50 Great Examples of Jamstack Websites
Looking for great examples of Jamstack websites?
It’s no surprise since Jamstack is raising popularity for being a modern solution to build superfast and SEO-efficient websites, apps and online stores.
We gathered 50 Jamstack websites from different industries in one place so you can see that Jamstack can be used regardless of the type of company or industry.
If you want a reminder about Jamstack, you can go two ways. You can either read our comprehensive guide about what is Jamstack or watch an interview with Colby Fayock – one of the top Jamstack experts.
Jamstack best use cases
As a Jamstack advocate, I would love to tell you that the Jamstack website would be great in any case. However, that’s not true – it depends on the specific case.
You will find some of the Jamstack best use cases below.
- B2B/Corporate/SaaS websites
- Client-side rendered applications (SPA/MPA)
- Custom landing pages
- Large multi-user websites
- Personal blogs
- Web portals
However, Jamstack might be not a good choice if:
- You don’t have enough technical knowledge (or budget to pay for it) – Jamstack requires coding to make full use of it. Yo connect a website to CMS – so updating websites becomes easier – you need to know how to work with APIs. If you don’t have the required technical skills, you should at least have a budget to hire someone ho is skilled.
- You are just starting – if you compare Jamstack with solutions such as WordPress, it’s not as beginner-friendly. Therefore, for small businesses, it might be better to start with WordPress as it’s a full-stack solution and doesn’t require as much technical expertise.
- You want to use plug-ins – coding along with specific technical skills are a must if you want to add new features. Doing so without them – except fro Gatsby – it’s not possible as most of the technologies doen’t allow to use ready-made plugins.
You can always read our article, or watch the video on when to use, and when not to use Jamstack:
Apart from use cases, you might be curious about industries that decided to give Jamstack a try.
Well, we were curious, too, and that’s what the next section is about.
Jamstack websites from 15 different industries
If you are looking for some examples from your industry, we gathered Jamstack websites from industries such as:
|Agency||Business and corporate||Creative|
Most often, companies decide to use Gatsby or Next.js to build Jamstack websites, however, sometimes they go with Hugo or other frameworks.
But if you would like to choose between Gatsby and Next.js, we’ve also made a short video to explain the most important differences:
Bulletproof – built with Next.js
Bulletproof is a creative powerhouse with offices in London, New York, Amsterdam, Sydney and Singapore.
DG Recruit – built with Gatsby
DG Recruit is an agency that helps people with their recruitment careers. They also offer recruitment services, training and advisory.
Red Central – built with Gatsby
Red Central is an international creative agency specializing in the entertainment industry.
Business and corporate websites
Audible – built with Next.js
Audible is an Amazon company that offers access to thousands of audiobooks for a flat monthly fee.
AutoloadIT – created with Gatsby
AutoloadIT is an enterprise automotive imaging solution created to help with increasing car sales by supporting high-resolution images.
This company is also one of our previous clients (check the case study).
Inventia – created with Gatsby
Inventia Life Science is an Australia-based company that focuses on revolutionising 3D bioprinting and transforming the medical research sector.
Pace Revenue – built with Hugo
Pace Revenue is the revenue platform dedicated to the hospitality industry. Its main goal is to help answer three main questions: how, when and at what price.
Sprucehill – built with Gatsby
Sprucehill is a Canadian company that specialises in custom home building and renovations.
Design Better – built with Next.js
Design Better is a website built by InVision and dedicated to all creatives that want to improve their design skills.
The H Hub – built with Next.js
The H Hub will help you hire freelance photographers (or videographers) for your next shoot.
Utah Pumpkins – built with Gatsby
Utah Pumpkins is a place for anyone looking for pumpkin carving ideas and inspiration. There is an image gallery that may be a little… scary.
Bang & Olufsen – built with Next.js
Bang & Olufsen offers high-end headphones, speakers and televisions.
Butcher Box – built with Gatsby
Butcher Box is an online store that offers meat delivery subscriptions.
HoodieHut – built with Gatsby
HoodieHut offers personalised hoodies for schools, colleges and universities.
InStitchu – built with Next.js
InStitchu is an online store with custom, tailored menswear offering suits, shirts and chinos.
