10 stunning WordPress website examples you need to see

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Did you know that 40% of the web is built on WordPress? Clients range from big brands to niche designers. The breadth of usage for WordPress will surprise you 😲 .

WordPress is renowned for its simplicity. No code or manuals are required to create any kind of website. There is a raft of themed templates to get you going, as well as a range of pricing plans.

We have curated a selection of stunning websites that use WordPress across a range of industries and locations.

1. Sony Music

Sony Music‘s official website is fashionable, modern, and very functional with a top slider showcasing the leading artists on the current music charts, the top news of the music world, and links to the music of the featured artists.

Theme: custom theme

2. Katy Perry

Katy Perry‘s website showcases the unique style of the pop star. It has a library of her music, an online shop featuring her products, and provides information on upcoming tours and top news. It is easily scrollable and user-friendly.

Theme: custom theme

3. Houston Zoo

Houston Zoo’s website is simple and informative. It features a custom logo, business hours, ticket sales, and a navigation menu for entry to the zoo. The homepage content area showcases a beautiful image slider with a click to load more button at the bottom.

Theme: custom theme

4. Angry Birds

Angry Birds‘ official website features a simple design utilizing the game’s fun visual graphics as the main backdrop of every page. This works really well in maintaining the same spirit and consistency as the game itself. It features games, images, and videos as well as an online shop.

Theme: custom theme

5. TechCrunch

The TechCrunch site focuses on speed and impeccable performance, rather than style. To emphasize the serious nature of the website the style of the site is minimalistic, well-organized, and readable.

Theme: custom theme

6. 99% Invisible

99% Invisible is one of the most popular podcasts about design. Their website features a beautiful design built for podcasting with easy navigation and quick access to their latest episodes. It has a podcast player integrated into the site’s design.

Theme: custom theme

7. Protest

Protest is a sportswear manufacturer from the Netherlands. It features highly engaging, beautiful product images for the homepage and individual product categories. It has an easy-to-navigate online store.

Theme: custom theme

8. The Walt Disney Company

The Walt Disney Company‘s site has all the latest news about your favorite characters and new ones for the next generation to love. There is also a raft of corporate information from investor information, corporate responsibilities, and careers.

Theme: custom theme

9. Nove

Nove is an advisory agency that helps businesses interact with European institutions. Their website features a unique design with a full-screen video background, transparent menus, and custom page templates for different sections.

Theme: custom theme

10. The Cool Club

The Cool Club is an invention by a bunch of creative minds from the Netherlands. The site design is modern and minimalistic, with clean, organized formatting. The online store, which sells beautifully designed card games and wall art, is easy to peruse and they have added badges to build trust.

Theme: custom theme

Building your own amazing website with WordPress

All websites featured in the list use unique custom designs using various technologies. However, one thing common among all of them is that they use WordPress as their design tool.

If you’re just starting out, it is simple to use an existing WordPress theme. There are thousands of beautiful free WordPress themes that you can install.

We hope this article helped you find some excellent WordPress website examples to get inspired and motivated.

If you are creating a website from scratch, we have devised a list of 5 seamless steps to follow. Helping you with creating beautiful sites, as well as aiding with seamless collaboration for you and your design team 💚.

This article was updated on 25 May 2021.