Ever wonder how we do a WordPress Website design on a website from scratch? Follow along as we take the Divi theme for WordPress and build out an entire, complete website for an actual client. We show you the entire process from start to finish, uncut.

Complete WordPress Website Design

The Planning

WordPress Website DesignSo a client approached us to design their website. The catch? We have to do it from scratch. The client just gave us a document and went from there.

So we have a design in mind for the site and with the approval of the client, we can implement this design to the website.

This is the first site I’ve ever built using the Divi theme. In fact, I have only ever worked on a couple Divi sites, and only briefly, so this was all new to me. In addition to Divi, we also utilized the child theme Ally from Divi Lover. This is a premium, multi-use Divi template that looks great, is super flexible and was awesome to work with.

The Process

As we said before, we were given a document and went from there. Luckily, Divi offers some pre-installed designs that we can use and tweak to our liking and the preference of the client.

So we installed WordPress on the domain and then uploaded Divi and Ally Child Theme. And from there, we tweaked the design.

You’ll have to watch the video to see the amazing site we developed in under 2 hours. Links to resources used are below.

Divi Theme: https://www.elegantthemes.com

Ally Child Theme: https://divilover.com/product/ally-multipurpose-divi-child-theme/

Stock Photos: https://www.pexels.com 





And that is how we did complete web design of a website. Its pretty easy once you get to understand how it works. With that design, another client was satisfied.

And that is it!

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