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If you’re here, you might be looking for inspiration for your future website, or maybe you’re simply curious to see examples of bespoke web designs.

Either way, you’ve come to the right place. Below, we’ve curated 5 examples of bespoke web designs that show what’s possible for your business with the right web designer in your corner.

Jump ahead: For bespoke web design examples, jump to this section: 5 Best Bespoke Web Design Examples.

If you’d like more information about bespoke web design vs. custom web design and their similarities and differences, keep reading.

Also, here’s a nice summary video from Six Two that defines bespoke web design in easy-to-understand terms:

What Is Bespoke Web Design?

So, like many people, you might be scratching your head, asking, “What is bespoke web design?”

Answer: It depends on who you ask. When most web designers use the term bespoke web design, they are referring to the fancy cousin of custom web design. Some, however, use the terms interchangeably, which can cause confusion.

Before signing a project contract with a web designer, be sure to clarify what they mean by “bespoke.” Specifically, ask them to detail the extent of customization and originality involved, compared to simply tweaking existing templates or themes.

Let’s dive into the different uses of these terms to shed further light on the matter.

Bespoke Web Design vs. Custom Web Design

1: As mentioned, some people use these terms interchangeably. To them, this means that custom web design and bespoke web design are identical, and they both entail designing a website from scratch. When some web designers say custom design, what they really mean is bespoke design, so it’s a smart idea to clarify the difference and the project scope before starting!

2: Some people use custom web design and bespoke web design to refer to modifying existing templates or frameworks to better suit the client’s preferences. This is different from building a website from the ground up.

3: Finally, some web designers use custom and bespoke web design to mean different things. In this respect, a custom web design modifies existing templates or frameworks to better suit your preferences within the confines of a pre-defined structure, while a bespoke web design tailors every aspect of your website, from the ground up, to your specific business needs.

The one thing web designers can agree on is that the goal of both bespoke web design and custom web design is to create a website that offers custom functionality and features that you won’t find through a one-size-fits-all, off-the-shelf website solution.

Summary: The distinction between bespoke and custom web design is nuanced and varies depending on the designer or agency you’re working with.

We hope this helps provide a nuanced answer to the questions, “What is bespoke web design?” and “Why do people say bespoke instead of custom in web design?” Our goal is to clear up confusion about these two commonly used web design terms.

Is bespoke web design more expensive than custom web design?

It depends on the web designer and what they mean by bespoke!

How much does a bespoke website cost?

The cost of a bespoke website can range from a few thousand dollars for a simple, custom design to over $100,000 for a large, complex design with numerous custom features and integrations.

Small to medium business websites typically range from $5,000 to $25,000, while sites for large corporations can go much higher.

5 Best Bespoke Web Design Examples

1. Oktra

Why it works: The Oktra website has a clean and modern design with well-balanced elements. As a bespoke website, this is one worth exploring if you want ideas on how to add strong, professional branding to your site.

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2. Tecnam

Why it works: Tecnam’s website has a highly polished feel to it, from the front-and-center logo and about video on the home page to the seamless vertical scrolling on the Find Your Aircraft page. This bespoke website is loaded with high-quality images, custom animations, and absolutely gorgeous fonts.

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3. Miracle Noodle

Why it works: The Miracle Noodle website is one of our company-designed bespoke websites. It utilizes a simple centralized logo and generous white space in addition to easy search, shopping cart, and chat integrations.

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4. Frankie Moreno

Why it works: This is the second bespoke website (on this list) that we designed. It features a strong balance of elements and employs a color scheme that is at once dark and flashy. The overall design maintains a touch of minimalism, for example, with the navigation, which was designed with ease of use in mind.

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5. Simply Chocolate

Why it works: The Simply Chocolate website makes excellent use of design space, effectively managing and organizing its many elements into a clean and orderly flow. The site offers a lot of information to users without ever feeling cluttered, making it a great bespoke website to take inspiration from.

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Bespoke web designs come in all shapes and sizes, and while there are many examples available online, the list above showcases 5 excellent ones.

If you are looking for bespoke web design from an experienced and reputable agency, contact Sage Digital Agency today! We would love to have a conversation with you about your business and web design needs.

Alex Jariv

Written by the Sage Digital Agency team.