While there are many website builders out there, there are a limited few that focus only on creative professionals. Does Pixpa deliver on its promise? This review will explain everything you want to know about it.
Pixpa is an all-in-one website builder for creatives to create their professional portfolio websites, client galleries, blogs and ecommerce stores – all in one place without the need of any coding knowledge.
Pixpa lets you add various types of content items easily, such as a gallery, page, blog, contact form, client spotlight, instagram feed etc. One can also organize these menu items with the help of a folder, dropdown or separator. You can drag and drop to change the order of these menu items as you see fit.
As a product that focuses on portfolio websites, Pixpa packs a punch when it comes to image galleries. Pixpa offers more than 15 layout options that you can apply to any gallery on your website. These galleries can contain images, videos as well as HTML slides. To give a fast loading experience, Pixpa generates upto 7 versions of your images that are delivered based on browser resolution.
Pixpa also enables you to create an ecommerce store and add it to your website to sell physical or digital products easily. You can also choose to add ecommerce galleries to your website for selling images as prints and downloads to anyone, not just your existing clients.
The ability to have multiple blogs in one website is just impressive! Blog posts can be published using the WYSIWYG editor. Videos and Images can be inserted with minimal effort.
To attract customers Pixpa offers a cost effective and pocket-friendly pricing plans with a 15 day free trial and a 30 day money back guarantee once your subscription has been started. If billed annually Pixpa plans start at $6 per month for the ‘Start’ plan. The Client Galleries come bundled with the Website plans, however they can also be purchased as a stand-alone product.
Time to say good bye to Stokksness for another month. Vestrahorn mountain always delvers some beautiful scenes and not to mention the interesting weather.
We were making our way down to the glacier tongue at Svinfallsjökull when I spot the colour in the clouds above Kristinatindur.
Godafoss the Waterfall of the Gods is a fine location for photographers, both Summer and Winter.