10 Landing Page Designs to Inspire Your Small Business
Looking for design inspiration for your website? We curated a list of our top 10 favorite website designs for small businesses.
A good landing page should clearly reflect your company's brand and values. You only have a few seconds to communicate the value you provide to potential customers. You also have to consider usability and accessibility - is your site easy to navigate? Does it flow logically from section to section? Are call-to-actions strategically placed to keep users engaged?
With all of the aforementioned to worry about and more, it may make sense to outsource web design to an expert. However, a good web designer must work closely with the company to ensure they encapsulate the company's brand, values, beliefs, and mission into the final design.
As a small business owner, you may not be able to articulate why you like a design, but you can certainly identify web designs you don't like, or like more than others. Thus, we've put together a list of our top 10 favorite landing pages as inspiration for your small business website!
1. iFit - Gym/Personal Trainer
iFit provides the best personal training, right at home. Access hundreds of training programs, unique health tips, and expert advice that will lead you to a healthier lifestyle.
2. CityAds - Advertising/Marketing
CityAds Media is a global technology platform for online performance marketing powered by big data.
3. GovX - Specialty Marketplace
GovX provides current & former uniformed professionals exclusive access to deals on gear, apparel, tickets, travel and more.
4. Comet - Internet/Technology
Comet lets you track code, experiments, and results on ML projects. It’s fast, simple, and free for open source projects.
5. Pointer - Ceramics/Home Services
Pointer is a ceramics company from Brazil. Despite us not understanding the language, we love the design!
6. TuDiscovery - Television/Broadcasting
TuDiscovery is the Latin American website for the Discovery Channel.
7. One Shot Move - Moving Services
One Shot Move is a moving company based in Los Angelos, California.
8. Flink - Insurance/Contracts
From Flink: "We revolutionized the insurance contract and developed new products that are ahead of their time: MyThings and MyDamages. With only half a page of text and simple illustrations, we have developed the shortest insurance contracts worldwide. And the simplest."
9. EQ3 - Furniture/E-commerce
Flink is a Canada based company that sells modern furniture & accessories for everyday living.
10. Magic Mondayz - Recruiting/Hiring
Magic Mondayz is a company that focuses on providing an honest and efficient recruitment service, the human way.
You've reached the end! Did you see a design that you ❤️? If you're ready to reach out for professional design/development, head over to our contact page and give us a shout!
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