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  1. Depends on your needs! If you’re looking to do something pretty custom (avoid bloated themes)

    I’d suggest the following:

    1. Sketch – this will let you create your design look and feel.

    There are a lot of quality designers who can create beautiful, pixel perfect designs. Go for desktop and mobile versions. We use lapa (dot) ninja for inspiration on the latest design inspiration.

    2. WordPress + a drag and drop builder like Beaver Builder or Elementor.

    A decent developer will be able to take your design from s
    Sketch and convert it to WordPress while adding drag and drop functionality.

    In other words, it makes it simple to hand off to a client as they will have a completely custom design, but able to drag and drop as they see fit!

  2. Well, white labeling feels to me as removing the base of things where you are supposed to be proud of. I love WordPress and Beaver Builder, many plugins and so on. I also did not white label my Mercedes. People may see the tools I am using.

    I stopped most white labeling and in particular hiding stuff:
    1 .Some clients started learning WP and asked where stuff was.
    2. I had an nasty white label plugin update issue and the wrong menu items were revealed and hidden.
    Really my philosophy over the relationship I had with clients changed too. More toward the website being a shared venture and less of me being the provider of a solution

    We white label depending on the clients needs. One thing that would be great for the Beaver Builder Agency Plugin is to hide it from the actual plugin menu. Some clients want access to the plugins and if they then see the plugin that means they can see branding section. Which sort leaves the white-labeling useless unless you create them a very specific role which cannot see Beaver Builder.

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