Design Aglow ProPhoto Sites in Action

Design Aglow ProPhoto Sites in Action

If you haven't seen the Design Aglow ProPhoto blogsites, you're missing out. Join the hundreds of photographers who have already discovered how time-saving and helpful our all-inclusive suites are. Because we’ve already done the design work, you save on the cost of a graphic designer. See how others have customized our site designs to work for their needs below (and click on the images/links to see their live sites!) Modern Minimalist™ ProPhoto Site: Sleek and cleanly composed, Design Aglow’s Modern Minimalist theme projects a confident first impression. Modern Minimalist’s typography and layout are designed to be simple yet highly sophisticated, providing a refined frame for your photography. The theme’s design uses your own imagery to personalize the site, through easy-to-navigate home page category buttons and gallery grid titles. A bespoke graphic on the contact form displays your business information. Modern Minimalist is also mobile friendly, looking just as polished on an iPad or smartphone as on a desktop. 

Click here to see the original Modern Minimalist™ ProPhoto Design and grab yours now! *Coordinates with the Modern Minimalist™ Collection

Best Photography // Click here to see the live site

Sarah Modene Photography // Click here to see the live site

 

Amy Drucker Photography // Click here to see the live site

The Loft Design (Click here to see the original Loft ProPhoto Site): The Loft is the strong, silent type, making your images seem as if they’re displayed on the walls of your favorite warehouse gallery space. The Loft’s muted colors and clean lines mean that any style of photography can find a home here. New features include a sophisticated scrolling menu (this feature can be turned off by following the tutorial included with download) ; custom social media icons, Pinterest rollover button, and category buttons; and a pop-up menu in the gallery buttons. To finish the design, a helpful footer displays critical information, including a welcome message, featured images grid, and location & contact info. *Coordinates with the Loft Marketing Suite

 

Arrae Photography // Click here to see the live site

 

Judith Doubell Photography // Click here to see the live site

Fresh Linen Design (Click here to see the original Fresh Linen ProPhoto Site): Evoking a clean, crisp vibe and the subtle texture of a modern linen, Design Aglow’s newest blog theme softens a minimal design with elements pulled from our bestselling Newborn Welcome Kit. Swap the white background for an included floral option (that coordinates perfectly with the Welcome Kit) for a completely branded experience. A custom-designed sidebar and contact image that displays your business information give this site a bespoke look, without the expense of hiring a designer. Use as a chic modern turnkey website, or customize to your heart’s content with the included PSD files for all design elements. *Coordinates with the Newborn Welcome Packet and the Fresh Linen Marketing Suite (coming soon!)

Jenny Mason Photography // Click here to see the live site

Andrea Ryerson Photography // Click here to see the live site

Robin Long Photography // Click here to view the live site




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