23 Jul 2010

It’s some more beautiful iWeb sites

18 Comments Web Design

I love doing these posts. Not only do I get the chance at what I enjoy most, looking at web-sites, but I get loads of inspiration too. Judging from the amount of e-mails I get following a ‘beautiful iWeb sites’ post you all love them too.

So here’s another collection of (in my opinion) gorgeous web-sites, built with iWeb.

This time we are starting of with an iWeb blog;

Dusty Rucksack

Synthesis

Principle Legal Services

Nick de Clercq

Beach Cities Furniture

Pluto Media

Ciccia Design Agency

Elise Dee

Moretti & Moretti

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18 Responses to “It’s some more beautiful iWeb sites”

  1. Reply Jim Patterson says:

    I like this… I used to use Dreamweaver and it would take me ages, totally not intuitive. Then I switched to an iMac and discovered iWeb! The pros think if it is this easy it must not be good. HAAAA! Poo on that.

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  3. Reply Carlos Feliciano says:

    Wow these websites look awasome. I need help. I have created my first website and it has already been published. The more I make it better the more I feel things are missing. Please check it out and let me know what I am not seeing. Thank you.

    • Reply Tim Bowden says:

      Carlos,

      If I was being picky I would say lose the splash screen, it does absolutely nothing for the site and be careful on your choice of fonts. I like to review sites in IE (it is still a very popular browser afterall) and your text becomes a mismatch on a few pages. Finally can you do something about the buttons. The text has a background color that is different to the torn paper buttons and it doesn’t look nice.

      But that is me being picky like I said. Its a nice site and will evolve over time I am sure.

      Tim

  4. Reply Thierry says:

    Carlos,
    I checked your site, very clean, very nice.
    Good job
    Thierry

  5. Reply Carlos Feliciano says:

    Thank you Thierry.

  6. Reply Carlos Feliciano says:

    Thanks Tim. I finally did something about the text in the buttons and it finally kept from messing the font up,lol. I check the website everyday at work on IE and make notes on what worked and what did not. I will work on the font and the buttons and let you know how it goes. Thank you very much for the input!

  7. Reply Isaac says:

    Hi!
    It’s just been uploaded a few weeks ago and will probably see more changes in the future, but what do you think about my made in iWeb website?

    http://isaacmedina.com/

  8. Reply smartartist says:

    I’ve gotto say these updates of iweb designs have been an inspiration, thank you! I’ve just done my first ever website for a friends wine bar, it’s live but not publicised yet or google ready. Any input before I put my head on the chopping block would be much appreciated.
    cheers, http://www.ficowinebar.com.au
    adam

  9. Reply Dave says:

    I love the minimal and clean sites here!
    I’ve just finished doing my business website – what is everyone’s opinion of splash screens? I know Tim has said before that they don’t always add to the site. Should I lose mine?

  10. Reply leanora porter says:

    visit: http://www.viditajewelry.com, also made in iweb. yes, it can be limiting, but there are always ways around! i’m a freelance web designer and i yet no reason to leave iweb for a different program. who says easy can’t be sophisticated?

  11. Reply M says:

    Hi,
    I need some help, im using iweb to create my website..how do i get it so i can have thumbnails down one side of the page and when you click on them they enlarge in the same page (like a portfolio) and that i can have my navigation menu on the side rather than the top of the page?

    Kind regards,
    M

  12. Reply dre says:

    This is the first web site I’ve ever built & it still under construction.

    http://www.andreasharlow.com/

    Generally it works ok, but the ‘page transition’ is pretty annoying. There’s a bright white flash when you click from one page to the next. Is there any way I can make this smoother/less jarring to the user?

    Dre

  13. Reply Michael says:

    100% iWeb (no domain at the moment thought – still testing before going live)

  14. Reply Bruno says:

    This was my first website, 10% iweb, is about competition pigeons, i had a lot of work with the photos of pigeons, anyway, i would like to know what you guys think of it.

    I am still working on it but it is already online.

    Please.. tell me what should i change.

  15. Reply Joe says:

    Great Site. I have designed my site on iWeb- works great but I do feel some of the pages load up a little too slowly.

  16. Reply Sassy says:

    Hi all! Some really great looking sites, very inspiring, thank you for posting 🙂

    I have a question if anyone can help me please. I’m very, very new to iWeb. I want to make myself a site, the most important thing I need is a gallery as I am a creative artworker/designer.

    I would like to show some before and afters within this gallery, i.e. A photoshop file that I have a retouched. I’m thinking I can make up jpegs showing the before and after in one file but I guess they’ll be hard to see. So, is it possible to have a page of thumbnails which can be clicked on to enlarge them for easier viewing?

    I’d be really grateful for any help, I am trying to find this out for myself, but nothing seems to fit the bill! Just a way of doing thumbnails which are clickable to enlarge them. Hope this makes sense 🙂

    Thank you, Sassy

  17. Reply David Powers says:

    Hi Tim
    Like dre above comments, I too share this problem of quick white flashes before each page loads. It’s very distracting. On the iweb page menu I imported a 20kb jpg file for the background and browser. I’m sure this is part of the problem but I would not like to give up this custom feature. My photos are about 100kb but I really need the detail and I don’t mind the slow loading nearly as much as the white flashes before the page loads. I thought it was that I had used a blank white “theme” but even with the black theme the white image always flashes first. Is this just unavoidable when you use the image option for the background?

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