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Does anybody exclusively use Webflow to design websites for clients


#1

I am currently building my portfolio with the intention offering Website Design Services. I just wanted to know if anyone else offering website design exclusively using Webflow and if so what challenges they have faced?


#2

I do, mainly because I hate coding and other website builders (such as muse) are nowhere near as good as webflow.

The challenge I normally face is getting people to pay for the monthly costs. They expect to pay only a few euros a year or use some dodgy hosting service. I have found that if I explain every benefit that the webflow hosting provides they usually agree.


#3

:point_up:t2: I have to say that I’m like that, I only use Webflow to build sites for my clients.

The main challenge I’ve found is to find solutions that webflow doesn’t support like forums, e-commerce (until now), subscriptions, user registration and so on. But if you can partner with a coder, learn how to code, or even hire one you can offer pretty much everything or at least the vast majority of the digital solutions business are looking for.


#4

Hi Rayn,

Hope you are doing well!

I have sent you email. Please go through that.

Regards,
Hayden.


#5

My main challenge is the same as @aaronocampo, I prefer to use Webflow over any other solution, and the majority of the time I can. However, I’ve had some problems when a project is in mid development, or even after a project has finished, and the clients asks for a feature that Webflow does not support (e.g. users registering for a membership). The conversation I have with my client at that point is not an easy one. It usually means exporting the code and migrating the site to WordPress so that I can use plugins to add the required functionality, or even hire a developer to write it custom.