When deciding which CMS is right for your website one of the questions that commonly comes up is, what are the best websites using WordPress?
The best websites using WordPress
Everybody wants what everybody wants, and nobody wants what nobody wants.
You want to make sure that your website CMS is being used by other successful websites, which is understandable.
So we’ve taken the time to compile a little list. Of the biggest names using WordPress and some of the best websites using WordPress.
The Walt Disney Company
If WordPress is good enough for Mickey and the gang it’s good enough for us.
The global media giant is using WordPress currently to show off their Avengers team with a slick, stylish WordPress powered website.
Disney’s website is the perfect mix of stylish and corporate that you would expect from Disney.
Big, bright imagery splashed across the screen in cool, creative layouts, mixed with a clean aesthetic.
When she’s not signing incredibly uplifting pop songs about Fireworks, she’s sitting on a beach somewhere updating her fashionable WordPress website. Just kidding, she probably has a team of people for that, but still.
Katy Perry’s website is cool, minimal and stylish.
Katy has a stylish brochure website that she uses to showcase upcoming tour dates, connect with her fans and keep her followers up to date on her life with videos, news and photos.
The New Yorker
WordPress powers a lot of the largest media publications in the world.
The New Yorker is no exception, and easily makes our list of the best websites using WordPress.
Using a super minimal design the New Yorker looks slick and functions well, even boasting a built in payment subscription system. We’d say this is one of the best websites using WordPress.
Another super stylish online publication, Vogue needs no introduction.
Vogue India have used WordPress to power their Indian publication, opting for the ever stylish ultra minimal approach with a stripped down design and a nice mix of clean serif and sans serif typefaces.
Candy Kittens is a super stylish online gourmet candy store by Jaime Lang of Made in Chelsea.
Using WordPress and Woocommerce for a simple, effective and easy to use online store experience, Candy Kittens have hit it out of the park.
Even Microsoft can’t stay away from WordPress, using it to power their news websites.
Microsoft’s news website is simple, effective and easy to use.
Kokoon sell the world’s first sleep sensing headphones.
Having already raised 2 million and pre sold 100,000 units on Kickstarter, Kokoon are set to take the headphone market by storm.
Their website is stylish, clean and visually focused making great use of high quality imagery to sell their product online.
Kokoon also uses Woocommerce to power it’s online store.
Litmos Heroes are a super cool fast growing e-learning company who are saving the world from ‘boring e-learning’.
Their website is cool, creative and colourful and allows them to educate customers about their brand as well as drive trial signups and new customers.
Pip and Nut
Pip and Nut were the Startups Women In Business Award Winner in 2016 and according to Startups.co.uk:
“Now available in more than 2,500 stores across the UK including Sainsbury’s, Holland & Barrett and Fortnum and Mason’s, Pip & Nut is now thought to be the fastest growing nut butter brand in the country, with growth of 500% since 2015.”
The Primal Pantry
This is one of the best websites using WordPress we’ve seen this year.
The Primal Pantry is a clean eating startup who were runners up for export business of the year in 2014.
“Today, the range has expanded to five flavours and three high protein bars, selling through Ocado, Waitrose, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Holland & Barrett, Planet Organic, and Wholefoods in the UK and through international distributors to 28 countries worldwide.”
What do you think of our list of the best websites using WordPress?
Are there any cool WordPress websites you’d like to see added? Or particular examples of what can WordPress can do you’d like to see covered? Let us know!