Band Website Inspiration: Clean Design & Photography Make a Great Site!

Who: Ron Block
What: Bluegrass-country
Where: Nashville
Why their website rocks: Ron Block uses a clean, modern theme for his website. The black-and-white header image, which matches the album art for his upcoming release, really sets the tone for the site.

The graphic design across his site looks great, and it all ties into the new album. This kind of branding creates a strong message in the visitor’s mind, and provides consistency that he can bring to other marketing materials! Plus, by using one of our responsive themes, his site looks great on all devices.

On his homepage, we love how Ron uses features to create an easy-to-read layout. The news updates and tour dates flow well, and the two-column layout makes the information easy to find.

His use of nice layout options continues on his Store page. First, he set up a three-column layout for three albums up top. Then, his DVDs are listed side-by-side at the bottom of the page for customers.

The site also hosts a lot of great information. From a press release about the new record on the homepage, to a list of music credits, Ron's site has content for new and longtime fans! And his regular blog updates not only keep visitors updated, but these updates also help his site rank higher in search engine results.

Check out his great site at ronblock.com!

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Comments

What's Goin' on Binghamton
Posted by What's Goin' on Binghamton on Sep 1 2015 5:34 PM
What theme is used?
Adam
Posted by Adam on Sep 1 2015 6:06 PM
@What's Goin' on Binghamton - Ron Block is currently using our 'dusted' theme!
What's Goin' on Binghamton
Posted by What's Goin' on Binghamton on Sep 1 2015 6:38 PM
Thank you Adam
Beats By Ced
Posted by Beats By Ced on Sep 2 2015 7:55 PM
how did he get the navigation bars up top like
Adam
Posted by Adam on Sep 2 2015 8:02 PM
@Beats By Ced - currently Ron Block has the site title option in the design tab set to 'none', and has a little custom code added that pushes the menu up. If you're looking to try something similar to this with this theme, let us know in support via the 'Help' tab in your account and we'll be happy to lend a hand!
Martha Fields
Posted by Martha Fields on Sep 23 2015 11:48 AM
I am trying to do the same thing with a new site...i.e. put the navigation at the top. Help please.
Allison S
Posted by Allison S on Sep 23 2015 12:26 PM
@Martha - We have emailed you from your account to help further. Thanks!