10 WordPress Sites That Don’t Look Like WordPress

This site for the Italian Voile Blanche fashion brand features a strong image-grid homepage layout, which itself isn’t an uncommon design amongst WordPress themes. However, this site does it in a way that removes many of the standard WordPress distractions such as sidebars and footer widgets to create a site that you would have no reason to believe was built using this platform.Visit Site
This website for the Canadian digital agency Guerrilla Web uses a WordPress theme that offers something new while still retaining lots of the features that make this platform so great. So while you won’t be surprised to discover that this site does in fact use WordPress, you should be pretty impressed with the design vision required to create it. With a fully responsive layout and menus, the bold use of colours and images helps create a memorable impression that will help ingratiate the agency to potential clients.

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Not WP Protest
Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Westwerk

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

UpperCup

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Protest

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Films de Weil

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Write for Rights

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Healthy Enough

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Ghosthorses

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Voile Blanche

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Guerrilla Web

Sometimes it feels as though the lack of sidebar menus makes it a bit tricky to navigate, but overall the user experience isn’t really negatively effectively by the unconventional design.

Conclusion

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This site has been built to promote and market an innovative reusable coffee cup and the web designers responsible have crafted a custom WordPress theme which perfectly matches the product. Even clicking through to the blog does little to give the impression this is a WordPress site.
This is another great example of a site that pushes the boundaries of what a WordPress theme can look like. Although it’s a fairly traditional website in terms of the type of content displayed, it’s all been done in a way that hardly resembles a typical WordPress website at all.

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