TicketSwap – built with Next.js
TicketSwap is a place to buy and sell e-tickets safely.
Urban Armor Gear – built with Gatsby
Urban Armor Gear is an online store where you can buy rugged phone cases and various mobile accessories.
Art of Memory – built with Next.js
Art of Memory is a place to learn memory techniques like memory palaces or advanced mnemonics.
Godot Tutorials – built with Hugo
Godot Tutorials offers video courses on game programming
University of Bristol – built with Gatsby
University of Bristol is a respected English university, frequently named as one of the best in the United Kingdom.
Hulu – built with Next.js
Hulu offers thousands of movies and TV series on-demand for a flat monthly subscription.
LEGO for kids – built with Next.js
Who doesn’t know LEGO?!
Playlist Detective – built with Gatsby
Playlist Detective is a way to discover new kinds of music through Spotify playlists.
Bitcoin.com – built with Gatsby
Bitcoin.com is a place to buy and sell Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
Hartwell Insurance – built with Hugo
Hartwell Insurance offers innovative insurance options and solutions.
Verge – built with Next.js
Verge is a user-friendly digital currency that can be used for everyday transactions.
Papergov – built with Gatsby
Papergov is a place to find and act on different types of government services like property taxes or utility bills.
Resistbot – built with Next.js
Resistbot is a tool built mainly to simplify and automate the process of contacting U.S. elected officials.
U.S. Web Design System – built with Jekyll
It’s an official website of the United States government that presents a design system for government websites.
Canadian Cancer Society – built with Gatsby
This website is about educating people about cancer, its causes and how to reduce the risk.
Headspace – built with Gatsby
Headspace is an app and place to learn meditation and reduce stress levels.
PHARMASEAL – built with Hugo
PHARMASEAL aims to use intelligent engineering for better clinical trial management.
JIMDO – built with Gatsby
JIMDO offers a simple website builder dedicated to self-employed that helps them build professional-looking websites and stores.
Paths – built with Gatsby
Paths (currently in beta) is a company that offers help in getting your next job simpler.
Starbucks Reserve – built with Next.js
Starbucks Reserve offers – apart from what standard Starbucks do – premium collections of coffees coming from exotic regions of the world. Customers of Starbucks Reserve can also find out more about coffee and the coffee brewing process.
National Geographic – built with Gatsby
National Geographic started as a monthly magazine about science and nature exploration but became something much bigger – a large offline and online media company with its own TV channel.
Pan Macmillan – built with Gatsby
Pan Macmillan is one of the largest book publishing companies in the United Kingdom.
Wealth Magazine – built with Gatsby
Wealth Magazine delivers advice for personal wealth management and about pursuing financial goals.
LOVE, NILS – built with React js
LOVE, NILS is an organisation that provides emotional, social and community support to cancer patients and their caregivers in Singapore.
Re:wild – built with Next.js
Re:wild is a nonprofit organisation with a goal to protect and restore the diversity of life on earth through various initiatives.
Starlight – built with Gatsby
Starlight is a children’s foundation and its main mission is to deliver happiness to seriously ill kids.
Elton John – built with Next.js
Elton John is one of the most popular music artists of all time with more than 300 million records sold.
J. Patrick Raftery – built with Gatsby
J. Patrick Raftery is an opera singer and voice teacher based in Vancouver, Canada.
LeVar Burton – built with Jekyll
LeVar Burton is an American actor, director and children’s television host.
InVision – built with Next.js
InVision is a design platform that makes the process of designing user experiences easier and faster.
SendGrid – built with Gatsby
SendGrid is an email marketing tool that supports sending emails at scale.
Typeform – built with Next.js
Typeform is a tool for creating enjoyable forms and surveys that can be embedded into websites.
Culture Trip – built with Next.js
Culture Trip is like a travel companion that offers travel guides and the possibility to book stays and experiences.
Rye & Beyond – built with Gridsome
Rye and Beyond is a place to find and book holiday cottages, houses and apartments in East Sussex and Kent (United Kingdom).
Trip.com Travel Guide – built with Next.js
Trip.com collects worldwide travel guides and recommends travel destinations and tourist attractions all around the world.
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