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I use Viewbook, and I’m very happy with it. Easy to set up, easy to get photos uploaded and ordered as I wish, and the guys in (Denmark?) are very responsive when I have a question/problem.
I've been using Viewbook for 6-7+ years. I chose it at the time for the clean and uncluttered design. The guys that run it are pretty responsive to any questions, issues or customisation requests.
I find it relatively simple to use, but in all honesty I'm probably not using it to the fullest of the system ability.
I use Photium for another business site, Viewbook is so much more modern looking. Each CMS has its pluses and minuses. For the actual photos, I feel Viewbook is far better and easier to use.
I would, however, if I were to start all over today I may choose Squarespace as I have another site set-up with them and I'm familiar with the interface, which i'm sure you're aware is HUGE. Viewbook is simple and clean and offers some nice features that SQ Space does not (the ability to allow clients to download photo sets directly from site). But to be honest, I have not updated my Viewbook page since dinosaurs walked the earth, which I'm sure was obvious when you visited. Perhaps in the last 5 years Viewbook has added new features, I wouldn't know :(
Centuries ago when I was looking for the perfect" template host I spent days if not weeks playing with free trial periods. What I found to be the hardest part of the ordeal was learning each sites design interface. Each were so unique and so different and the learning curve was extremely time consuming. I used 4mat for a few years but got frustrated after time due to the fact that there was very little control over text blocks. From 4mat I moved to Wordpress and got very tired of constant never-ending updates. Finally I landed at Squarespace for my wedding work and Viewbook for my music stuff.
I like Viewbook. I've been with them since their very early days and the owners have been very flexible with me because of it. They were slightly more expensive than current competitors, $192/yr. but now they on par, if not slightly less (compared to Squarespace).
I’d definitely recommended Viewbook as a portfolio builder. I have been using it for over 5 years now and it’s great for storing images on the back end in high res and displaying a great portfolio. You can give clients links to private albums that only they have access to which is great! They have tweaked it and made updates over the years as well. The only complaint is that they had an app to access my backend albums that’s stopped working with the new iPhone iOS so I’m not able to access my albums that way anymore from my phone when I’m not at my desk and that’s a really big problem so hopefully they rectify that soon.
it is good for me. viewbook have the positive: is very simple and elegant. but is also negative: it’s too much simple. others portfolio website you can choose much, but is also to difficult to learn to use. so, it is very simple to add pitures.
I’m pretty happy using it. Specialy designed for sharing and selling (large amounts) of photo’s. Relative easy to use. Once you have designed the front-end, it’s great handling content. I don’t use the webshop-facility myself, but i hear it’s good.
Only thing is maybe the pricing. 180 dollars a year is not the cheapest. But it seems they have found a market niche, so there is not much to choose from.
All in all i’m happy to use it and would recommend it (to people who are willing to spend money). My rating is 8,5 out of 10.
I’m using Viewbook. If you’re looking for an easy to use, minimal website, then I'll recommend it. Not the cheapest option but one that saves time if it’s the style you’re looking for.
I decided to use Viewbook because it seemed like a quick and easy to update solution for now. I like the clean look, but wish it had more options to “tweak” and adjust the pages. I wish there was more options to “tailor” the pages.
I switched my Viewbook site to Squarespace recently, where I have another site. I had a couple of small aesthetic issues that I had a hard time resolving on VB. It was a tough choice because I was really happy with VB. In the end, a little more customization and a lower price won.
- Yes, and i am very satisfied !
- The best point, beyond the product, is their very high reactivity. Viewbook is not a company with hotlines and many intermediaries ... If something goes wrong (which is not usual) or if i don't understand something, i send a mail, they answer very fast and all is fixed very quickly. That thing, as a professional, is what i expect from a provider.
- The second fact is the design is pure and essential", the interface is easy, and the result in phasis with what i expected. Perhaps it is not the best for wonderful webpages with blinking stuff etc. ... But as a photographer, the best i can do is focusing on my images, not the frame, and be sure my tool is always working.
