Many people create personalized, attractive wikis for their schools, businesses, and communities using our look and feel tools. Have a look at these examples to get ideas about what you can do with your own wikis.
The Western Sydney Institute is a post-secondary institute in Australia whose theme was designed by Jo Kay. As they have many distance learning students, their professional and branded look gives these students online classrooms that connect them to the school.
Warner Elementary School in Houston uses their wiki as a place for educators to share information and find resources. Designed by an educator at the school, Spencer Barfuss, their theme creates a friendly and appealing space for teachers to work together.
Esquire Empire is a community where Oklahoma lawyers can search local directories, find information about legal issues, and connect with other lawyers. This theme creates a professional space for the community to share resources and generate revenue.
This wiki was put together for workers in a global health organization to communicate, be informed about the latest organizational news and receive online training. The design is simple and with the icons on the left, it is very easy to navigate.
This wiki was designed by Alec Couros for his education graduate course at the University of Regina in Canada. Students can find course information or share articles with their peers. The design keeps the navigation simple and draws attention to the main text on the page.