On the fence about using the popular Avada theme for your WordPress site? These real-life Avada examples can help you decide by letting you see the theme “out in the wild”, so to speak.
One thing you’ll notice over all these examples is just how multipurpose and flexible Avada is, which is a good explanation for why Avada is the best-selling theme of all time at Theme Forest!
I don’t think this one requires much more introduction, so let’s just jump straight into my list of 25+ of the best Avada theme examples that I could find.
To make this helpful for as many people as possible, I’ll try to select Avada examples from a range of niches, including both big and small sites.
I can guarantee that, at least at the time of publishing this post, all of these websites are using the Avada theme.
25+ Best Examples Of Real Websites Using The Avada Theme
1. Russell Brand
The quirky comedian Russell Brand uses Avada to power his personal site. It’s got a neat one-page design and uses a hamburger-style menu even for desktop visitors.
2. Microsoft Visual Studio
This is a cool one! Microsoft actually uses the Avada theme for its Visual Studio subdomain. This is probably one of the biggest brands using Avada that you’ll find! Very neat that one of the world’s biggest tech companies is using WordPress and this theme.
3. Hanna Sles Translator
Let’s take things a little smaller now – Hanna Sles is an English to Russian translator who uses Avada to power her portfolio site.
4. Broasty Food Truck
This is a really creative Avada theme example for a Houston-based food truck. I love all the bold colors and the cartoony-styling. If you scroll down, you get some great food shots, along with a neat parallax effect.
Ninetail is a great example of how you can use Avada with a vertical menu instead of the normal horizontal menu. This one looks great and, while it’s not directly Avada, I love the logo.
Give it a look if you want to use a vertical menu on your site.
6. Yellow Marine Consultancy
Yellow Marine Consultancy is another good example of a brochure site built with Avada. Again, there’s nothing too crazy about the design. All it does communicate relevant information and look pretty good doing it!
7. King Harbor Wealth Management
King Harbor Wealth Management is a wealth management service that uses Avada for its business site. This one is pretty simple – but it gets the job done.
Nomaddict is a travel planning service, as well as one of my favorite Avada examples. I love the effect on the headline text (you can’t see this in the screenshot – you have to actually go to the site to experience it). And I also love how they’ve integrated the old-timey map into the background.
All in all, a really cool implementation of Avada!
9. Jack Whitehall
You may have seen Jack Whitehall on Netflix’s Travels With My Father show. If not, you’ve now seen him on this list of Avada theme examples because Jack uses the theme to power his portfolio site.
Like Russell Brand, it uses a hamburger menu even on the desktop version. Must be a comedian thing, I guess (actually, you’ll see why in a second).
10. University of Hawaii Maui College
University of Hawaii’s Maui branch uses Avada to power its main site. The design looks great, and I especially love the video background (again – you can’t see this in the screenshot – you’ll need to head to the site to see it in action).
11. Mass Impression
Mass Impression is a “digital entertainment agency” that’s worked with Jack Whitehall, Russell Brand, Netflix, and others.
Like two of their clients, they also use Avada for their website, along with a hamburger menu. Now I see where Jack and Russell’s sites got it!
12. Manny And Me
Manny And Me is a London-based agency specializing in both nannies and the eponymous mannies (that’s a new term to me).
The subject matter is unique and the yellow design looks great, too!
13. Find Your Zen
Find Your Zen helps people reduce stress with Avada (ok, maybe Avada isn’t actually reducing the stress…but you get the idea).
The design is simple but does a good job matching the subject matter.
14. Cheyanne Contracting
Along with the angled uppercase headline, the images on Cheyanne Contracting’s site are what really make it. This is another simple brochure site powered by Avada.
15. Coupon Butter
Coupon Butter is a coupon system built to help businesses incentivize customers and avoid coupon abuse. They use Avada to power their site’s front end.
I first encountered SnackNation from their case study on Brian Dean’s Backlinko. Little did I know that SnackNation would come back into my life as one of these Avada examples!
RankPay is a popular performance-based SEO service who also happens to use Avada to power their brochure site.
18. Local Life Agents
Local Life Agents is a life insurance agency with a clean, slick-looking design powered by Avada. There’s nothing super crazy – it’s just a good solid website. You can hover over the Insurance menu item to see a nice big mega menu, though.
19. After the Harvest
After the Harvest is “healthy food for hungry people” in Kansas City. It’s got a big bold header as well as lots of space to keep people updated with the project.
20. Dan Law
No – this is not a website for a lawyer. Rather, Dan Law is an artist, and he uses a nice clean Avada-powered site to showcase all of his work.
The top of his homepage is basically all image – but if you scroll down, there’s some neat stuff going on.
GraphicTwister.com offers free and premium graphic resources, all powered by Avada.
According to its headline, Omass offers “a new perspective in drug discovery”. I’m not entirely sure how that works, but I do know that their Avada-powered site looks great!
23. KBSS Engineering
KBSS Engineering is a specialized engineering firm working in oil and gas, as well as renewable energy (I guess any type of energy, really).
24. Red BAG Media
Red BAG Media is a Philadelphia-based graphics and branding agency. They’ve got a nice clean design, along with that hamburger menu that so many of these Avada examples seem to love.
25. Look Before You Book Tours
Look Before You Book Tours helps companies create virtual tours or aerial cinematography. I always love when businesses have these, so I fully support Look Before You Book Tours’ work!
And that wraps up our Avada showcase! Did these examples convince you to make the jump? If so, click below to go buy Avada:
Any other examples you think deserve to be on this list? Share them in the comments so that other people can go check ’em out!