They’re possibly my all time favorite YouTube video series ever if not the top educational crash course ever. He’s FAST, funny, and does the presidential “Here’s what I’m going to say. Now I’m saying it. Here’s what I just said” format and doesn’t waste time.
Here’s what I would recommend considering:
Because you already have some solid content, and good idea of your site structure, and it seems you know what you want, you could go a couple ways… 1) keep going at it the way you are and you’ll pick it up. It takes 10,000 hours to fully master anything. 9200 of those hours are learning how NOT to do things. Sounds silly but it’s true. I enjoy getting it wrong because I like designing and programming. If you’re on a time crunch, need a return on investment sooner, or not into it then 2) consider hiring a freelancer who can use your existing content to create a solid 1-pager PLUS an additional template you can use for new pages that you can copy and edit at your leisure after it’s structured in a more consistent way.
The videos will help… and with Google Chrome and the Tape 2.0 Extension from the Chrome Store (to measure the screen and element spacing) you can LITERALLY use webflow to copy any design you see on the web as your own template. PM me if you have any specifics that come up.