Elementor has given me the design freedom to be able to achieve how I want a website to function and still looks good. The best part is the ability to design for mobile is almost effortless.
Here are 7 of my professional opinions why I chose Elementor (over all others):
- Intuitive tools
- Easy to drag-and-drop tools
- WYSIWYG: What You See Is What You Get
- Designing for mobile view is surprisingly simple
- Available templates are not rigid to adapt to own colours or design
- Page design can be saved as a template
- Templates make creating a whole website (or many pages) fast
I’ve been building websites since the early days of the internet. In 1998, during my first year of polytechnic, I sat through basic HTML coding class. It got me excited to see what I could build with simple HTML coding.
My first paid job, pre PlayPause, was turning a physical map of wafer fab factories around a country into a clickable webpage.
Over the years, I picked up WordPress. I’ve seen how it has grown magnificent yet making it accessible for me as a web designer. As I got more clients, I kept trying to find the best solution to keep making websites in a shorter time frame without compromising on the design and experience.
I’ve been using Elementor, a page builder, on top of the WordPress platform. It has made my life so much easier especially when I need to create responsive websites; websites that work on both computer/laptop and mobile browsers. In these days where everyone has a mobile phone, creating a website that doesn’t look good on mobile view is quite redundant.
I hope the above helps!