We showed that Rife is a multipurpose theme and it works perfectly for business sites. Rife is a great fit even for kindergarten projects – we proved it in a previous post. This time we will show you how Rife is the perfect WordPress theme for an agency website.
Anytime you create a website you should be aware that there is no second impression on the Internet. An agency website is a special case. It’s not only about the lack of a second impression, it’s about the profitability of your business. A less user-friendly agency website leaves money on the table and that’s a big problem. People associate the site with the quality of the services provided. In simple terms, the better an agency website looks, the more clients it attracts.
We conceived a few outstanding Rife demos for agency websites that deserve your attention. Check each of them and eventually consider replacing your current theme with Rife.
Decode is a good-looking demo revealing that Rife is a theme suitable for agency websites. This demo is pretty standard; it has a classic design and functionality. Yet, Decode is modern and professional – two vital features for any agency website.
The full-image background plays a huge role in convincing people to pay attention to your message. Use it wisely by choosing a proper image or a collection of images to seduce people. Simultaneously, add a big, bold call-to-action button to convert site visitors into leads and customers. We used a cool and common tagline – “Think outside the box”. It’s amongst the first things you notice on the webpage, isn’t it? Replace the tagline with a message representative of your business.
Onelander III falls at the other end of the spectrum – it’s less conventional, but it still has a professional look. This demo shows that Rife fits original projects, too. The same as for Decode, you can use a full image or full-video background. Use it to show aspects from your agency or something related. People love to know the people behind a business – human-to-human contact is preferred to human-to-business.
The simple design lets the viewers focus on the site images and content. In addition, the discrete animations complement the site’s simplicity.
Lander is one of the most complex Rife demos for agency websites. In spite of that, you are welcome to use it even with Rife free. It comes with all the pages needed to create an excellent agency website. Lander has a cool Team page to present the guys and gals behind your agency, an effective Works page for portfolio, and a Clients page for testimonials. Besides these, Lander includes a highly customizable blog, an outstanding pricing page, and a contact form.
The writing effect and the discrete social media buttons are other two items that substantially contribute to an aesthetic website design.
This demo shows that Rife is a good choice for any interior design or real estate agency. It has almost the same number and types of pages as Lander, but its design is minimalist. It makes sense because the site’s purpose is to allow clients to focus on the works exhibited. Ideally, use only short paragraphs and add big, bold buttons. Rife packages a few noteworthy features to style this demo such as:
- hidden sidebar
- 15+ header variations
- footer parallax effect
- multiple types of portfolio layout
- dedicated media manager.
Splash is for agencies and businesses who want to stay apart from their competitors. It’s a demo that looks fresh and professional at the same time. The homepage is minimalist and the animations capture the attention of the viewers. The icons from the menu are quite an original implementation. The portfolio is highly customizable – you have full freedom to create galleries and albums even if you have no coding skills. Usually, agency websites don’t include an online shop, but Splash is an exception. Rife is WooCommerce compatible and you can sell both physical and digital products.
Rebro is the most complex demo and it reveals the full potential of Rife. The homepage and footer are in dark mode while the rest of the web pages have bright backgrounds. You have endless options to personalize the works exhibited. Add simple images to the past projects or create a complete description for each one. Consider creating a slideshow to display your projects – it adds dynamism and allows displaying multiple projects simultaneously. Rife comes with multiple types of slideshows and Rebro shows how to use them effectively. The shop is simple and fits a small inventory store. Don’t forget to style the wish list and the checkout – in e-commerce every detail matters!
Brownie works for both solopreneurs and small agencies. The black and white format, the minimalist design, and the big typography make this demo distinguishable. It convinces the viewers that the team behind the website works to provide quality and not quantity. The portfolio is minimalist, too. You are free to customize it, but the minimalist approach works the best for this site. Customize the blog to ensure the best reading experience for everyone checking the posts.
Onelander is simple and easy to customize. The visuals play an important role, so this demo fits design agencies, but also photographers or solopreneurs. The big, bold titles help users easily identify where they are within the site and overall, contribute to a good user experience. The discrete animations bring the sparkle of dynamism needed for each website.
We put a lot of thought into this demo. We believe that a website for a design agency should be as simple as possible. Big images, bold typography, strong call to action buttons, just a few phrases to describe the services offered, and the team members. The previous works should speak about the service’s quality. Therefore, webmasters should have endless options to customize the portfolio. All these are core values for Rife and Frame is a living example in this respect.
Content marketing is a huge helper in the quest for design agencies to attract clients. Fortunately, Frame includes a blog section. Style the blog post to match your core values, pump up quality content, and clearly, the customers will ask for your services.
Unicorn is a demo you can use with Rife free. It suits design agencies, business or SaaS sites. Unicorn remarks itself with the modern and joyful design. The demo focuses on showcasing the agency members and the services provided. When possible, use the big, bold icons – it successfully replaces text and keeps users engaged. The demo has all the web pages needed for a design agency and customizing them is pretty simple.
Over to You
As you can see, Rife is genuinely multipurpose and has a large set of features. Are you interested in using it for your next projects? Have you ever used it for your websites? Let us know your experiences and expectations. We are eagerly waiting for your comments.