You’ve created a great product. Now, you’re ready to get investors on board and to get that product out to the masses. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a great website, your startup is sunk before you even get it off of the ground. That’s a tough task in any case, but if you are operating on a strict budget, it can be even more difficult. The good news is that all is not lost. The following web design tools are perfect for low-budget startups.
Pro contains a repository of more than 200 thousand icons. Better yet, they are free for the taking. It doesn’t matter if you prefer flat, skeuomorphic, or something in between. You can find exactly what you are looking for here.
2. Google Fonts
. Thankfully, Google has provided a variety of free fonts that can be embedded into your web page. This include:
- Sans Serifs
3. CoffeeCup HTML Editor
. This suite of tools gives you all you need to create a mobile friendly website, and you don’t need to write a single line of code to get things off of the ground. You can use the tool to create:
- Landing pages
- Image galleries
- Contact forms
- Video backgrounds
- Social share buttons
- Image sliders
- Integration with Google maps
to beautify your social media pages. Have you thought about creating an online brochure to really highlight your products and services? You can also do that with .
11. Themify Flow
Themify flow is a custom theme builder that has been developed for WordPress users. You can use this free utility to create the perfect theme for your brand. You’ll have the ability to select your font family, add update headers and other parts of each web page by selecting various elements, then dragging and dropping them into place. Once you have created your theme, you can export it to any existing WordPress sites.
Prezi is online presentation software that you can use to create compelling stories to share on your website. Even better, Prezi for business is made for collaboration, and includes features that allow you to interact with your audience as you show your presentation. This is perfect for sales and investment pitches.
Unless you’ve got a great website, your startup won’t go far. Fortunately, these twelve tools provide you with everything you need to get started at little to no cost.
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