Magento – is one of the most robust CMS platforms. Launched in 2007, the system delivers a huge list of features in addition to vast integration capabilities to build a solid digital store. It is packed with add-ons and apps making it a doubtless fav for millions of merchants across the globe. Despite all the great features, Magento will hardly be a good idea for beginners. Non-technicians might find it challenging to set up a website due to a complicated dashboard and interface.
WordPress (current version – 5.2) – is a powerful Content Management System, which works great for the development of various web projects due to the abundance of extensions. The engine is used to build blogs and information portals, but it’s also possible to launch even a web store with it by means of plugin integration.
Weebly – is a versatile website builder, which allows creating great-looking websites without the necessity to write a single line of code. The website builder comes with a convenient drag-and-drop editor and uses a “box” model, which lets you modify your website structure and design with regard to your web building needs.
Bookmark – is a cloud-based AI-powered website builder. It looks innovative and modern, compared to standard systems of this type at first sight. Despite the niche competition, it impressed me with the balanced set of features this website builder offers. Founded in 2014 in Toronto by David Kosmayer, Bookmark has quickly gained popularity around the world due to its innovative approach to the web development process.
Wix – is the most renowned website builder all over the world. During the past few years we’ve seen tremendous growth in Wix; these were years of expansion and growth for the company. It has introduced a series of powerful business management apps, improved eCommerce, developed the Mobile Solution and hit over 147 million signups and 3,5 million paid websites in over 190 countries.
uKit – is a website builder, which is used to launch and manage small business websites and other types of projects for personal and commercial use. The system has gained worldwide popularity due to its amazing simplicity that does not compromise with quality and professional web design approach. This is an indispensible solution for newbies and web design pros willing to establish professional web presence for their businesses. This website builder will work great for all the representatives of small and medium businesses, who lack web design experience and don’t wish to pay enormous sums of money to web studios.
Adobe Portfolio – is a worthy platform for both beginner photographers and dedicated pros looking for a simple way to establish a recognizable public face online. While professional galleries are probably the best way to introduce your skills and creativity, Adobe Portfolio appears to be a solid software that lets you manage and curate the content as well as benefit from worthy design features, build catchy dynamic galleries, and introduce yourself to the global web audience.
Exai (Experts in artificial intelligence) – is the one-of-a-kind platform aimed at making users’ existing websites more user-friendly and efficient. It offers to upgrade your existing on Exai’s platform. The tool comes with extended functionality to let you not just build a website but to establish an automated process of its maintenance and support. No more manual troubleshooting, updates or debugging.