B2B Website Design Examples: A Gallery Of B2B Website Designs

What makes a good vs a poor example of a B2B website?

A gallery of B2B Website Design Examples showing great, good, average, and poor examples of B2B website designs to help inspire your own website projects. Click to see recent examples of Brainrider B2B website design and development projects.

B2B Website Design Example: ABRIC B2B Website Design Example

ABRIC: ABRIC is one of the top global providers of security sealing solutions across 80 countries worldwide

Strengths:

  • Clear value proposition messages.
  • Good use of golden triangle.

Opportunities:

  • Add customer focused content.
  • SEO, Sales Ready Calls To Action
B2B Website Example - Outsystems.com Outsystems: Rapidly delivering change-ready enterprise web and mobile applications

Strengths:

  • Clean visual design.
  • Simplified user experience.
  • Great credentialization.
  • Marketing automation.
  • Strong page rank.

Opportunities:

  • Add customer-focused content.
  • Add SEO.
  • Tiered calls to action.
B2B Website Example: Actuate Actuate: The BIRT company

Strengths:

  • Lots of content.
  • Lead generation sidebar with tiered calls to action.
  • Good credentialization.
  • Marketing Automation.
  • Strong page rank.

Opportunities:

  • Add customer-focused navigation and content organization.
  • Add SEO.
B2B Website Example: BuildingEngines BuildingEngines.com: Optimizing property performance

Strengths:

  • Clean visual design.
  • Simplified user experience.
  • Good credentialization.
  • Navigation is customer focused and organized around customer needs.
  • Marketing Automation.
  • Strong page rank.

Opportunities:

  • Better organization on the resource home page.
  • Some small SEO tweaks but overall this site is best in class!
B2B Website Example: QuickPlay Media QuickPlay.com: Multiscreen Video: The Easy Way

Strengths:

  • Clean visual design.
  • Simplified user experience.
  • Good credentialization.
  • Strong page rank.

Opportunities:

  • Marketing Automation.
  • More customer focused navigation, resources and needs and pains are not on main nav.
  • Organize resource center around customer needs and pains and make resource content easier to find.
  • Move calls to action above the fold.
  • Test lead generation sidebar and tiered calls to action.

Next steps:

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