I think you webflow dudes should think about more features that are built for designers. A big chunk of the webflow market is designers and right now, for a designer that doesn't code, it doesn't really feel like it's made with people like me in mind... and I speak for a number of designers here in israel we had a debate on it
Should be a lot more "preset" features to choose from, like different gallery types, basic page layouts, social plugins, navbar options, stuff that you see a lot here on the forum that we designers struggle with and for developers it's a walk in the park. almost every question I ask in the forum is answered with "learn html/css" but that's exactly the reason I'm here, so i don't have to That's understandable because most of the forum members here are developers or designers/coders, and that's too bad the designer community has a lot to offer!!
I think the real breakthrough for webflow will happen when it will be true paradise for people who don't know and don't want to know code. That's a big audience that I think you are missing out of right now. Including me, that is the only reason that i don't dive in to webflow. Wix feels really "old" compared to webflow that is to me truly cutting edge, but when it comes down to business, it's easier to build a website in wix because I have so much features to choose from and I NEVER had to mess with code. I used squarespace, weebly, folyou and every other site you can imagine, Webflow is the best in terms of a lot of pretty words i don't know to pronounce in english, The only thing missing is MAKE IT EASY!