It seems like only yesterday that uKit website builder was introduced. But today we bring you a collection of real websites created using this code-free site creation platform.
When you build a site with user-friendly platforms like uKit, it’s easy to create a good web presence. But it’s both an art and science to make it effective. An effective business site is easy to find, allows you to winningly present your services/products, connect with new colleagues, make sales, and find new offers.
So let’s see whether it’s possible to create an effective website without writing a single line of code.
Example 1: Phoenix Eye Institute
PhoenixEyeInstitute.com serves as a place for potential clients to learn more about the services the institute can offer. Their website is easy to navigate and offers the most important information to the visitors: the conditions they treat, clients’ testimonials (including testimonial videos), various downloadable forms, contact information, and even a news section where they describe in detail their new services and share Institute’s news.
You won’t find a pricing list there, because every patient’s case is unique. The website has a clean light design and a detailed contact info for customers to easily get in touch with the Institute.
Example 2: United Concrete Forming
Unitedconcreteforming.com is a good example of a business website built with uKit. The guys behind the site show that even if your business is construction, you can still have a beautiful website .
As you can see from their quality image gallery, the company’s main services are providing all kinds of concrete forming.
They are also the kind of company that prefer to better show their work then tell about it, that’s why they are using a lot of images and not much text. Focusing on the visual presentation of the content is not a bad thing, but, in my opinion, the website would perform better with more detailed descriptions of the offered services.
Example 3: Kever Conyers Photograhpy
Keverconyersphotograhpy.com is a vivid sample of a quality and appealing portfolio website. It belongs to Kever Conyers III – the photographer with years of experience, who aims at presenting his works to users and successfully does that at the website.
This website includes all the elements that are crucial for any portfolio. There is nothing superfluous here – all the elements are on their places. High quality photos displayed against the snow-white background is what attracts the attention of a visitor right from the start. It’s possible to enlarge each photo to view the details by simply clicking on it. There is also a brief info about the photographer and a callback widget in the low corner of the homepage, which is a convenient option for visitors, who value their time.
The portfolio itself is subdivided into thematic categories and there are also special categories with pricing and contact info. A nice and informative example of a portfolio website!
Example 4: CDM Academy
Cdmacademy.org proves that site builders like uKit are a great option for non-commercial organizations. CDM Academy is an International Secondary School in Benue State of Nigeria.
The website offers lots of useful content for potential and current students, as well as their parents. There is a curriculum section, a documentary video about the school, online forms, information on entrance examination etc.
The site is also well-branded: it has a cohesive color scheme that matches the Academy’s logo and email address in the website’s domain – firstname.lastname@example.org. The website has more than enough info on the academy. The only thing I would add is a couple of videos.
Example 5: Counterpoint Legal
If you are going to build a site for your business with uKit, take a look at counterpointfirm.com. Morgan Ross, the founder of the law firm, used uKit website builder to promote his legal services online.
The website looks good with the red, black, and white color scheme, a custom favicon is always a plus. A lot of information about the founder of the firm is a good move, because you need to know if your lawyer has the right qualities for the job. There is no testimonials page which can be very useful for such business. One of the other concerns is the FAQs page – it’s totally wrong, there are no questions at all.
Example 6: Allan Joyner Phorography
Allanjoynerphotography.ca – picturing Canada In All Its Beauty – that’s Allan Joyner’s motto and that’s exactly what he does. Let’s start with the tiny minuses of his website. The Blog section is empty, with no posts – even if they will be added soon, it would be better to hide the page from the navigation menu for now. The testimonials listed under Training Products could be highlighted better.
But everything goes to the back burner when you look at these Canadian photos, they’re a real masterpiece. The color scheme is not perfect for text information, but it’s brilliant for photos and images. Forget everything I said earlier – the website is flawless!
Example 7: Emma Goodman’s Massage
Emma began her massage eduсation at the Ann Arbor Institute of Massage Therapy in 2010 studying Swedish Relaxation, Myofascial Release, Sports Massage, and Neuromuscular Therapy. Sounds like a real deal, probably that’s the reason why egmassage.com is a simple website, but an effective one.
Though every element is nothing but simple, it’s not a bad thing. The website is easy to use and all info can be reached at once – contact details, services and rates. It would be nice, though, to have something to make the website more personal, such as a video or the masseur’s bio.
Example 8: Rora Construction
Roracc.com is one of today’s fast growing global construction groups. They are rookies on such a big market as the construction one is.
From the very first look you understand what the website is about and what services the company provides. All these yellow stripes and black spaces look awesome, and the custom favicon is very simple, but stylish. Images of their projects are really that cool and if they were larger, they would be even more epic.
Functionally the website is easy-in-use but I can’t but ask one question: why there’s a separate section for Vision? There are just a couple of sentences. And in the bottom part of the Home page, there is a schedule image of a very low quality.
Example 9: Wonder Jackson Films
Wonderjacksonfilms.com is a website of a video production studio that offers professional services and can cope with various kinds of projects – from short films and up to documentaries or multimedia content.
The website comprises the most important information a potential customer would like to know. The homepage features a large slider enlisting the services, brief information about the studio and several buttons redirecting to other pages, such as portfolio and services. The highlight of the homepage is the video widget that showcases the most successful works of the studio.
The website contains several categories providing detailed information about the team, services, portfolio and contacts. The latter are also found in the header and in the footer of the homepage. A convenient social networks widget and an online contact form contribute to website functionality and visual appeal.
Example 10: AMB Glazing
Ambwindows.co.uk has been in business for nearly 10 years, having worked tirelessly to build a reputation based on honesty, integrity, and customer service. And those are not empty words, because the first thing you see is the testimonials of their customers who share their experience working with AMB Glazing.
There’s a big difference between a professional approach in website building and “ah, that’ll do”. Easy to understand navigation, quality images, every detail in its place – these are the distinguishing features of the website. I like their black, white and blue colors, it’s looking solid, but still fresh enough.
With the right attitude, uKit website builder can be an irreplaceable asset for any sort of business. You need to make a real effort to transform its navigation into a total disaster. Plus, the prices are very affordable.
You’re not limited with themes and business niches for your website. Medicine? Why not?! Construction sector? Piece of cake. Yoga or an online shop? Consider it done! Blog-alike websites are the only exception with the platform – the blogging feature is available but can’t say it’s very convenient for a full-featured blog.
In total, uKit is one of the best solutions on the market, mostly because of its versatility.