10 Chamber of Commerce Websites To Inspire You In 2016

Published: Thursday, January 28, 2016 | Tags: chamber of commerce, web design, website

For our most recent article on chamber of commerce websites, check out our blog post here!

It's a new year, and for many chambers of commerce, that means it's time to start thinking about a new website.

To help you get some new ideas for your 2016 redesign, we put together this list of 10 beautiful chamber of commerce websites. These sites include many of the latest design trends (and some still-relevant 2015 trends), including:

  • Long page layout
  • Vibrant colors
  • Super gradients
  • Flat icons
  • Hover effects
  • Transparency elements
  • Mobile-friendly design

In today's blog post, you'll find these design trends and more.  Enjoy, and get inspired by these amazing chamber websites!


Greenville Chamber of Commerce

Greenville Chamber of Commerce website

Rather than a traditional image rotator, the Greenville Chamber opted instead for a dynamic photo collage. Each image links to a news article, event, or page on the site. Other innovative design elements on this site include the vibrant "super gradients" and the color-changing text box used for the vision statement.  


Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Los Angeles Chamber website

This website features a stunning hero image and three circle-shaped buttons that link to high-value areas of the site. Parallax scrolling, animated loading, and hover effects encourage visitors to interact with the site.


Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce

Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce web design

The Tulsa Regional Chamber website is a great flat design with vibrant colors, clean icons, and a long page layout.


Putnam County Chamber of Commerce

Putnam County Chamber of Commerce website

The website for Putnam County Chamber of Commerce features unique line icons, a long page layout, and a vibrant color scheme with a nice use of transparency elements.


Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce

Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce website

Pop-up menus on the Fox Cities Chamber website make it easy for visitors to navigate to the four main sections of the site. The menus appear when you mouse over them.


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Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce

Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce website

The Paducah Area Chamber website features muted colors and stacked "quick link" buttons that translate beautifully onto a mobile device.


Clarksville Area Chamber of Commerce

Clarksville Chamber website design

The website for Clarksville Area Chamber uses an interesting mix of flat colors, transparency effects, and subtle textures in the navigation menu.


St. Joseph County Chamber of Commerce

St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce website

This website for St. Joseph County Chamber pairs beautiful photography with hollow icons and a generous use of whitespace.


Amelia Island-Fenandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of Commerce

This chamber website successfully presents a large amount of information in a clean design that doesn't overwhelm the visitor. Below the image rotator, visitors can find listers for events, news, and Instagram!


The Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce

The Outer Banks Chamber website

Circles are used in multiple areas of this website to drive traffic to high value web pages. The circles below the image rotator have a really interesting "zoom in" hover effect that occurs when you mouse over them.


To see more great chamber websites, check out our portfolio!


Your turn

We hope you were inspired by these stunning chamber of commerce websites!

Have you recently redesigned, or do you know of a great chamber website that you would like to share with our blog community? Post the URL in the comments section below!


For our most recent article on chamber of commerce websites, check out our blog post here!

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