iBuilt has been awhile, and it shows. The templates, of which there are nearly 80, are not well designed, and apart from being mobile responsive, there’s nothing about them that says “modern website.” Templates aim to be adaptable to various purposes, so, in theory, you could build a site for medical purposes or education, restaurants or marketing, or even portfolios. The trouble is that you have to do significant customizations to make the template work for any of these purposes because the templates are so vaguely constructed.
iBuilt offers three pricing plans, beginning at $19.95/month for a regular website and going up to $39.95/month for e-commerce functionalities. Even though there are plenty of good features included for those prices, like up to 40 email addresses and specialized e-commerce tools, these prices are still quite steep. This is especially true given that you can’t download the site and that the support system is no better than average. When you factor in that the templates are dated and the editor has a poor workflow, iBuilt just isn’t worth the price.