I’ve been using viewbook for the last five years (I think lol) and I found their interface to be the easiest to use, especially for a person who looks at a webpage and feels super overwhelmed lol. The staff is super helpful and their response time is fantastic. However, this was before I knew about square space. I have also made an account with square space... because I really like the idea of having layout options without having to creat them myself, and they seem to be a bit more contemporary . just waiting to find someone who can look through my images.. organize what should go up.. etc. :)
I am happy to recommend them based on two things: 1. The creators of viewbook are very personable. They actually act on your email requests for features or things you cannot figure out. 2. It does with we need - show photos in simple, minimalist way across devices
I'm just about to leave ViewBook, which I do not agree because I can not do what I want, which is all in English, and whose tutorials are much too succinct and not precise enough nor detailed.
I am currently migrating to PhotoDeck", which I discovered by chance, and which seems to me very well designed, hosted in France (it remains a plus), very reactive (I had some questions to ask at support that immediately answered me), and very flexible to use. It also makes it very easy, if I understand correctly (I'm still drafting and building my future new site), to organize the sale of his photos with draw order systems or download in different resolution and quality.
Here for my return, ViewBook I would have seduced me many years ago by its simplicity, but ultimately it's almost too much: too stripped, and not customizable enough, this is my month felt.
I’ve created it In 2008 and the first years I was feeling very satisfied. But now I would like to have more possibilities that it doesn’t have, like to easy upload video content, interact with social media, and to have more options on how to display my albums, migrate my content, etc.
I guess there are other newer platforms that allow that. I haven’t really researched yet because I’m focused on creating my art for now. To change website requires a lot of work! And Viewbook is fine in general. It could be better but I’ll wait to change.
I have set up my site quite some time ago and didn’t take care of it recently at all. I enjoyed using Viewbook because of its sleek, unclustered and simple look. It was fairly easy to set up with the templates the system gives you and I had no issue at all in tweaking small things. I imagine I did not use the site and the possibilities it gives to the maximum. I looked at several options before using Viewbook and I also really appreciated that they do the hosting as well for the pictures, so this really made it easier for me.
I would totally recommend it. The only drawback for me is it’s price. Now I don’t remember what prices competitors had and if Viewbook increased, but as I get charged for yearly renewal I have to say that I find it a bit expensive. On the flip side it’s a small enterprise owned by a couple of brothers, so I rather pay them than a huge multinational.
I’ve been using it since 2011. It’s really clean, simple and intuitive. It lacks a blogging feature but they have a solution of linking your tumblr account with it. But other than that, it’s a great tool for online portfolio.
I was a relatively early adopter I think. I liked it for the horizontal scroll. It’s fairly easy to set up. Divided into two sections, galleries and pages that you make and are held in reserve and the same which are live. That way you can swap out, build before you make them live, redirect to the opening gallery etc. I wish it had more of a full screen photo centric look like some of the square space sites.
I looked into SS recently, but the design side never really clicked.
Currently I’m designing a wix site. so far the user interface is pretty intuitive and fairly easy to navigate.
I’ve been using Viewbook for a while and honestly I feel Squarespace is better now. Viewbook is slow to make changes and IMHO is getting behind on the curve. Also, there is a major issue when mobile with Viewbook where in the midst of a gallery the “X” to exit back to menu is so tiny that nobody who isn’t familiar can find it. I’ve brought this up to them numerous times over the past year and still it hasn’t changed. Also, SEO integration is much easier with Squarespace now.
I keep intending to switch over ( I already have my corporate website on Squarespace ) but switching domain and organizing images for the transfer isn’t something I look forward to doing. And besides what I’ve mentioned above the platform is, I would say, fine.
I have found them to be a good platform and helpful when I have issues. I am finding the standard program (I don't think they offer this any more) somewhat restrictive. It just allows you one page. I am upgrading at the moment to their pro package so that I can show more written documents like my C.V. , Artist's Statement etc.
