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Website Design: Culture Gaps

Check out the blog that Bento Sites designed for Culture Gaps.

Culture Gaps provides cross-cultural communication resources to help visitors to the United States and permanent residents become effective communicators of English in American culture.

In this post, I'm going to share the website design I did for Culture Gaps.

Project: Website Design on Squarespace

Culture Gaps is my hobby blog. Since I'm not offering any products or services at this time, I designed the website to be content-driven. In order to achieve this, I designed the homepage as the main blog page with a layout that's easy to start reading.

Goal: Build an email list

To increase newsletter sign-ups, forms are embedded on each blog post. Originally, I created content upgrades and lead magnets, but stopped offering them when I got busier with Bento Sites. Squarespace Email Campaigns is used for collecting new subscribers and sending emails.

Web Services

Integrations

  • G Suite
  • Google Analytics
  • Social Media Channels
  • Squarespace Domains
  • Squarespace Email Campaigns

Tasks

  • Logo Design
  • Content Writing
  • Copywriting
  • On-page SEO
  • Photography (some)
  • Website Design
  • Website Development
Open MacBook computer that's loaded with the Culture Gaps' website

Wrap Up

You just viewed my website design for Culture Gaps. If you need help with your website, get a Website Audit or learn about starting a web design project.

Website Design: Culture Gaps first appeared on the Bento Sites Blog by Jeff Shibasaki.

Close-up of Jeff Shibasaki wearing a black hat

Jeff Shibasaki

Jeff's the founder of Bento Sites. He's a strategic web designer that specializes in visual design, content marketing and search engine optimization (SEO) on Webflow and Squarespace.