Create your own website for free! You can create an amazing website with Webnode in just minutes. Join our 27 million users and build one yourself. Webnode can be an amazingly simple website constructor. Launched in 2008, it has already helped over 27 million users create their own websites. It doesn’t matter if you need a professional website for your company, a lovely portfolio or a user-friendly shop, you have the right tool to build the website how you want just.
The Webnode system originated by the Czech company Westcom and launched in 2008. Before that, the company’s creator used to develop apps for corporate clients. 2 yrs after the start of the ongoing service began to be localized; it is available in more than two dozen languages now, which speaks of how huge the task’s activity is only. The official website is user-friendly but mundane quite. The service is put as free, though it’s only partially true as you won’t have the ability to do much if you don’t upgrade to reduced account.
The developers assure us that anyone can create a beautiful and feature-rich website in minutes. We are not used to believing on the say-so. Let’s explore the system to check out possible pitfalls. From March 2016 Webnode offers two versions of its site editor: version 2.0 to produce and edit personal and business websites, and version 1.0 – for online stores. The first version of the editor looks very out-of-date.
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For our test we decided to put up a business website to be able to get access to as many new features as you can. Webnode provides more than 200 themes to choose from, although the exact number depends upon the chosen website type. Even the best designs are rather average in quality, and the others are less attractive. All personal and business layouts we’ve tested are reactive.
Some of the designs look attractive and inspiring, and correspond with modern design tendencies. They are nice pretty but create any wow impact either don’t. Nearly all eCommerce designs look uninspired and generic, and are far from modern design tendencies. They aren’t ugly, but don’t create any wow effect either. It feels as though the programmers ended applying new techniques back 2008. Lots of the presented examples are actually different variations of 1 and the same template – same structure and form, just different images and color schemes. Choosing a design became simpler.
Design thumbnails are small but thanks to the full-screen preview you can pick the thing you need before the website is being created. For the minus side, you are unable to change the look anytime and that means you have to choose a template of you future project with care. The design customization options aren’t so intuitive as it desires.