I am not great with this stuff but managed it fairly well over the years!
I use Viewbook for my website. To be honest I use it because I haven’t got time to change it. It was great when I built my website quite a few years ago but is quite limiting compared to others out there now. I use it together with STYIST by pictures pro, and that takes care of my shopping cart etc.
I like the look of view book but I don’t think they have been as fast as others to keep up with advances.
i recommend it,
Went i build my web site viewbook are the best for the price and for photographer. But now, I think they have a other better solution, but i don’t change because my référencement on google with the years are very good.
I would recommend it. I don’t have any experience with other site builders so I can’t compare I’m afraid. I would say that it is limited in its customisation however it’s customer service is fantastic, unlike anything else.
really like working with Viewbook. The cost is very reasonable and their support staff are very helpful. I like the software tools as well. They are very intuitive and easy to understand.
I was disappointed because I wanted to add paragraph descriptions to my paintings and I needed to have a photo shop done, then add the whole image . I can put in the paintings but don't know how to use Photoshop. I am a painter and don't really care to put in the effort. They might have changed this by now , I haven't been keeping up with changes. Another things that was a pain is that Viewbook is out of the US so as of about a year ago I had to get a special credit card that would allow international transactions, (my bank would not do it). Those are the down sides, the good thing is that the folks who help are great and prompt and very patient with someone who only types one handed and has very few computer skills.
i'm happy with Viewbook. They are very responsive when there are any issues or questions. Only thing I wish was they had more options in customizing the look, maybe I just need a web coder for that? Not sure, but that's the only reason I've considered switching. Otherwise i've ben happy with them.
I just rebuilt my page using viewbook. I love the user experience. It's great for me as a photographer. You have to work with their templates and that restricts you a little but it seems to be set up for a photographers aspect ratio and its really user friendly. Their help pages is written for a real layman like myself. I'm glad I did the page and didn't have someone else build it for me. This will make it easier for me to update the page- keep it current without having to get help from someone else who built it from scratch. It probably cost a little more then some of the other templates out there but I feel like it is money well spent.
I definitely would recommend it. I was searching through tens of website builders and I think this one is the best. Love it minimalistic design and comfortable controls.
I am very happy with viewbook, because it is very simple and just what I need. My friends who understands from website programming says it is very expensive and the templates are already exists in web and are very cheap as wordpress etc. But I did not want to bother myself with any other cheap way to do it because I found them complicated to manage. View book is modern and easy to use. And when I have a question the answer comes in 24 hours. The team is there to help you and most importantly, if there is a delay at your payment they don't put you in trouble.
I have been using Viewbook for more than 5 years now and would recommend it. Easy to use, their customer support is great; you email a question and get an answer back real quick. Nothing to say but positive.
I’m very happy working with viewbook.
It’s limited in the option about lay out but it’s not a bad thing because you don’t waste hours of searching for the right template.
It’s very easy to use.
Helpdesk is also very quick in answering questions.
I do use view book and have for a quite a few years now. It's been great. Straight forward to use and the customer service is prompt and helpful. There are free platforms out there and perhaps even better ones, but it has been great for what I've needed it for.
I’m not a particularly active user of it but I do like it. It is simple to set up and most importantly, simple to update with new images and add pages when needed without having to wait for/pay website person each time. For those with similar needs, I would recommend it. That said, I started with it a while ago so I can;t say that I’ve researched current competitors either.
I would recommend it. For what I need it’s straight forward, slick in layout options and the support team have always been quick to help me out.
I like it. Works fine and their backoffice responds very fast. I started with it cause i did a workshop of them for a day in which they told us the xtra tips and tricks
I would think viewbook is nice and straight forward to use. The range of the layouts are a bit limited but as long as it does what you want then its not a deal breaker. They have added a couple new styles since i joined which is nice but it's a shame that support of the ipad offline portfolio app doesnt appear to have continued.
That was a nice feature of the site. Other than that it appears to have a nice mobile version that scales well and organisrs your site in a logical and clean manner.
