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$12 per Month billed Annually or $15 per Month billed Monthly
Best for simple sites that don't need a CMS
All the Site Plans Includes
$16 per Month billed Annually or $20 per Month billed Monthly
Best for blogs and other content-driven sites
$35 per Month billed Annually or $42 per Month billed Monthly
Best for higher traffic marketing sites and blogs
$36 per Month billed Annually or $39 per Month billed Monthly
Perfect for new businesses getting off the ground.
$72 per Month billed Annually or $79 per Month billed Monthly
Best for higher volume businesses that need additional features
$212 per Month billed Annually or $235 per Month billed Monthly
Scale and reach new heights for your online business
Everything you need to get started building with Webflow, and it is Free forever
All the Account Plans includes these Features
$16 per Month billed Annually or $24 per Month billed Monthly
Export your code and unlock more pages for your unhosted projects
$35 per Month billed Annually or $42 per Month billed Monthly
Best for active freelancers and designers who need more projects and premium features
$35 Per User Per Month billed Annually or $42 per User per Month billed Monthly
Work on projects together in a collaborative, shared dashboard
For teams of 25 or more
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Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 14/12/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
Pros: I've been a Webflow user for a few years now and I absolutely love it!
As digital designer I've had my share of designing websites, and having them implemented by other developers, and let's face it, most of the times the outcome just isn't what you expect.
Webflow totally changed the way I work nowadays. I can design websites and build them from scratch, add really cool and smooth animations, work on mobile versions and deploy in such a short time. And I'm actually happy and proud of the end result!
The level of customisation Webflow allows without any coding knowledge is amazing, though you can do quite a lot more if you can code a bit.
When working on more complex development projects, with a lot of back-end work, I use webflow to build the front-end and send it over to the back-end developers, and so far it has proved to be a really smooth collaboration.
Cons: Webflow hosting can get a bit pricey, particularly if you project needs the CMS features. Not every client can see the value of a more expensive hosting, but the ones that do are happy with their choice
Webflow is a fabulous way for non-technical entrepreneurs, marketers, and even designers to quickly build and iterate on the web. The ease of use and the UI/UX is my favorite part of Webflow. I know experienced designers that use webflow as well as non-technical marketers that have an even playing field.
I dislike that I don't know CSS. I wish I could do more with Webflow but that's on me.
Just give it a try! They have a free trial and if you are switching from a more robust tool, you may like how simple this is.
Webflow helps me create product testing landing pages for entire businesses so that I can get feedback quickly rather than wasting valuable time and resources pursuing a dead-end.
You can build interfaces very quickly. The tools are very powerful and everything works very well. No need to be writing code or be an expert developer.
So far I have not had problems with Webflow. It is possible that something can happen but for the moment everything is going well.
This software is highly recommended and I have been able to have truly professional results. I have also learned a lot about web development thanks to Webflow. I love.
It is very useful to create interfaces, prototypes and even fully functional web pages, everything depends on the type of project. In my case I'm a graphic designer and Webflow has helped me create the pages according to my ideas. This makes the developers have less workload and focus on the functionality of the web project.
It has the tools and features I need to fix my pictures.
Not a wide range of features to pick from.
It makes me photoshop pictures really nicely.
The best part about Webflow is how quick designing a website becomes. You can see your website come to life as you make changes to the layout and design. It is super simple to add custom code and integrations.
Whitelabeling doesn't occur until the most expensive plan. Most companies that use a pricing tier structure remove their brand at the lowest paid level.
Quick design process, fully customized e-commerce sites, integrations, and the content management system makes creating landing pages as easy as filling out a small form.
I learnt about this product from Ran Segall and he provides very fun and simple tutorials online on how to design websites for UIUX Designers on Webflow instead of Sketch or Figma or Invision Studio. The product allows for simple coding to be done so it can be shipped live very quickly. Definitely a great tool for Freelance UIUX Designers working with Startups or Businesses.
Perhaps for freelancers Webflow is a better choice but for designers working in a company that has already established Sketch as a tool for designing across all departments, it would not be useful to make the switch. It would not be feasible simply to switch from Sketch to Webflow at this point.
Great if you are a freelancer and would need to develop the website as well for your client.
You can create a complete website with professional templates, giving a very polished and current look. The interface is very nice.
It is a bit difficult to learn to master all its functions at first but it is possible to find intensive courses totally free.
It has helped me a lot to learn about web development thanks to this tool. I have been able to learn how to design for the web environment and how the contents should be structured. Excellent.
Webflow helps a lot in my company, especially the graphic designers, since in my case I make the models in webflow and I pass them to the development department so they can be perfected.
Pros: Webflow editor simply rocks, some website builders and over simplistic and as I developer I feel chained of it's developers choices. Others are way too messy, unnecesarily complicated.
Somehow Webflow has found the way to integrate an easy to use, clear and powerful editor with a powerful and fast hosting. Overall I love that I don't need to worry about the sites speed or Security (a big thing if you are a Wordpress developer, for example).
Developing on Webflow feels way easier and to the point experience, no plugins to update, no broken pages or "Oh, the cart stopped working last night", no xss vulnerabilities to attend and the list goes on. I also love that they included a CMS feature, that it's where most of their competitors lose against Webflow. Symbols are also really cool, saving up a lot of time!
Last is great that you can restrict what the editor can or can't change! Why should a blog writer be able to change the site layout?
Cons: The e-commerce feature is a bit raw yet, for example, you can't add an "Add to cart" button out of the single product view, for some use cases that would add an extra click to the interaction. Consider simple elements like different tickets for an event that you already explained, taking a user to a single view makes no sense there. Also the e-commerce plan is expensive, in my opinion. For that price, I could use Shopify for example.
The pricing plans sometimes feel a bit complicated to understand, maybe renaming Account plans for Freelancer or Reseller plans could help.
Overall: After using Webflow for some projects I can say that is the best match for:
Small to medium-sized projects brochure-ware like or content-driven where your clients want to edit the content themselves, the editor interface is quite good and you can limit what the editor can edit so you won't end up with a broken page and your clients won't be worried about breaking it either.
It has a straightforward user interface and all the bells and whistles to get your site fully functioning and looking great.
There are cheaper options out there compared to the pricing Webflow offers
You can start for free! I say try it and see if you like the options they have before signing up for the monthly subscription. If you're like me and struggle with making a unique web design because you so many Wix sites and other competitors and you want to stand out in the crowd- definitely give Webflow a shot.
Creating eCommerce integrated sites for clients and giving them a beautifully designed site
Pros: What I design in Webflow EASILY translates for programmers, and what I see someone else has built, I can breakdown and replicate in Webflow. I've never seen something that enables me as a designer more than Webflow. The fact that the code is usable by programmers is unimaginable for me with a software like this that operates the way a designer can use it.
Cons: Like everything, it has a learning curve, but if you invest a few hours into learning from someone else using the software the same way you want to, you'll have an easier time learning it. Webflow has their own resources, but I find that supplementing their onboarding and how-to material with something external can expedite your learning process. Then make sure you do a few practice projects to really get the hang of it.
Overall: It has been great to hear programmers ask me for more work because they liked my design AND my code. They were able to run with it. Webflow made that possible for me, whereas everything I used before was a headache for limited design possibilities but easy to understand software vs. really complex software that I couldn't get my head around but technically could do what I wanted...if I could figure it out or get someone else involved. I like that I can do this myself and hand it over to others as a service and they have exactly what they need from me.
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