Hi Maxcot. Welcome to the forums.
I was wondering if that was the real question.
My take on this is always to look at the content—that is, what the page/site needs to say or present to the visitors. For example, what's the most important content? How should it best be ordered? Should it be divided into multiple pages? How should it be expressed/worded? Would a demo video/images etc. enhance the message? And so on ...
Asking these questions helps to establish an appropriate layout—or a simple wireframe to start with. Try to free yourself from typical design patterns and look at what the content is actually asking for. Once you've found a place for everything, you can then style it up appropriately ... but your design work is mostly done for you already by having let the content dictate the layout.
Then you also end up with a design that enhances the message of the site and helps visitors find what they need.
That's my view on it, anyway.