So, you wanna use Webflow?

Webflow is honestly one of the best platforms we have ever used. Nothing comes close. It's not only a system that gives you the most design flexibility to design and build anything, but it is crazy fast and super easy to use.

If you're really wanting to make your site the best it can be, Webflow is definitely the best candidate for the job.

Stage 1

Planning

Every well executed web project tee's off with a great deal of planning, goal setting and narrowing down of ideas. We'll guide you through the process so we have everything we need to build a site that site performs admirably.

Stage 2

Design & Build

Now for the exciting part... pulling all our goals, features and ideas  and tying them all together into a user friendly, attractive Webflow website. We usually start with the home page, and once that's nailed - the rest of the pages tend to just fall into place!

Stage 3

Deployment

Woo! We've finally got our Webflow site up and running and ready for the users to come and visit.

An awesome thing about Webflow is that it is now super easy to build a site in Webflow and then convert it to another technology (such as Netlify CMS or Ghost) to use their platform. This means you aren't tied in to having to pay for the Webflow costs. Which is awesome! Right?

Frequently Asked Questions

Some Answers

I haven't heard of Webflow - are they any good?

Yes, Webflow is a pretty new kid on the block that maybe none of your friends are using - but by god, are they missing a trick!

Webflow is a crazy fast, powerful and flexible page builder that puts together some really impressive looking sites. The platform has a pretty awesome ready to go CMS system where you can set up layouts for dynamic data input and other crazy cool ideas.

They are kind of expensive, can I avoid paying for their subscriptions?

Totally, a great thing about Webflow is that is is a super great platform to build the skeleton of your site on and then convert it to something like Jamstack, or Ghost or then integrate snipcart to make a headless ecommerce store (very techy-sounding I know)

In plain English speak - you don't need to pay the subscriptions, there a lot of free hosting providers out there.

Webflow vs Wordpress

This is definitely a tough one. Your goals will really have a massive impact on which platform ultimately will work best. If you are building a basic blogging system, we would definitely recommend Webflow and converting the template to something like ghost. Ghost is a beautiful platform you can self host that is really nice and easy to blog from. Using something like Wordpress for this may become a chore and distract from the fun of blogging.

However, if you are wanting to build something like trainsaferesources.com (a full LMS system, with eCommerce and user management roles_ we'd be using Wordpress because there are a ton of ready to go plugins to build it on. Whereas with Webflow, you simply wouldn't be able to put something like that together because the platform has limitations.

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We're just as excited as you are to get going on a new project! Shoot us a message below and we'll see how we can help!

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