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Are Be Theme’s Pre-Built Websites a Trend This Year?

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Website design trends come and go; although some have demonstrated significant staying power. Just when you begin to think that every possible design trend has already been invented, a new one pops up.

A trend you’re apt to hear about in 2017 has actually been with us for some time. This trend differs from others in its approach to web design. It takes everything into account, including pre-design activity, design workflow, UX and website performance and traffic. This new trend, created by a multipurpose, responsive WordPress theme with its 230+ pre-built websites, makes life easier for everyone involved in web design.

How These Pre-Built Websites Can Help You

  • UX features are embedded in them. This can save you tons of time.
  • Putting together a working prototype to share with a client is quick and easy. You can also use pre-built websites to show a client different design options.

Customize this pre-built website to present your client with a design option, a working prototype, or a final deliverable.

  • These pre-built websites require no coding, nor does the WP theme itself.
  • This trend has a unique feature associated with it – reliable support.

15 Pre-Built Website Examples

This 1 minute, 45 second video demonstrates the ease in which pre-built websites can be installed and edited:

App 2 is the ideal tool for designing a mobile web application. It could in fact, be used to build numerous onepage websites. App2 illustrates the effectiveness of minimalist design.

Be Barber 2 This presentation for a barber shop has a vintage, urban look; and, although it coveys it subtly, its message is loud and clear. This business cares about its clientele.

Be B&W is destined to a professional photographer or photography studio. Note the use of the card-like design, and how well black and white and color play together.

Be Developer2 is destined to a real estate development business. The large header image is ideal for a business of this type, and sections are available for content describing the business.

Be Digital: This is a prime example of how the pre-built website designers carefully analyze a client’s needs; in this case the intended client is a digital agency.

Be Ebook could be the basis for a page describing your own e-book; or, with its easy to work with elements, as a landing page for a client wishing to showcase a product.

Be Herbal This pre-built website is destined to an herbal shop. With a touch of imagination, and a few changes, it could just as easily be for a similar small business.

Be Logistics illustrates a pleasant use of flat design and carefully chosen icons and graphics elements. This pre-built website, destined to a logistics business, conveys a friendly, lighthearted message.

Be Minimal conveys a relaxed atmosphere and a touch of elegance with the minimal graphics. It is destined to a creative agency, for which it should be a perfect fit.

Be Music. This hip-looking pre-built website is dedicated to a young audience. The graphics are nicely done, and the color choice is appealing. You can almost hear the music and shouting.

Be Print. Notice the smart structure and bold choice of colors in this print shop pre-built website. The effect is much fresher, and more dynamic, than you would expect from a print shop.

Be Snapshot with its cool looks and subtle hover effects has an inspiring, fine-tuned look that photographers, the intended audience of this pre-built website, will definitely appreciate.

Be Surveyor. This pre-built website takes on a straightforward homepage approach, where the use of strong colors and a hero image, in combination with the text, speaks volumes about this surveying business.

Be Tiles. A pre-built website destined for a tile or natural stone shop offers inspiration through the visual take on luxury products and hip-looking geometric lines and shapes.

Be Training is destined for a personal trainer, a training company, a coach, a training author, or a circuit lecturer. Sections are dedicated to courses, training tips, and events.

Additional Reasons Why Pre-Built Websites Could Become a Trend in 2017

Be Theme is loaded with great web-building features:

  • You can start with a pre-built website, or start from scratch. Either way, the Muffin Builder and Editor, working in combination with the Muffin Options panel, will speed you on your way.
  • Be’s Layouts Configurator, along with its grid and header options, will get you off to a quick start should you elect to start a page from scratch.
  • Be is WooCommerce ready, SEO ready, and WordPress Multilingual ready as well.
  • 200+ page building items and shortcodes ensure you’ll never have to contribute a single line of code. You get unlimited colors, and plenty of grid, header, and layout options.
  • Revolution Slider is included. Visual Composer is included as an alternate page builder. Plus there are special effects like parallax, background video, hover effects, and animations.

People absolutely love Be Theme:

This is probably my favorite theme, very easy to install demo content, support is great, and the ease of everything in general is excellent.” – csmithFCEdge

Great product. Exactly as described. The possibilities are endless. Amazing responsive design!” – Stanzack

Just purchased this one beautiful WordPress theme. Absolutely love it! Super flexible, mobile friendly and fast” – dlie89

One of the best themes in the world! Thank you very much for your good work and precious support!” whoalex

All this adds up to a highly flexible multi-purpose WordPress theme. Be is supported by outstanding documentation. And an even more outstanding and fast on their feet tech support team that at this very moment are waiting to help customers.

This would be a great time to give this WordPress theme a try. And take part in what could be a cool 2017 design trend. While you learn the many great things you can do with Be Theme’s 230+ pre-built websites.

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