Divi is a great choice for any type of agency websites, including those for app developers, web developers, ad agencies, marketing, and much more. Divi makes them easy to build because of the amount of high quality layouts available. With layouts you can use as much or as little of the layout you want. Use them to create entire websites, enhance your pages with pre-styled modules, or modify them to make your own design.
If you’re looking for Divi layouts to build a website for agencies you’re in luck. There are lots of well-designed premium layouts available. In this article we’ll take a look at 8 premium Divi layouts for agency websites. The layouts are in no particular order. Hang around until the end for 2 free bonus layouts.
APPSKILL is a one-page layout that works perfectly for any type of app design agency. It includes a full-screen header area with title, tagline, links to apps in the marketplaces, and social follow buttons. Following this is an overlapping section with a description of the design process. The next section shows a mockup app in the center with bullets of information on both sides. A two-color section shows client icons. Several sections show apps with information bullets and CTA’s. Also included is a styled map, pricing table, and contact form. It uses free icons from flaticons.co.
Price: $15 | More Information
Delta is a one-page layout designed with app developers in mind. It includes a full-screen header with title, information, optin form, and image in an overlay. An About Us section displays an image and information in three columns. Another information section shows bullets with large icons in two columns. An embedded video section displays the video with information over a background. Features are shown with the app in the center and bullets on either side. A slider displays app images and includes large navigation buttons. Styled modules include a testimonial, pricing table with hover animation, project links with hover animation, blog, email optin, and map with overlapping contact form.
Price: $19 | More Information
Brain is a one-page design with startups in mind. It uses a bold color scheme of bright red and black against a white background. The header displays a color pattern background with title, tagline, and CTA. Following this is a section with a similar background pattern with a title and text that stands apart from the background. Another section follows this design to create a CTA. Information is displayed using a two-column section with bold colored backgrounds followed by three columns with matching blurbs using large icons, bold backgrounds, large text, and links to pages. A contact form follows the same styling. The final CTA includes social buttons.
Price: $25 | More Information
4. MyApp | App and Startup
MyApp | App and Startup is a one-page layout designed with app developers and startups in mind. The full-screen header includes a background with gradient overlay, title, tagline, image, and CTA. The next section displays the products in one column with information and CTA in the other. A features section displays links to purchase apps in the marketplaces, shows the app in the center, and features in bullets on both sides. Blurbs are used to show benefits. Other modules include a gallery, number counter, call to action, pricing table, testimonial in an overlay in parallax, email optin over a gradient, and contact form.
Price: $29 | More Information
Volt is a one-page design with startups and marketing in mind. It uses lots of blue, pink, and white to create large bold areas with minimal color. Sections include backgrounds with curves to create an elegant design. Several modules overlap their sections. The header displays a title, tagline, CTA, and flat image. There are several sections to display features with blurbs using icons to one side. Another section embeds video along with information and a CTA. Several more CTA’s display flat images with text. Other styled modules include testimonials, contact form, and social follow section with buttons and image.
Price: $25 | More Information
Adam is a 4 page layout that includes home, about, services, and contact. Gold highlights are used throughout the layout to give it an elegant design. The full-screen header displays a title, animated text, and scroll button (the animated typing effect requires the free Typing Effect plugin by 93digital). Information is given in a full-width about section. Services are displayed within styled text modules with gold titles and borders over a background image in parallax. It also includes a styled number counter, contact info with icons, and contact form.
Price: $10 | More Information
7. Travel Bug
Travel Bug, as the name suggests, was made for travel agencies. It uses an aqua color scheme that makes me want to travel. It’s a one-page layout with a full-width background, tagline, title, and two CTA’s. An overlapping section includes three blurbs with images with overlays, icons, and information. A project section is used to show current travel deals. Information is provided within a text area with button to link to a contact page and includes an overlapping image- all placed over a full-width background image. Multiple sections display information using text and overlapping images to show the travel destinations. A contact section shows information with large icons and a styled contact form.
Price: $19 | More Information
8. Pixie Bundle
Pixie Bundle by Divi Den is a UI kit with 93 styled modules, 20 layouts, and 19 business tools (which includes Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, Powerpoint presentations, fonts, 105 custom icons, and PSD files, etc.). The modules can be combined to create unique designs for any type of agency website. Layouts include home pages, services, about, contact, portfolio, and landing pages. It includes lots of hover animations to display information over images, highlight icons, reveal images and provide information within person modules, etc. One of the about pages creates a nice timeline feature using icons to show company history.
Price: €67,00 | Get Divi Den Pro
Bonus 1: Free Design Agency Layout Pack
Design Agency Layout Pack is a free pack from Kenny Sing’s design team here at Elegant Themes. It uses a bright yellow color scheme (which highlights creativity) and includes 9 pages designed with creative agencies in mind (although it works great for any purpose – I use it for my own writing website). Pages include landing, home, about, blog, contact, portfolio, 2 project pages, and case study. It includes lots of images that you can use without license restrictions.
Price: Free | More Information
Bonus 2: Free Web Agency Layout Pack
Free Web Agency Layout Pack is another free layout pack from Kenny Sing’s team here at Elegant Themes. This one was designed specifically with web agencies in mind. It uses a blue color scheme (which highlights trust) and has seven pages which includes landing, home, careers, portfolio, services, pricing, and a contact page. Rather than dummy text it has real text- giving you great examples for writing your web copy. It also includes lots of images and graphics with no licensing restrictions.
Price: Free | More Information
That’s our look at 8 premium Divi layouts and two free layout packs that are perfect for any type of agency website. They include both single and multi-page layouts and are adaptable to any type of agency include ad agencies, web developers, app developers, travel, and more. Their layouts, icons, colors, and fonts are perfect for agency websites. Any of these layouts are a great place to get a quick start on your next Divi design.
If you’d like your own design considered please feel free to email our editor at nathan at elegant themes dot com. Be sure to make the subject of the email PREMIUM DIVI LAYOUT SUBMISSION or FREE DIVI LAYOUT SUBMISSION depending on the type of layout you’re submitting. We can’t wait to see your layouts!
We’d also like to hear from you in the comments! Tell us what you like about these layouts and if there is anything they’ve done you want us to teach on the blog.
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I’m considering designing some layouts/ child themes as an extra source of revenue for to my web design business.
I’m curious as to whether anybody has had much success in selling layouts? Is there much of a market for them yet?
I have been using this theme a lot lately, totally love it, so easy to do the things I want it to do
Good one.All the layouts seems good and user friendly, especially “Bonus 1: Free Design Agency Layout Pack”
Seemgs pretty good 🙂
I am looking forward for more great super great layouts from Divi Initiatives.
Thanks Randy! You are literally my personal tour guide to the Divi ecosystem. Just when I think I’ve ferreted out the deepest nooks and crannies, you send me in a new direction and the digging start a new! Thanks again!