… the best showcase for your content. It’s great for blogging, portfolios, events, travel and whatever you’re thinking right now. Full-screen and immersive, with no columns or blogrolls. Your pictures and words fill the page edge-to-edge: memorable, beautiful, distraction-free.
I’ve had a good look around the site and have played around with it a bit. It looks to be a great site for sharing hi-res photos (with text) and really does a great job of making things look good. This is definitely the USP – no templates to follow but rather your image/idea is the heart of the post.
To me it seems to be a more visual version of a Tumblr site – and that would probably how I would consider using it.
I can see Jux.com being a great platform for brands to partner with and certainly would be a great platform for small boutique style retailers to use in conjunction with (potentially in place of) a website. It’s free, easy to use and the results are excellent.
One to watch. I’m having a think about how I might do something with it.
Perhaps a food blog – been meaning to do one of those for a while.
For a more detailed first review of Jux.com and it’s capabilities i recommend reading this post. As this posts shows, it’s fairly easy to also use Jux.com to create items that can then be embedded into more traditional blog platforms (if you wish).