Hi guys! I used webflow to prototype and design the website for Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Virginia.
Here are the links of the major pages I built:
Most links don't work, but you can use the menu to navigate to Kindergarten Registration at least, as well as schools and centers.
- Landing Page
- Kindergarten Registration
- Schools & Centers
- School Detail
- Staff Profile
- Secondary Page Styles
- Webflow Share Link so you can see how it was built
The final launched site is viewable at https://www.fcps.edu/
We basically did the initial base design in Photoshop..then I quickly translated the design to a webflow prototype. Our Front End Developers (FED) then took my webflow prototype and translated it into a Drupal 8 website for the client.
Our FEDs said that working with Webflow instead of Photoshop was really great, and much less frustrating than working off a Photoshop Document (PSD).
This was a first in terms of a workflow for us, and give a lot of credit to webflow for providing an awesome tool to help in creating such a large and complex website. When I first built it, webflow had not yet released flexbox so I created all my cards using traditional float methods. After flexbox was released, I re-did all my cards in flexbox and it was SO MUCH EASIER.
I was the designer working on this project, and I work for www.forumone.com