In this post we’ll be featuring ten Divi websites submitted by community members. We get a great many website submissions but these ten have distinguished themselves and so I am very happy to share them with the whole community through our blog. I’ve put a short note under each one to draw attention the feature or features that most caught my eye. Enjoy the inspiration!

10 Community Divi Web Design Submissions

1. Live Your Best Life Now

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This website was submitted by Brad Welnman. I wanted to feature this Divi website because I really liked the combination of the centered logo, primary menu, and hero image. It does a great job at “selling” the site’s purpose in the first moment.

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2. The Happy Green Teacup

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This website was submitted by Cristy Mayes. I included it in this roundup because it’s a great example of how powerful a good logo, paired with good photography, and a fullscreen header can be.

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3. Indian Student Abroad

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This website was submitted by David Collins. I really liked how well he organized all of the items in his menus. It’s very neat and well laid out.

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4. North American Lighting

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This website was submitted by Larret Wright. I included it in this showcase because it’s a great use of the fullscreen header; showcasing the services they provide.

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5. Sensiweb

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This website was submitted by Jessica Falco. I chose to showcase this website because not only do I like the basic construction of the website but the subtle variations on the color pallet throughout.

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6. Dulaman Show

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This website was submitted by Kyra Pieterse. I really like the use of layered elements, images, and parallax. It’s got a great Las Vegas style to it.

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7. Cuaderno Web

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This website was submitted by Elisa Lara Campos. I included this website into today’s showcase because it’s not often you see a site with so many custom illustrations making up the design. I’m a huge fan of the entire “hand drawn” look and how appropriate it is for the subject.

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8. Molecular Magic

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This website was submitted by Matt Oliver. This website has been included because it’s a neat and elegantly executed website with clean typography, lovely photography, and the little used full screen menu option.

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9. Birdie Media

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This website was submitted by Jon DuVall. This website was included in this showcase today because it’s not often we get to see Divi sites use the vertical navigation, let alone well! This website is a great example for others to follow in that area.

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10. Vi Dimensions

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This website was submitted by Arthur Lim. I’ve included it into today’s showcase because, well, it’s just a gorgeous website. I’d have trouble finding a detail I didn’t like so I’ll just recommend that you go visit it and enjoy the whole thing!

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In Closing

Well that’s all for this roundup of Divi Design Submissions. I still have a lot more to look over for future posts. If you’d like your own design considered please feel free to email it to me at nathan at elegant themes dot come. Be sure to make the subject of the email “DIVI SITE SUBMISSION”.

We’d also like to hear from you in the comments! Tell us what you like about these websites and if there is anything they’ve done you want us to teach on the blog.

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