Cost wise. I dont know how competivitve it is anymore and as Ive not tried other types of competitiors i cant comment on the relative ease of use.
For me it seems easy and quick and i can smash out a wedding client site or new project album in no time.
Recommend. Sure but i dont know if they are as cutting edge as they used to be.
if you want a simple layout for showcasing a portfolio I would definitely recommend it. In the beginning it takes a while to figure out how everything works and to set it up. But once you've got it set up it is easy to update.
I’m on my 5th year of using it (if I’m not mistaken) and I just signed up for another year. It’s not difficult to use at all and I found it to be more intuitive than Zenfolio or Square Space. Regarding price, it’s quite competitive. I would definitely recommend it for other photographers.
I'm not 100% happy with it. For the features they have, they are rather on the pricy side and I've been working on transitioning to format.com for a while now.
I have used viewbook for 4.5 years, it seems to work just fine. Easy to make, simple to upkeep, no bells and whistles but, gets the job done. I bet there is better out now but viewbook works fine enough.
I do recommend it. I've been using it for over 5 years now and really enjoy the ease with which I can organise and upload images. I also love the clean and simple layout.
I do use Viewbook for my portfolio site. I think it's a solid platform, fairly easy to use, but very basic. You can connect payment tools to sell, but i have not yuet implemented.
Viewbook is very simple to use, but also rather limiting. I have been meaning to change to Square Space or Cargo for years...just haven't got round to it yet. I've used Square Space and Big Cartel to set up websites for friends, and both are far more versatile, and give a better looking result.
I like it so far It will hold the content and presents it nicely - have used Viewbook for a few years now and probably will continue - it is somewhat pricey $200 for Pro Yearly
I would. It has cons but it really is centered arround your photographs, the architecture has been thought for that, while most photo website builders I've tried are mainly centered around the website itself more than the photographs.
I will recommend it. I think for now it seems that it has a little bit limitations but still being clear for showing photographs. In my opinion simplicity is the best way to go. I really would like in the future to have the possibility to upgrade video.
I do recommend it as it works well for me. I find it to be userfriendly, and the Viewbook team is very responsive and helpful! They seem to be really focused on developing features that users ask for (I didn't have to wait long for a scrolling gallery when they became popular). I'm not sure how competitive the pricing is as I haven't looked at any other portfolio website providers for some time.
I have used Viewbook for several years, it has helped me out building my main portfolio and several other hidden ones. It had all I needed, price was modest but the design and layout is quite limited. I have now cancelled my subscription after many years, as I am joining Squarespace, which is slightly more expansive but offer more compared to Viewbook. IMHO..
I'd say that given the choice I might explore other options. I like the results, but the interface for creating websites could be more flexible. I'm just too busy to rebuild my site at the moment.
it is easy to use and the team are very very efficient and good at helping with any problems, questions....I am not good with computers and have been pleased with view book
I like viewbook, their service is great if you need help and the color quality on the screen compared to my original works was what made me choose them over wix which everyone seems to use here. That said usually the photographer that photographs my work helps me set it up. But I’m sure I could do it if I really concentrated, I was able to make postcards on moo :)
I am happy with viewbook. However, as you can see, it's like a photography website, so you can just upload photos and I don't know whether you can have user's engagement as well or not. So if you want to. have just photos, its great. I have another website on Square space, which is more user-friendly.
I like it a lot. It’s simple to use and looks sleek and clean. Just how I like it. Their customer support is really good as well.
I've been with Viewbook along time and get good rankings in Google and work from google searches. I think it works well on lots of platforms, eg phones, ipads, etc. However it's not the most modern of templates and but it easy to use and affordable. I may move to something else in the future but for now it's fine for me and my business.
Viewbook is a bit limited in lay-out options and they don’t update the possibilities a lot. Their app also doesn’t function in iOS 11 anymore so I’m thinking of changing to another portfolio builder. I heard FORMAT is good.
