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Making a website on Squarespace is a piece of cake.
To prove it, we recently asked Londonist readers to share their own websites that they've made using Squarespace. Your response was amazing, as was the quality — and diversity — of your websites.
Beautiful black and white photography
London looks stunning in black and white, as is evident in these photos by Justin Cliffe. We love how Squarespace has allowed Justin to tease us with a smorgasbord of this noir-esque street photography — then, when you click through, you get the whole picture. Striking stuff, and intuitive too.
Seamlessy embedded video
Embedded videos can look rather clumsy, but not so on Squarespace websites. Musician Atlanta Mae has embedded a video of one of her gigs at Camden's Dublin Castle — and it looks as good as it sounds. Nice work, Atlanta.
You can almost smell the tomatoes and taste the ham, on this vibrant website created by Brixton street food peeps Ibérico Jack. It's also great how you can click on, and scroll through, the tasty menu, without having to open a clunky pdf. Delicious design, Ibérico Jack!
Interior design meets web design
Diane Hill knows a thing or two about design; she creates unique hand-painted interiors in houses across London. Squarespace has allowed her to combine her superb interior design with some awesome web design. There are deft little touches on the site too — the watermark background is one of Diane's own designs.
Clean, well proportioned design
The City Centre is the place to come to learn all about the Square Mile, and its Squarespace website is the place to come and learn all about The City Centre. This is such a clean, well-spaced out design that's really simple to navigate... ironically quite the opposite of the City of London itself.
A platter of pretty of London
We couldn't have an article like this without featuring some first-rate fawning over London. That's exactly what Rheanne does on her Woman Meets World website, which brings the city to life with this eclectic platter of photos and travel tips.
Fashion and food in photos
Our final choice is another London photographer, Jamie Drew. He uses Squarespace to showcase his eclectic range of case studies, including fashion, food and documentary photos. Looks pretty awesome doesn't it? But we bet it didn't take Jamie long to put this all together.
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