Nobody wants to reinvent the wheel when building websites for common industries like news, food-and-beverage, and dental services — not even designers.
The good news? With these six new Webflow CMS templates, you’ve got several new, beautiful foundations on which to build and launch a variety of common website types — and making each your own won’t require rewriting a single line of code.
Speaking of good news: Until December 2 (this Friday), all Webflow templates are 60% off! Just use the code CYBERHYPER when you check out.
Oh—and if you tried that code earlier and ran into any troubles, it should work fine now. Sorry about that!
Fonts used: Dosis Bold and Arvo Light
Designer: Pablo Ramos
Press features a classic, newspaper-style grid to expose readers to tons of reading options, a design approach that’s proven to increase engagement. There’s even a second variant layout built in!
A stylish mega-menu design for post categories dims the site in the background, so readers can focus on their options within a topic area.
And the sleek author page design helps readers find the latest from their favorite writers.
Fonts used: Open Sans Condensed Bold and Lato Regular
Designer: Pablo Ramos
Faith features a long, scrolling homepage designed to provide a comprehensive overview of any church or other group’s offerings and dynamic content, including blog posts, “messages,” photos, and events.
One great detail is the sticky module on the left of the screen, which gives you quick access to the latest messages, contact details, and a contact form. It’s a really nice touch that ensures that key content is never more than a single click away.
One of my favorites elements of Faith has to be its “messages” page template, which allows for long-form content souped up with useful metadata like series (to help readers find thematically linked messages) and download links for audio and video (which you’ll need to host in Dropbox or Drive to share, for now).
Another great element is this lovely grid-based photo gallery, which visitors can peruse in generously sized “thumbnails” or in a fullscreen lightbox.
Fonts used: Poppins Light, Medium and Regular and Playfair Display Light and Regular
Designer: Deni Bozo
I’ve never built a website for a dentist — though I have written a few — but I have to imagine it can be kind of a stumper to design for. Which makes Dental a fantastic resource for your next client in the world of dentistry.
It’s got a minimal design with a classic medical color scheme, but does a great job of making the actions a visitor to a dentist’s website wants to take super-simple. The top of an appointment scheduling form peeks just above the “fold” on load, phone numbers are set up for click-to-call functionality, and detail pages on various services help provide must-know info.
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Fonts used: Montserrat and Lato
Designer: Rowan Hartsuiker
Maybe it’s just me, but I can’t get enough of this card-like blog post page with the massively blown-up and blurred-out hero image repeated in the background.
The popup contact form adds another layer to the design, and offers a nice way to incorporate a newsletter sign up or submission form without taking people away from what they’re reading.
Fonts used: Montserrat
Designer: Pablo Ramos
Evento gives you everything you need to build and launch a conference website without writing a single line of code. And it comes complete with all the bells, whistles, and dynamic content Collections you need, including speakers, workshops, and a nicely designed tab-based schedule.
I’m a big fan of how the design gives you immediate access to need-to-know info like who’s speaking, when the conference is happening, and a way to register — all “above the fold.” But the template’s full of fine details like that, including a sidebar for workshop posts that lists when the workshop happens, who it’s for, and what you’ll learn. Everything you need to make a decision on attending!
Fonts used: Playball Regular, Poppins Medium, Playfair Display Regular and Medium
Designer: Albor Bozo
Having a beautiful, easy-to-use website is key for any restaurant — and all too often, it seems like restaurateurs’ last priority when it comes to building a business.
Thankfully, Albor Bozo designed Risoto to help eatery owners overcome all the classic usability problems we’ve come to associate with restaurant websites. Instead of PDF menus, Risoto offers you 3 different HTML/CSS-based menu design options so users don’t have to download a thing to see what’s cooking. And with Webflow CMS, it’s super-easy to update the menu anytime, so even daily menu changes are a breeze.
“Book a table” serves as the main CTA on the home page, and there’s a floating click-to-call button on every page!
If you’re looking to launch a restaurant website soon, Risoto will get you cooking.
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