What is Webflow?
Why We Like Webflow
The Webflow Designer uses a drag-and-drop approach with its HTML elements, making on-the-fly layout changes quick and easy. These elements are also clean and semantic, so you don’t have to worry about standards-compliance. These traits make it a great fit for both designers and developers.
With over half of all traffic coming from mobile devices, responsive design is more important than ever before. Webflow’s built-in breakpoints allow users to easily and quickly adjust the design for different screen sizes.
Who Should Use Webflow?
You may want to consider using Webflow for your site if you fall into any of the below categories:
With the fast timelines and changing needs that come with the startup territory, Webflow’s ability to empower everyone to make site adjustments without coding can be a powerful asset. In addition, their customizable CMS allows anyone to be a content editor—perfect for fast-moving industries.
Food / Drink
Food and drink websites often have simple content needs: operating hours, menus, and contact information. Although a builder platform like Squarespace may be top of mind, consider how Webflow’s customization options could help you stand out from the competition.
Splash / Landing Page
Sometimes you just need to get a little bit of content online quickly. In these instances, Webflow can be used to create a beautiful online destination for your brand.
It’s also worth noting that Webflow may not fit your needs. For example, you may have more complex needs or require additional functionality. In these instances, we recommend Craft CMS to get the most out of your website.
Anyone can start building a Webflow site with no payment required until launch. While the Designer does have an intuitive interface, users can find in-depth documentation and explanatory videos on Webflow University.