35 Great Twitter Bootstrap Examples For Inspiration

March 14, 2013 · 7 comments

by Carsten

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Websites built with bootstrap takes account of the needs of mobile users by offering user-friendly layouts that automatically adapts to visitors screen resolutions no matter what device they use. In fact, visitors will never know the site was built using Twitter Bootstrap, which is one of the most mature and popular front-end development frameworks to craft websites that follow the guidelines of a fully responsive design. Creating mobile friendly websites are more important now than ever. The number of visitors using mobile devices to surf the web is increasing rapidly and if webmasters and website owners want to use the opportunity to attract new customers or followers it is a good idea to start preparing their site to meet future demands and trends.

Developers are using the advantages of Bootstrap to create elegant and ready-to-use Twitter Bootstrap templates or WordPress themes packed with advanced features helping customers to set up fully functional websites quickly that are responsive, user-friendly and easy to navigate on any device. This is a great opportunity for any serious business to take action now and prepare for future needs. If you are a web designer or developer, there are other popular CSS frameworks and responsive web design tools available that will help you create responsive websites that rock and keeping up with the latest trends in web design and getting inspiration for future projects is always important.

This list of great Twitter Bootstrap examples is meant as an inspirational source of professional websites built with the Bootstrap framework to inspire you. You can use tools like Screenfly to explore how the layout of each website adapts as you resize browser size. If you know of someone who will find this article as interesting as you, please share it with them.


ElegantThemes
ThemeForest

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Mekonta

Mekonta

Drop My Email

Drop-My-EMail

Serps

Serps

Brewerydb

Brewerydb

Bringfood

Bringfood

Slowpal

Slowpal

Opencooks

Opencooks

SpikeCMS

SpikeCMS

Talk To The Manager

Talk-To-The-Manager

Gosquared

Gosquared

Thepinkleague

Thepinkleague

Leanix

Leanix

Amnet

Amnet

Dir

Dir

Soundearphones

Soundearphones

Breakingnews

Breakingnews

Artsumo

Artsumo

Notesurf

Notesurf

Miss Travel

Miss-Travel

Fiveaday

Fiveaday

Logobro

Logobro

Gv Web

Gvweb

Boat Charter Mallorca

Boat-Charter-Mallorca

Ubuntu Advantage

Ubuntu-Advantage

Flok

Flok

Resourceguruapp

Resourceguruapp

Happiness Metric

Happiness-Metric

Phraseapp

Phraseapp

Foodiebytes

Foodiebytes

Thehubcycleshop

Thehubcycleshop

Brewshuffle

Brewshuffle

Menu Movies

Menumovies

Getyourkliks

Klik

Lerlop

Lerlop

Catmoji

Catmoji

Author : Carsten

Carsten started writing for Tripwiremagazine in 2011 and is a blogger who likes to write about WordPress topics, web design, photography, blogging, new tech stuff, gadgets, gaming etc.

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Love Bootstrap June 21, 2013 at 12:21 pm

Great round up. Thanks for putting together, Carsten.

If you want to see more great examples of sites using Bootstrap (205 to-date), we run a Bootstrap Showcase site where we feature the worlds best Bootstrap sites.

Get some Bootstrap inspiration for your next project by popping over and browsing through some very tasty Bootstrap eye-candy at lovebootstrap.com

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Murad June 16, 2013 at 2:46 pm

Great inspiration. I just did a bootstrap website if you want to check it out http://www.pwanihostels.com thank you :)

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depain February 17, 2013 at 10:57 am

I am bit confused… Please clear me… Whether Twitter Bootstrap and Responsive websites are same term or is there any difference… If yes than please guide me…

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Carsten March 5, 2013 at 9:56 pm

Responsive websites is simply a general term for website layouts that adapt automatically to various screen sizes. There are many different frameworks designers can use to craft a responsive design. Twitter Bootstrap is just one of them and also one of most popular CSS frameworks. There are also Skeleton, Foundation and many other similar frameworks that enable web designers to accomplish exactly the same thing – a responsive/adaptive layout that makes it a great experience for mobile users.

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Sam Joch February 15, 2013 at 12:06 am

Thanks for this list ;-)

Really great choices !

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Troy Wilson February 13, 2013 at 6:28 am

Graphics and logos designs used in this collection are awesome. Thanks for sharing such an great collection with all of us.

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Mohammad Musharrof February 11, 2013 at 11:17 am

Really, Nice Collection

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