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Blog for Webflow!


#1

Hi guys!
We're interested in seeing if there are any Webflow users out there that would be interested in blogging about Webflow to be featured on blog.webflow.com. It's hasn't been created yet, so don't get too excited smile

A post every month or two about why you like Webflow, and how it changes your workflow would be great. We're extremely excited to see what everyone has been making, and we'd love to give you guys the opportunity to share your experiences with the world.

DM me directly if you'd be interested!


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#4

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Hello, I would like to do that, I' have been using webflow and I love it, it has a long way to go but I think it will be the best soon.


#6

Hi @brryant

I will gladly do it in the future when multipage will be implemented. Also I'm still troubled by the "no export/import options" for a product of this level.

But at I this point I really appreciate all I can do with it !

Cheers from Montréal


#7

I would be happy to help blog about my thoughts and uses for Webflow. Though I would be really happy to see you implement the blogging features after multi page support has been added.

I am really enjoying Webflow, being limited to single page documents/sites, is the single reason why I have not switched to a paid plan yet.

( My two cent's worth ) Some people, including myself, might be interested in a Personal Plan which included the capability for more sites ( at least till multi-page support is added ), with out the need for custom domains.

..Z


#8

I'd love to. I don't consider myself a developer by any means, but Webflow has pretty much enabled me to quick develop beautiful and valid frontend code QUICKER than most front-end developers I work with.

More than happy to support and spread the word.


#9

I would be happy to write occasionally about Webflow. I would imagine you're looking for the following sorts of items:

  1. discuss a live project worked on in Webflow
  2. talk about problem solving
  3. how a new feature was implemented
  4. general web things and how Webflow interacts
  5. feature requests and advantages

etc etc
Count me in.

T
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#10

I'd be interested in contributing on occasion. I can imagine finding topics on using webflow as a UX designer, and from the perspective of a lower to mid-level css guy using webflow as a way to firm up my grasp of css properties in general, and of course just on cool ways to use webflow.

Allen


#11

I'd be happy to help! smile Webflow has been an awesome experience and I'm amazed at what I've been able to build despite not being a professional designer and despite only having basic html/css knowledge.


#12

We would be happy to help. Can talk about how we are using Webflow to launch an MVP and transitioning from packaging design to web design smoothly through Webflow!


#13

I'd also be glad to offer my input and experience. Just let me know how I can help. You guys got a great thing going here. Keep up the good work!


#14

sure, why not smile

RN


#15

I've been using Webflow to create my personal website for the last few weeks. I love it. Absolutely, love it! After I'm done with this design, I'd love to write about my experiences using webflow.


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