WWW… Wednesday! Design and Develop Websites Together with WebFlow

by | Aug 17, 2017

WebFlow is a new web-based tool that allows designer and developers to create premium quality websites quickly and efficiently. Web Flow provides an integrated environment for both design and development.Using Web Flow, you can create fully-featured websites with perfectly-coded HTML and CSS in one to two hours.

The Web Flow interface is lightning fast and smartly designed with intuitive menus and prompts that render the website creation process virtually effortless.

To get started with the app, a starter plan is all that is necessary. In order to make fully featured websites as a design freelancer one would need a Pro membership however. On registration, you are taken to a page where they have the option to start with a blank page, choose from a free template or one of their many gorgeous premium templates. Once a template is selected, you enter the Designer editing mode and a rich, intuitive environment is displayed.

WebFlow Designer

One can choose layout options, edit text modules, choose from multiple pages, and view and edit CMS collections. To get a primer on how to use the app, the site also has many video tutorials, courses and guides.

For inspiration, the site has a showcase of top quality websites made using WebFlow. Freelance designers who use WebFlow in their design process are also featured on the site including those for hire. The design community at WebFlow is quite robust and designers can join teams and work together on larger scale projects too.

Laurent Desserrey Website

 

Nick Vandermolen Website

To take a look at WebFlow, visit https://webflow.com/.

Margaret Penney is the Managing Editor of Notes on Design. Margaret is a teacher, designer, writer and new media artist and founder of Hello Creative Co.

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