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March 4, 2024

12+ Website Section Designs For Inspiration


Today, we're taking a look at 19 different screenshots of 12 different styles of section that are all extremely powerful and you can steal all of these for your own designs. Now, it took me weeks to create and design my own component library, but today I want to show you guys 19 of these amazing screenshots and designs so you have them for reference for your own projects. Let's get into it.

1) Embracing Chaos with Style

Now, the first few sections we're going to take a look at have this sort of style to it. We have text in the middle, usually with some text surrounding it. And also, in this case, we have apps that are floating around it. This method showcases a platform that is orderly as opposed to the chaotic design displayed here.

2) All-in-One Functionality

Here, we have this section where we see all these different things that are available to us if we use their service. This layout alerts users to the versatility of the platform, like multipurpose user interfaces, text options, and easy-to-integrate elements.

3) Webflow's New Direction

Next up, we have this newer version of a Webflow section where we have text on the left, some buttons that are trying to get us to start building or explore different APIs. It effectively demonstrates the multitude of application integrations available through the service.

4) The Ease of Zapier Integration

Here we examine the Zapier option, with clear visual cues on how to add apps to Zapier, all adhering to a consistent style. This is recreated in the component library and is a testament to simplicity and effectiveness in design layout.

5) Bento Style Innovation

We revisit the Bento site and explore how the Bento style—a design concept derived from Japanese lunch boxes—has gained popularity. Through the use of uncomplicated but powerful imagery, this style proves to be extremely effective.

6) Dominance of the Hero Image

This section shifts focus to a massive hero image paired with substantial text located strategically. This design captivates the user’s attention and provokes curiosity, urging them to explore further.

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7) Engaging Hero Headers with Dynamic Layouts

As we dive deeper into innovative web design approaches, we encounter a section that immediately captures attention with its bold H1 text interrupted by sharp, compelling images. Such a design executed in Figma, Webflow, or Framer, not only punctuates the messaging but also presents an opportunity for brands to showcase their flair. Below, a succinct subtext reveals available job positions, fostering a sense of possibility without overwhelming the audience with excessive visual data. This layout strikes a balance between personability and professionalism, hinting at the team you might join without resorting to a cumbersome gallery format.

8) Proportion

The evolution of hero sections now plays with proportions – imagine claiming two-thirds of the screen with a striking image alongside one-third dedicated to magnified text supplemented by primary and secondary action buttons. This layout type, which we might see gain traction, affords an unconventional prominence to visual storytelling interwoven with succinct, powerful copy. Auto layout tools empower designers to flexibly alternate between image- or text-centric messages, ensuring the most critical elements seize the viewer's attention.

9) Massive Button

Following this, a standout design element I recently appreciated was an entire section crafted into a massive, unmissable call-to-action button. Replicated with a simple display button in a design tool, it exudes boldness and a clear invitation for engagement, reiterating the call for viewer interaction in an unorthodox yet effective manner.

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10) Text overlaid

Meanwhile, a familiar yet impressive design choice is central text overlaid on ambient background images. An example comes from a project for my brother's SaaS, where a hero header crafted in Webflow involves tilting components layered beneath key text and an email capture form. Inspired by minimalistic grid lines and straightforward CTAs, our replication aimed to invoke approachability for a novice-friendly SEO tool.

11) Blurred content

Lastly, I've created a section deliberately blurring the actual content to focus our discussion on layout and not come across as overly promotional. Here the central H1 gives the impression of anchoring further down the page due to the absence of a dominating image. The accompanying H2 calls viewers to action, inviting curiosity to explore beyond the visible page limit. While traditional design might place compelling images above the fold, here, the logo's strategic placement entices user recognition of product credibility, with the actual product unveiled upon further engagement.

12) Powerful Yet Understated

Concluding our gallery, the last section uses a balanced approach—with a prominent H1 placed at the center—an effective yet understated way to draw potential leads into engaging with the content.


In summary, these sections represent the versatility and creativity in modern web design. Whether it's showcasing chaos versus order, versatility, simple integration, or the minimalist Bento style, each design element has been carefully crafted for maximum impact. Stay tuned for the video to delve deeper into why these designs are so effective. If you have any questions or feedback about the sections discussed, don't hesitate to comment below. I engage with all feedback directly.