Viewbook is a great portfolio site. I have been using for 3 years with this site and a few years with another one.
It is very well designed & easy to send to clients for download and gallery links. I think it is a great portfolio design
that can be changed to the photographers uses. They are very able to help if needed. Viewbook are great!
I find view book pretty easy to use. and I don't need to add coding or scripts to make things work. I wanted something where I could just easily upload and organize images. I'm sure there are other services that are as good and cheaper too, but I have pretty much built this site a few years ago and I just need it to showcase to potential art directors.
I would recommend it. The service is very good and it is not too difficult in use. If I would make the website more as my own and more distincitive, I am not completely sure if a standard template will be sufficient. But I think there will be option for that within viewbook as well.
can recommed viewbook. For me the most important things were fullscreen (on start page), horizontal scroll with side descriptions of the project. The administration panel could be more logical but I`m using lightroom plugin which is great so I don`t have to deal with anything in the browser. There are some cons but they are rather minor.
I would recommend Viewbook. I built my website myself. It took a lot of time to figure it out and learn some things.
It works well for me.
i’d recommend it.
i know there’s a lot of other possibilities out there but viewbook has always been stable and simple. their customer service is also great - quick and helpful.
if you want a classic simple website that has good image storage, i would recommend viewbook. if you want a modern flashy trendy scrolling website… then viewbook probably isn’t your site.
viewbook is pretty customizable and i was able to figure out how to do it without too much trouble and i’m certainly not a web-tech type person.
View book is great. The design is simple,clean and nice. very easy to work with. Now, there great different sets of layouts, which was not the case 3 years ago. The text legends is still a problem, not so nicely with some text. 2/3 things are missing to make a perfect photo design website. I will recommend it, but i think i could move to an other website portfolios if i could find a cheaper one with more possibilities of layout.
I recommend it (basically I've never had any problem with it and the value for money is pretty good compared to other portfolio sites). Anyway, as most of the things, it also has some some limitations regarding customizations and features, but for the use I make of it it's ok. I'd just recommend to check for alternative solutions, as I guess now there are more and are more differentiated than a few years ago.
have been with view book a few years and alway surprised by the level of service and support when changing layouts etc. they have a good team who are always very close behind you when you have a query.
I used to use Viewbook but my current format is through Square Space. I love both portoflio builders, they've both got an incredible amount of themes to choose from. Viewbook is quite complicated to get create to begin with but you soon get used to the way it works. They're also really easy to get in contact with and reply quickly and are always so helpful.
I have recommended Viewbook to friends. My previous website was built by a professional many years ago, but I didn't like not being able to add things on my own. I was able to make my site very quickly and I like being able to create custom albums to email to potential clients.
I would recommend it. Easy to use but design options are a bit basic. However, I don’t have any experience with similar sites so I can’t really judge well.
Not super happy but I’m too lazy to move somewhere else. They don’t have a mobile app, if you share your albums, clients can’t like the pics they want, etc. It’s ok if you just want to display a portfolio. If you are a photographer that needs to interact with clients so they can chose the pictures they want or buy them from you, you are better off with a service like SmugMug which I have for my portraits page.
If I had to rate viewbook, from 1 to 10, I would give it a soft 5. In my opinion, they are quite expensive for what hey offer.
Last thing, I have not updated my site in several months so they may have added new features that I am not aware of.
Love how easy it is to update. Dislike that I can only upload gifs and not videos interspersed with the photos. It’s got a pretty hard limit if a few customizations but to be honest I think that’s exactly what I need. Doesn’t let you over fuss and keeps it clean and simple.
Wish they would integrate a mobile tool.
I'd definitely recommend it. It's easy to use, there's multiple gallery options and (not that I've needed it recently) when I had some technical issues, the support team were quick to respond and help.
My only negative would be that they no longer have the app for the iPad which made a great portfolio app. But as a website, I've got no complaints.
