Here at Elegant Marketplace we have sold thousands of products: plugins, child themes and other creatives. From time to time people will privately send me a message with a link to their designs and sometimes I see people sharing what they have launched and asking for feedback and I LOVE this.
It’s always inspirational to see the amazing creative uses for Divi, how child themes and layouts have been customized and how a simple plugin can take a site to another level.
Today, let’s share our work. Our own version of the office water cooler / coffee maker, a virtual show and tell.
I would appreciate if people didn’t bother to comment with things such as, “I don’t like that shade of pink you used in the header,” or “why did you use that font”. Let this be a judgement free zone. If you like something, PLEASE feel free to give that feedback. If you don’t like it and can’t keep it inside of you, send your BFF a private message.
I invite you to share your work with a link below. If you could leave a little note letting us know which child theme / layout / plugins you used to achieve your look, that would be awesome.
Feeling shy? Think of the SEO juice you get from a link and the potential traffic boost to your website 🙂
I will begin. I recently launched a website for a New Media Adviser, Camilla Webster (you may recognize her from the news or have read her book The 7 Pearls of Financial Wisdom). She wanted to have a gallery of images on her website that was “fun” and represented all of her many assets (India Hick’s blog was our inspiration), so I used the Hover Portfolio, Extended Portfolio Modules plugin. For the contact form I used a section from the Divi Cloud plugin. Andrew currently uses the Enterprise theme from Ivan Chi and loves it as it is perfect for his Digital Consultants business in the UK – Somebody’s Hero – knowing Andrew as I do, he will swap that out for the next favorite pretty soon and who can blame him with all the great resources available.
Note: Not all websites are going to throw you out of your chair with shock by their wild creativity because not all clients or products fit under the “I need a wildly creative website” (for more on this watch the interview with Monica Higgins). Do NOT let this stop you from sharing sites for your lawyers, plumbers, authors, yoga teachers and hair salons.