Build A Beautiful Website Without Any Coding Skills Or Design Know-How With Breezi

Yaara Lancet 21-06-2013

how to build a websiteNot being a coder, I’m always on the lookout for easy ways to build beautiful websites that require no coding skills Make Your Own Free Multipurpose Web Page With Google Sites Let's learn how to use Google Sites, and how to create your own website with it in just a few simple steps. Read More , and just over a year ago I discovered Breezi Breezi Lets You Design An Amazing Website Without Writing One Line Of Code Breezi won’t let you build a whole website in minutes. This is not because it’s any less good, but because there are way more options to take advantage of. Breezi is a full-fledged HTML5 website... Read More . A new service at the time, Breezi caught my attention for both its ease of use and abundance of features, and proved itself a reliable and stable solution for building websites.


Since then, Breezi has developed and changed, and added new features such as PlaceIt — a brilliant service for creating product shots with realistic hardware and your own images. So, checking it out every other became a sort of habit for me. But nothing prepared me for the awesomeness that’s the new Breezi, which now boasts something it calls “the world’s first design engine”.

Don’t worry, Breezi is still all about creating websites, and if anything, it’s even easier to use. All you have to do is pick your favorite design elements, mix them all together, shake well, and publish.

What In The World Is A Design Engine?

I know, it sounds like yet another meaningless buzzword, and these were my thoughts exactly when I headed over to to see what the noise was about. Turns out that Breezi’s new DesignBot is just what it claims to be: a design engine for picking your favorite website design out of 60 billion unique possibilities (no, I didn’t count, but it sure looks like a lot).

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Tell Breezi’s design engine what your website is about, and watch as it spits out a variety of colorful designs for you to choose from. There are 27 different layouts, over 200 basic colors, and 3 different fonts styles (each including numerous different fonts) in Breezi, so before you do anything, the options are already pretty much endless.


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So there are plenty of templates to choose from, according to the website you’re building. That’s nice, but it’s nothing new, and it’s definitely not a “design engine”. So what makes Breezi’s idea different from other website-making services?

Get Breezi’s DesignBot To Give You a Perfect Design

Breezi is ridiculously easy to use. You do not need to have any coding skills, and it requires no knowledge at all about building websites. Start by giving your website or service a name, and picking one of the available website categories. The category you pick will affect the suggestions you get, but you can change this at any time during the design process.

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You now get to browse some sample websites offered by Breezi, which encompass all relevant layouts and every possible color scheme and font style. Sounds general? It’s time to narrow it down, and there are several ways to do this. The easiest one is to simply pick a design you like, and tell Breezi what you liked about it.

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That’s the beauty of Breezi’s design engine — the design you start with doesn’t have to be perfect from the word go. Do you like just the layout? Only the color scheme? Tell Breezi what you like, and the engine will adjust its suggestions accordingly. Follow this process until you have something you’re truly happy with in terms of colors, layout, content, fonts, and backgrounds.

Alternatively, and especially if you have a better idea of what you like, you can use the top menu to choose your favorite base color, layout or font style, and help Breezi along with its suggestions.


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If you feel like you’ve made a wrong decision and locked in a design element you don’t actually like, you can always remove the tick mark from that element, and go back to getting randomized results. You can also start everything over from the Info menu on the top right.

Once your design is set, click the Pick This button, choose a URL for your website ( and you’re on your way to creating your perfectly designed website!

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Making The Website Yours

According to your chosen category and name, Breezi tries to fill in the gaps with text that makes sense. You’re still might want to change that, as well as the images, font sizes, etc. Editing elements in your new Breezi page is as easy as clicking on them. Type in your new text, swap your images around (use the built-in image editor to enhance your pictures), and drag and drop elements around to change their position.

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If you’re feeling more confident about the process, Switch over to “Content mode” where you can edit the entire website from a cleaner, more centralized interface. Click on any element and choose “Edit content” to switch to this mode, or click on “Content mode” in the bottom toolbar.

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The layout and style you’ve chosen are not there to limit you, but to help you. If you want to change things around, there are plenty of ways to do this. Aside from dragging elements, deleting them and duplicating them, you can also add numerous apps to your page such as an image carousel, your Instagram feed, Facebook Page, maps, videos, and more. Some apps, such a a mini shop, framed slideshow and social sharing buttons are not free, and will cost you several dollars each. Most of the apps on Breezi are free, though.

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Every element on the page is completely customizable through the Styles tab, and if want, you can also apply skins to your website, although it should already be to your liking after using the design engine. If you’re building a multiple-page website, the Pages tab is where you can add additional pages. Any new page you create can be a copy of your already existing page, or include only some elements from it, as you wish.

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All in all, using Breezi at this point is a very similar experience to the one I wrote about a year ago Breezi Lets You Design An Amazing Website Without Writing One Line Of Code Breezi won’t let you build a whole website in minutes. This is not because it’s any less good, but because there are way more options to take advantage of. Breezi is a full-fledged HTML5 website... Read More , so check out that review if you need more details.

