Pricing and Features

If you want to get your website templates from BoxedArt then you would have to get one of their membership options. Instead of charging customers on a per template purchase, they offer memberships so that customers get access to all the available templates in their collection and use the one they feel is best. This allows you to try out various templates before going with your choice and allows to change your layout as long as you have a subscription.

There are two membership options available with BoxedArt: Personal and Developer Membership. The Personal Membership allows you to use templates for a single entity only, such as a personal or business website. The Developer Membership allows you to make as many websites as you want for you and your clients (except for the 1 month subscription). Here is a look at the different subscription options with BoxedArt so you get a better idea of which one to get for yourself.

Personal Membership Options
1 Year Access6 Month Access3 Month Access1 Month Access
Developer Membership Options
1 Year Access + Dev. Bonus Documents6 Month Access + Dev. Bonus Documents3 Month Access + Dev. Bonus Documents1 Month Access + Dev. Bonus Documents


Customization Options

Instead of settling for a template made by another person that is not completely what you envisioned for your website, BoxedArt’s templates allow you to customize it to your needs. The templates you download on BoxedArt come with PSD files, which allow for complete customization on all the elements of design – which works even better if you are adept at Photoshop. That way you can get the theme that is closest to the idea you have for your brand’s identity and customize it to meet your needs as you see fit.

You can also have the company edit a template for you, whether it is one you downloaded from their libraries or one you got from another template provider. This allows you to get exactly the theme you want even if you do not have any technical skills at all. However, BoxedArt does charge a fee for this service starting at $225 for an HTML template, $350 for a Flash header template and $485 for a full Flash website.

The company can also customize other digital products such as corporate IDs, print products and other Flash media. All you would have to do is to get a quote on their website and have your custom project done.

Customer Support

When it comes to customer support, BoxedArt’s is very standard. They offer an FAQ section that addresses pretty much all of the concerns of a new or prospective customer and a knowledgebase for more in depth concerns. You can submit a support ticket by filling out an online form with your contact information and concern. The company does not offer any direct email address, live chat features or even hotline number for faster support resolution. You can follow their Twitter page and tweet your concerns to them.

What's the Verdict on BoxedArt?

Worth It, Some Issues

BoxedArt Review 2020 – Conclusion

If you are looking for the right template to use for your website or you are an aspiring developer looking for multiple templates to start off with, BoxedArt might be a good option. You can sign up for one of their membership plans and gain unlimited access to all the templates they have in their collection. This allows you to find the perfect one to represent your business online. You can even customize the templates yourself for a more personal feel, or you can pay a certain fee to have it customized by professionals working for the company so you can get a truly custom website. That said, if you are looking for templates that are modern, responsive and platform-specific, then this service might disappoint. But if these do not bother you, then the unlimited nature of a BoxedArt subscription could very well be worth it.