I like Viewbook. It's easy to use and a nice, simple design. The company is small and out of the Netherlands. I have chatted a few times and they get right back to me
I recommend viewbook as its easy to operate and so far is a reliable source to keep the photos online as you can have your storage folders there. I had some difficulties with computer software and Viewbook team helped me in less then 24hours answering my questions and gave me a tips.
I would recommend Viewbook for its user friendly features and clean layout designs. It’s very versatile and you can set up the general layout and pages to your taste. Viewbook also provides a very informative FAQ section for its users for specific tasks like basic URL and PNG coding. The Viewbook team also responds swiftly to any questions and concerns.
I’ve used it for about 5 years I think?? 2 revamps, super easy interface on the design side. Easy to edit from any computer. They got rid of flash which was great. Mobile is solid. Only recently had an issue with a client not able to view my site, but turns out it was a sever issue on VB’s end which was corrected overnight. Just bad timing, never really had issues ever before that.
I really like it, I used to be with other peoples pixels but it was glitchy and had a few other problems.
Viewbook is pretty good and affordable.
I think it's a great site to showcase your work with minimal effort in site building as it's almost all plug and play. However, my only complaint is that it's fairly limited as far as features are concerned. Sites like Squarespace make it easy to add forms to contact pages and other little things to make our lives easier but that's not always the case with Viewbook. If you want those extra features you still need to know some coding which kind of defeats the whole purpose of a DIY vendor.
Otherwise, I think it's really clean and easy to use and they have great support as well.
It’s just ok. You can tell I haven’t done much with it. It needs a responsive design so it looks good on the desktop web and mobile, which it doesn’t
I would recommend Viewbook for the budget minded and the simple hosting web designs. There have not been many changes to the display styles over the years. What I will say it that it is very easy to keep the site updated and files managed. The interface works really well and it’s simple to learn. I love the App for sharing your images on the iPad whether you have internet or not. As long as you down load the images in advance. When ever I have had an issue or question the team has gotten back to me straight away. Love to see a bit more speed when the images load onto the page and some new design options would be great.
I would have recommended viewbook up until this past year. I'm actually looking to change to portfolio box. The reason is that viewbook no longer has their app available for phones which was very convenient for pulling up albums and sharing albums without needing to go onto the computer. Other than that they are good but I see some better and more cost effective options like portfolio book to be better.
I would recommend it. It has limitations but for my purposes it's fine. The support is excellent. It is pricey over the long run which I know and probably would switch to something less expensive that fits the above description.
i often recommend it for dicital artist and photographers.
I have been using viewbook for many years now,. Good feedback if you have problems they update there platform often. Build for artist and photographers. If i feel that i need to update my webside then i can use there platform in many many diffrent ways. 10 out of 10 is viewbook for me.
P.s i have tried other platforms like wix or squrespace but they don’t give me the same feeling or online flow that i like with viewbook.
I've been using Viewbook for a number of years and have been very happy with the platform, simple and easy to use and make adjustments to.
It does everything I need it to and being able to store up to 5000 images is great.
I love Viewbook - actually currently in the works of updating and re-working some of the portfolios but I'll give you a list of reasons why I like and would recommend it
- Customer service from my experience is really good and quick to respond. Any issues I've had they have helped me out quickly - Super user friendly back-end of the site. - Creating the site with different options of layout - drag and drop very easy to understand and use - I like the clean layout options and they are mobile responsive and the images load super fast - I can set up private galleries which aren't listed on the site for clients to view the images and give me feedback before final delivery - For a portfolio perspective I think it is awesome. At one point in time I made a flash website, then an html/dreamweaver, then a wordpress and it it unlikely I'll ever change Viewbook ;) even though I know there are other options but I guess why fix it if it isn't broken
Viewbook is a great and easy to use. It has simple templates that are a great fit for photography web sites. It’s easy to add external links or embed media players. Adding new pages/galleries or sub-domain site is super fast and gives you a lot of flexibility when wanting to create a new space for specific work or clients.
I have used it for years. The price is very fair. All service questions are answered by a friendly human within 24 hours. If you get stuck they will handle the tech work for you, like getting your registered domain name properly assigned to your Viewbook site.
