Sandvox plus the “Imagine” design were the winning combination for Ronald C. Flores, of Puerto Rico, who built his “Skålnoticias” website for Skål International Puerto Rico.
“My club members think I am an expert web designer and, of course, I am not. Sandvox made me look good.”
Sandvox plus the “Blueball Reactive Dark 3” design were the winning combination for Stephen Bennett, of San Diego, California, who made his “Captivate Project” website using the Mac-based website builder.
“My seven-year-old could use it to make her website... I figured that's good enough for me and my wife!”
To build “Bristol Soft Tissue Massage,” Peter Kramer, of Bristol, United Kingdom, chose Sandvox and the “Blueball Reactive Brown” design.
“What worked well for me this time was that I could change the design even after my website was already well organised.”
“As I just stated, I think that the webcast instructions really helped. Because of that I was willing to buy the software without a test run and found it to be, so far, as easy as it was advertised in getting our page up and running. I was able to publish the home page within an hour of...” — K. Lebsock
Sandvox along with the “Urban Forest” design did the job for Jane A. Beal, of Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, who created her “Lucky Dog Cambridge” website and published it using the popular website creation software for the Mac.
“Sandvox does not require any programming skills to use. If you can type a letter, you can create a website.”