Posts in Squarespace
Photographer Squarespace Design Featuring: Tiffany Gentry
Squarespace Website Examples for Photographers
5 Tips for Blogging on Squarespace

This series is great for photographers & creatives looking to get the most out of their Squarespace website design. If you don’t currently have a blog, read over our tips to help you get started blogging on Squarespace.

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Squarespace Websites in Action: Kathleen Marie Ward Photography

Last week, we launched our newest website template, Marfa. As always, I poured a ton of time into the design but wasn’t 100% confident that other creatives would respond to the desert-themed site + paintbrush graphics, as they’re a little out of the norm from the ultra minimal style you often see from us.

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Meet Marfa: Squarespace Website Templates

Have a seat, & pop the bubbly, because our newest Squarespace website template is LIVE! We’re so excited to introduce you to our newest addition, Marfa.

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Squarespace Website Tips for Photographers & Creatives

If you DIY-ed your first set of branding materials or are interested in stepping up your website game, we’ve got your back! As someone who had to learn all of this the hard way, the best thing you can do is invest in your business & invest in yourself!

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See How Grace & Style Used Our Aspen Squarespace Template

One of the things we love most about designing websites for creatives is seeing how photographers, wedding planners, and other small businesses take a template & truly make it their own. It’s like having a baby and seeing your child grow into a beautiful little being outside the womb.

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How to Decide Between Squarespace and Showit

One of the first things you need as a small business owner is a website. From purchasing a domain name to deciding on the best website platform, there are a lot of factors that go into setting up a site. We want to make this process a little less overwhelming for you by sharing our thoughts on two popular website platforms: Squarespace & Showit.

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Squarespace Templates for Photographers: Whit Meza's New Website Design

We love how Whitney Meza used our Elm website template for her wedding & portrait photography business. Between Squarespace’s easy-to-use content builder and our fully customizable templates that are styled to look & function in a way that hasn’t been seen elsewhere, it’s a website match made in heaven.

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Meet Elm: Squarespace Website Templates for Creatives

If your website isn’t serving you and your clients well, this should be a #1 priority for 2019. I’m not just saying this because we design websites (although we DO have new sites in the shop, wink, wink…).

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Squarespace Website Design Examples: Lauren F. Photography

Lauren Fontenot is a Texas-born photographer who is currently creating a beautiful life with her husband, two boys, and golden retriever in Southwest Louisiana. When she's not shooting weddings, Lauren loves spending time watching Bravo and HGTV, where she finds inspiration for decorating her adorable white farmhouse. See how Lauren customized our Aspen website template with her own beautiful style + images.

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Squarespace Website Design: Amy Anahory Photography

It is always exciting to see how photographers are able to transform a template entirely and create something truly unique to their brand. What started off as a light and airy website template for boudoir photographers is a site geared for family sessions that is full of color and laughter.

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Squarespace Design Kits in Action: McKenzie Smith Photography

Our Eucalyptus Squarespace Design was the perfect fit for McKenzie's work & aesthetic. We were so pumped to see how her site turned out! With an attention for detail and a natural talent that's hard to miss, McKenzie's work has taken her all around the globe to shoot weddings, bridals, and engagement sessions.

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5 Reasons to Switch to Squarespace

With the launch of our newest Squarespace templates, we've received quite a few questions asking if we are planning on designing for other platforms. Currently, the answer is NO, and here are a few reasons why we are choosing to design exclusively for Squarespace:

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Squarespace Designs in Action: Meet Candace Hires Photography

"I freaking LOVE it.  The video tutorials y'all took the time to do were amazing!!!  I've had Squarespace for 2 years now and seriously had no idea just what could be done within the templates.  Mind blown."

- Candace Hires Photography

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