Their sites are both desktop and mobile automatically. As well their servers are https...between mobile friend and the https google site rankings are maximized.
Overall a five star service for site focused on sharing portfolios, images or media.
I have been using viewbook for many years. I find it very easy to use and the customer service is great Love the look of it and has a easy SEO
I would recommend Viewbook. It is pretty easy to use and change your albums up.
I would, it's easy in use and they have a very dedicated helpdesk. Absolutely recommendable.
I highly recommend Viewbook. Great for photographers. Very, very good customer service.
I like it, it makes for a clean layout which I like. Though for a business it doesn’t give a ton of utility, it’s more suited towards portfolios.
I would recommend it.
I do recommend it.The price is a little bit steep but I have always liked the ease of use and the minimal aesthetic.
I really recommend viewbook. I have them around 5years and I enjoy it. It’s very easy to use
I’ve used several different website builders in the past, viewbook has been my favorite. As a fine artist it has given me the most customizable features and value for my dollar. I would recommend them for someone that wants more customizable features.
I use and i can recommend Viewbook, it's simple and convenient to use. Perhaps there are a few new features missing
I would highly recommend it.
When I investigated changing my web host several years ago, I looked in detail at Squarespace for of all. Whilst I was impressed with the control one had over design and layout I actually found it over complicated. The Viewbook template, on the other hand had fewer options but its basic premise (a minimalist base) was very good and gave me more than enough design options and its CMS was very easy to use and very efficient.
The other aspect I’ve been impressed with is their service. They are a small team led by brothers (I have three brothers so I related to this!), but more importantly they respond to any problem or request immediately and have actioned what they’ve said. For example, I asked if they could introduce more type faces for their fonts. Within weeks several new fonts appeared.
i would recommend Viewbook.
I use it for years and they have kept up with developments on the web. It is an easy way to present your portfolio in professional way.
simple, cheap and they do updates all the time.
At the time of looking for a suitable web portfolio provider I felt that Viewbook satisfies all I required.
I have been happy with my choice.
As I have not looked at what is on offer from other providers at the moment, all I would say is that at the time they seamed a good option.
I'm happy with it. The only thing that I'm missing is a fill in form at the contact page.
But I would recommend it!
I definitely would recommend view book! Its platform is very “usage friendly” and allow me to make fast change.
I would recommend it, the design of the templates are often changing which gives more options, plus the price I think is quite reasonable compared to others.
I would, I have used viewbook for a good few years and it has been very good
Viewbook is easy to use & is enough flexible for me to build a nice portfolio.
I recommend it
I am content with the Viewbook.
I like Viewbook very much - it was a good price and easy to use (after figuring out it's eccentricities) and they have good support
I think that their site is very easy to use and really geared to creative professionals.
I really like Viewbook! Very clean, simple, easy to use.
I like this plateforme, it's creative and intuitive And simple!!!
The team is really cool and reactive, available to answer quickly, But they miss some things, like, It difficult to post gifs... So, there some good, and some bad, but more happy than unhappy Let’s say I would rate 7 on 10!
Yes, easy to use.
Viewboook is easy and works well. The minus is the customisation not so flexible. At the end I am satisfied.
I would recommend it 100%. Clean look, easy of use, friendly support...
I don’t love it, just too busy to switch at the moment
I recommend viewbook think that its a good platform ....
I like Viewbook so far. It might be because I’m lazy to look for another/better website but I like the simple design of Viewbook. It fits my aesthetic.
Yes I do,
Its really easy:)
I would not recommend it. It can be kind of hard to navigate things and the help that you get when you contact them can take a while.
Ive been with viewbook for years but just switched to Squarespace.
I would have done, but their accompanying app doesn't work with the new IOS.
I can really recomand it to photographers.
for photographers, I think it’s comfortable platform
I would not recommend Viewbook, they do not offer enough flexibility and I am currently looking to move to another platform or have my own website build.