Once you’re done, hit the Publish button, and you’re live! Breezi websites are mobile friendly, and the preview feature shows you exactly what it’s going to look like on a mobile screen. Check out the sample website I made in 5 minutes for proof on how easy it is.

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Who Is Breezi Good For?

In one word, everyone. My favorite thing about Breezi is that it suits almost any skill level, from total beginners to experienced users. The design engine makes it even more friendly than it used to be, enabling anyone to choose a good-looking design and publish a website in minutes, without dealing with color matches, layouts, etc.

For the more experienced user, Breezi includes fine-tuned controls for most details, and paid users ($9/month) can use their own domains and get rid of the small Breezi branding at the bottom of every page. If you’re looking to build a beautiful website for free or for a very affordable price, do give Breezi a try.

What’s your favorite way to build websites without coding? Let us know in the comments!

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  1. alikhan2100
    June 27, 2013 at 7:57 am

    going to try it for sure (: Used WordPress, Weebly, and Wix before.

  2. Yashodhan Bhatt
    June 22, 2013 at 5:44 am

    But its still not free,it charges $9/month..

    • Deb in California
      June 25, 2013 at 5:25 pm

      I have been using Breezi since Aug 2012. Love it, Love it, Love it.

      Had looked at all the usually referred sites and found them lacking much and costing MORE.

      Why don't you check it out before you dismiss out of hand.

      AND it is FREE with a page limit.

  3. Max
    June 21, 2013 at 9:40 pm

    Really, MUO?

    Either this is a sponsored article, or the writer has poor tastes.

    Why are you writing an article about one result out of 1000s of alike services in a google search?

    • Yaara Lancet
      June 22, 2013 at 8:25 am

      Hi Max,

      This is not a sponsored article, and I'm sorry you don't agree with my tastes. Personally, I love Breezi, have liked it for quite a while (you can read my article about it from last year).

      If you don't like the service, by all means, don't use it. There are many alternative, as you say.

      And for your question, why write about a service when there are many others like it, well, isn't that the purpose of a tech blog? To curate the good services out of the multitudes of available ones?

      • Max
        June 22, 2013 at 2:49 pm

        I just think Breezi isn't that special out of all those other website builders. Sorry.

        • Yaara Lancet
          June 23, 2013 at 6:45 pm

          I respect that. What similar service do you like and think is more unique? I'd love to get some suggestions.

        • Max
          June 23, 2013 at 7:06 pm

          I'd say wordpress, drupal, or any sort of CMS that doesn't have a static mixture of themes/minimal customization.

          I think readers would appreciate a tutorial on a cool new open source CMS that has more of a learning curve than this, considering I'm seeing articles on MUO on jQuery programming and raspberry pi.

        • Yaara Lancet
          June 24, 2013 at 5:38 am

          Hi Max,

          The thread is maxed out so I'll reply here. WordPress, Drupal, etc. are excellent, but they answer a completely different problem.

          Breezi is aimed at users who have no coding skills, no design skills, and have no wish to mess with a CMS at all. Naturally, if you're looking for an open source CMS with a learning curve, Breezi is not even aimed at you.

          We have many WordPress tutorials on MakeUseOf, and I'm sure that if a new and exciting CMS pops up, someone will write about it. :)

          Thanks for your feedback!

  4. Brian D
    June 21, 2013 at 12:13 pm

    I love this article. Very informative. I recently used weebly pro site builder and now I wish I knew about this. Thanks.

  5. Chiranthaka Jayakody
    June 21, 2013 at 6:01 am

    A quite useful tool for the beginners !

  6. Justin Dennis
    June 21, 2013 at 4:50 am

    Wix is a very popular website creator, but it seems to be more expensive than Breezi and doesn't offer a whole lot more compelling features, so I think that Breezi is probably a better option. I do like the Wix interface, but the Designbot thing seems good if you're a little indecisive (like me). I guess it all depends on if you know exactly what you want, or if you need a little design help. I'll have to give Breezi a try. Thanks!

    • Phuc Ngoc
      June 21, 2013 at 11:53 am

      How about WordPress?! I really want to hear your opinion.

      • Mohamed Alaa
        June 21, 2013 at 3:48 pm

        Choosing a website builder depends on the use case. for example wordpress, drupal etc... not actually made for people with no design skills and you need to have technical experience to build your own website. comparing to Breezi that takes care of the technical and the design skills and makes you focus on making money by writing a quality contents that attract customers.

        Mentioning the fact of the variety of apps Breezi Provides to you and the fact that you can choose your website between a 60 Billion Design Remix and guess what all of them are responsive and adaptive.

        coming to the most important part Breezi handle all the infrastructure for your. all what you need is a domain name you don't worry about backups or Security Issues or your site gets hacked!.

        That's what I think.

        • Phuc Ngoc
          June 24, 2013 at 1:22 am

          Thanks a lot, Mohamed! Really thoughtful, and I like the fact about "responsive and adaptive" design.