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The Best Portfolio Website Builders For Designers

by UKDC Editorial Team

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Portfolio, Website

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Internet presence is crucial for any designer these days and no one can afford not to present their artworks in its best possible way to the world. If you are a designer and not very good at web development, It’s suggested to use one of the available website generators in the market to create your own portfolio website.

A website is not just about nice or engaging design, your website needs to have a correct SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) if you want to be seen on the internet and come up properly on google or other search engines. If you don't know how to do this correctly, it's important to either ask a developer who is familiar with SEO friendly coding to program your portfolio website or simply just use one of the famous website builders in the market to make sure your website will come up on search engines when people search for it.

In this article we are going to compare the best portfolio website builders for designers.

1. Wix

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wix.com is one of the most popular website builders for designers hosting more than 100 million websites around the world. They offer a wide range of templates for different types of websites. Wix heavily invested on its user friendliness to make the platform easy to use by anyone who is looking to create a website.

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2. Squarespace

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Squarespace is another popular website builder for designers known for its lots of nice templates and very simple of use

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3. Weebly

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Weebly is one of the most affordable portfolio website builders for designers. The platform is very easy to use and includes over seventy customisable templates. The free plan is excellent and includes ecommerce features.

Weebly hosts over 40 million websites around the world. They have two editors, Weebly editor and Square editor which has been added to their system after being acquired by Square in 2018. The new Square editor is suggested for more complicated websites requiring ecommerce.

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