With Viewbook there is very little flexibility to work with text and photos without making your own slides in photoshop etc, there are no dropdown menus which could be very useful for me since my work is fairly diverse.
Overall Viewbook seems like an outdated platform and I think the developers have gotten a little lazy.
I am happy with most issues with Viewbook except of the price… too expensive
I would surely recommend it and did already a few times Very easy to use and manage yourself.
Viewbook is ok, could be better, especially tekst layouts, but it is not expensive. I don’t do al lot with it.
I have used it for a long time now and it's easy to rearrange when needed.
would definatley recommend it great platform and easy to use!
I recommand it but there is no app for android and that's a loss !
I would recommend it.
i am a big fan, it is fast, simple, responsive, good quality images.
Viewbook is okay !
But to be honest don't know much about other platform.
I've been using Viewbook since the very beginning, and never change.
I'm sure things could be a lot better, but for me, it's very simple to update, and the team has always been amazing.
They have been answering any question over the years in few hours, fixed bugs for me, even gave me a free subscription for a year of more at the very beginning. And they've been improving the platform a lot since they started.
So, no complains on my side.
For quite some years I work with Viewbook, love it!
I’d recommend it definitely, it’s very easy to use :)
I think Viewbook is a great portfolio for photographers!
No I wouldn’t recommend it. Scarce customization options, no video, awful for paging texts.
It’s pretty simple but I wouldn’t recommend it. They rarely update, have limited functionality. On the upside it’s easy to use.
i recommend it because it’s very easy !
i would recommand using Viewbook to build a portfolio.
Its not too expensive and easy to use.
it seems to work fine. Though I don’t do anything with it now. I use Instagram more. But the viewbook does the basic job :)
Yes, I would.
I like Viewbook. Its super easy to use I just wish you could customize it more.
It’s been a long time since I set it all up, but I don’t remember having any problems. Customer service is great.
I would most definitely recommend Viewbook. It's very easy to personalize and maintain.
I wouldn't recommend it. I'm looking to get out.
I like it and would recommend.
Love it. Easy to use. Beautiful layout. Excellent customer service. Pity it costs quite a bit.
I find it works well for a photographer’s portfolio.
I would! Definitely!!
I've had Viewbook for several years and it works fine for me.
It works well and the team is answering fast and profesionaly
no, I will switch to WIX ASAP.
I like it, easy to add and drop images to update it
I would have in the past, but currently I am not happy with it
Yes its good. Simple to use and update and cost effective.
It works for an electronic portfolio and the fee is reasonable. If had no issues using it. Page layout is somewhat limiting, but it’s good enough for my purposes.
Viewbook is simple and easy. It’s quickly to make gallery but not too much customizable. Now the app doesn’t work. Probably there is better around but it works.
The way I use it yes I would recommend it. Very easy to use.
I think is one of the best
it works pretty well, but a bit expensive.
I like the clean artsy look
it's ok. I feel like it's only run by 1 person. But they are pretty responsive. No complaints.
We will totally recommend it, it is super easy and you have many great composition options.
I do recommend it for the purposes I’m using it for. Never had any problems with the platform. For photography it’s great.
I like it because it’s easy to set up and to update but I don’t really use my website for my business.
I like Viewbook. Its easy to use/navigate/update for the most of the things I need to do.
I like it
it's easy and works. Probably not a million lay out options but it works once you get the platform down.
probably not; it doesn't work for mobile well, at least, my site doesn't. Not bad, but not great.
It’s very easy to make a simple web site, and it wasn’t hard to figure out. I know people work them way more fancy than mine is. I would reccomend it.
I would recommend it.
It’s quite simple to use but limited options to customise the feel and not as intuitive as it could be. Once up and running it’s great.
I like to use I always recommend to every friend
They should pay me I promote them a lot hehe
I must say that Viewbook is an excellent portfolio builder. I don’t have any blame against.
I fully recommend Viewbook, its easy to work and build a professional website.
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