Are you thinking of creating a new website? You’ll need to find a good web host and this is especially true for anybody who has their domain on .NET. Check out My Windows Hub for a decent list of hosts that are Windows-based. Also, if you are thinking of moving to a custom WordPress theme then I wanted to connect you with some the fabulous custom WordPress theme designers!
Finding a web designer who specifically knows WordPress is definitely an asset – being familiar with WordPress and even knowing the plugins available to WordPress can save you time and money!
Below are examples of some beautifully designed websites and the WordPress theme designer who made it.
1 – Frock Files by Priceless Design Studio
2 – Love Hilary Rose by Love Grows Design
Design by: Love Grows Design (Blogger site picture above but she also does WordPress blog design!)
3 – Stuff Mums Like by Idyllic Creative
4 – Bleubird by Jane Reaction and Brani Bernoskie
5 – Lily by Waterfall Creative
6 – Steph Fowler Katelyn Brooke Designs
7 – A Sorta Fairytale by 17th Avenue Designs
Design by: 17th Avenue Designs
8 – Coconut & Berries by Beautiful Dawn Designs
9 – Spaces Between Stephanie Blaszak
10 – Elements of StyJSGD
Design by: JSGD
11 – Made Art Boutique by Ahhh Design
12 – Enlightened Housewife by Cre8d Design
13 – The Little Things by The Salted Ink
14 – Life with Lipstick by Alicia Carvalho
15 – A Mama Collective by Heart and Arrow
16 – Ashu Miss by Leah Kalamakis
17 – Zooey Magazine by Brandi Bernoskie
Coding by: Brandi Bernoski
18 – Kathryn Kitchen Blog by Designer Blogs
Design by: Designer Blogs
19 – Hella Vintage by Eimy + Co
20 – Skinny as she Goes by Blog-Do
21 – Simple as That by Key Lime
22 – It’s a Pretty Thing by Saffron Avenue
23 – The Thinking Closet by Moonstream Design
24 – A Dose of Page by Olive & Ivy
Design by: Olive & Ivy
25 – That Sweet Tenennessey Tea by Squeesome
Design by: Squeesome
Before you contact your WordPress theme designer, it’s a good idea to collect some links of websites you really like to be a source of inspiration. I also recommended knowing your requirements (ie: do you want a contact form, do you want users to signup for a newsletter, what parts must be editable?, do you need help finding and installing on a web host). It’s also not unheard of to contact a few different designers to get some quotes so you can compare price and services offered. You may also want to hop on the phone with the designer to get a sense of personality to see if you “click”.
You can also take a look back at 21 Incredible WordPress Blog Designers for more!
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