Squarespace is a SaaS-based content management system (CMS) which is composed of a website builder, blogging platform andhosting service. The service allows individuals and businesses to create and maintain websites and blogs. Squarespace was launched in 2004 and is a drag and drop website builder specifically focused on providing rich-imagery, highly polished / finished experiences for website builders. The visual experiences are undeniably rich, causing to believe that Squarespace is targeting a unique segment of users such as designers, businesses, portfolio driven websites, and such. Squarespace currently powers more than 1.8 million websites, which in appearance is much lower than other website builders such as Wix or Weebly. But one significant distinction is that all websites created by Squarespace are paid, whereas an unknown number (can suspect a fairly high number) of websites created with Weebly or Wix are free. Squarespace Review Highlights Squarespace provides you with beautiful, rich imagery, designer templates that undeniably command your attention right off the bat. Our first thought of their templates is that they are clean, minimalistic and gives off a sophisticated vibe. They definitely project a highly finished quality, as if a designer has invested months in polishing them. We particularly appreciated their clean lines which is a nice contrast to other website builders’ templates which could be a bit noisy. Here are some website examples that their customers have built. All Squarespace templates are responsive, meaning that you can resize your browser and the content (including the images, slideshows) will also automatically resize to help give you and your visitors optimized viewing experiences. This is especially helpful if your visitors tend to use mobile devices (certainly an upward trend for most users). Squarespace gives you extensive styling options that a lot of other website builders do not have. We’re not saying that you can’t do those types of customizations with other website builders, it’s just that Squarespace makes it very easy for you to customize your website’s design without editing codes. So this option works great especially if you are not a coding ninja. For example, you can adjust the fonts, colors, image opacity, sidebar width, background images, sizes, spacing / padding, etc of just about anything on a Squarespace website.