Over 300,000 people have tried Layers and close to 10% of those who have downloaded it, use it on a daily basis.
Up until today we had no way of showcasing some of the awesome sites that have been built using Layers but, with the recent launch of our Showcase extension, we finally have the means to create such a gallery.
Each month the top 3 submissions will be promoted via our newsletters, tweets and Facebook updates
Built With Layers is a brand new section on Layers which will showcase your talent and what you’ve created. Each month we will pick the three best submissions and include them in newsletters, tweets and Facebook posts. We want to make sure that your work gets the exposure it deserves and believe this new gallery will serve that purpose.
Since soft-launching the Submission Page last week, we have already had over 50 entries to the gallery and 30 approved for listing. We have been pleasantly surprised with some of the creations and cannot wait to see what will come in the in future!
In Partnership with One Page Love
When the first sprinkles of the new gallery came to be, we immediately wanted to add some authority to it and what better way to do that than to work with the best in the web gallery business? One Page Love is one of the most popular Web Galleries on the web where only the best quality designs get listed. As Built With Layers grows we are looking forward to seeing some of your creations make the cut on One Page Love too.
As part of our partnership, Rob Hope – the founder of One Page Love – will review the months top 3 Layers submissions as part of our partnership with OPL!
How to Submit Your Website
Website submission is really simple. Just head over to our submission page and fill in your details. Once you’re done, hit submit, and we will take care of the rest. If we consider your site worthy of a listing then we will contact you once it’s live.
To end, we will leave you with this little gem from Rob Hope:
“Attention spans are diminishing online. What would your perfect client want to see? Now reverse engineer it. Declutter the interface, showcase only your best work and focus on telling your story. No more, no less.”