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My background since 2002 is in media design with experience in videography, graphic design, and web design. Then I transitioned to a visual developer building custom designs using Webflow. Now I work at Webflow as a QA Analyst.
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Special week for me, the Left Navigator BETA was the first major feature release that I have been part of since joining the Webflow team. Check it out and let us know what you think.The tips and tricks section exploded this week with content from regular contributor WebDev For You and newcomer F'in Sweet. So much quality content from the community, you don't want to miss any of them.Five new templates that you can use on your next project.
What it's like to work at Webflow, cart design best practices, award-worthy sites by new showcaser Gary, how to use Disqus, predictive text, horizontal tabs, audio wave player, interactions galore, new member's club by The Digital Bake, multiple custom cursor, and a restaurant template. Whew! That was a mouthful.
Did you miss the livestream? It's a must watch "Sneak peek at major updates to CSS grid in Webflow" except that it's so much more. 😉Also of note are a bunch of newer templates that I hadn't linked to before. A bunch of custom code tricks plus a trio of sites by award winning HECO round out this weeks roundup
To sum up: passwords on CMS pages, custom Facebook feed plugin, code blocks in cms rich text, footnotes using BigFoot, JS countdown, responsive images using object-fit, and enough #madeinwebflow showcases to kick your creative blocks to the curb. Enjoy!
We're back! Got a double issue for you this time around. Just because I didn't post the roundup last week doesn't mean that I wasn't collecting content. It's all here and there is a ton of it. There's no point in trying to summarize it all because that's an impossible task. Dig in and enjoy. I hope you find something useful or inspiration for what you're currently working on in Webflow.
Quarterly chat with Vlad, open/link/share specific pages from the Designer, learn how RocketLawyer and others use Webflow for product design and prototyping.This issue is brimming with sweet showcase sites and sites you can clone or learn from . Remember to open them up in Webflow to see exactly how a site was created!
Check out MemberStack a notable product launch to add memberships/logins to a Webflow site. There's a video interview with Webflow's brand designer, Ryan, as well as the normal weekly flow of showcase sites and tutorials.
Do you want to be blown 🤯 away? Start with the "Web design & art history" site. You won't believe it is a website and the content is so solid too. Then top it off we get annual client billing and embrace the new style panel. Be sure to checkout the TimeSlot and Insane Boats showcases. Oh just check them all out because I didn't put anything here that isn't great. I have to admit that I didn't have time to dig into all the TTT content, but I know the author's put out 💯work and got a brief look at them.
Did you happen to see and check out all 36 Webflow related content that I shared last week? Well I've collected it all here in one place just like I do every week. This will make it easy for you to browse and find the things that interest you the most.Webflow posted a handful of videos that actually are not instructional videos for the University, some interesting talks from the roadshow in London and a design trends video. The showcase section is on 🔥 this week with some standout unique designs that are sure to inspire. The tips, tricks, and tuts sections the largest one this week with a good amount of them being clone-able components.
This week, learn how to add Apply pay to checkout pages, add adobe fonts, learn how to become a Webflow affiliate, and interviews with Tia Meyers, Ryan Morrison, JP Teixeira, and Vlad Magdalin (CEO).Dig into some very inspiring showcase sites before jumping into the tips, tricks, and tutorials. There's pagination in Mixitup, Ken Burns slider effects, slide with image thumbnails, WebDev For You's usual clone-able animations, a Facebook pixel consent modal, and a couple tuts on integrating Lottie animation into Webflow.Enjoy.
Some really diverse and impressive sites this week from clean modern to brutalist. Evolve has a great use of interaction and background videos for a media company's site. Downtown Bentonville looks like a cool place that I want to go to. I guess that means the website is doing its job. Tauro's scroll interaction has me spinning. The list of showcase sites goes on and on. Then there's good training content from Piter and WebDev For You as usual. Plus the launch of Charli Marie's video series on launching an Ecommerce site. Jose Ocando is putting on some really great video tutorial. This time it is using the pagination as a cms slider trick we learned about a couple of weeks ago. Lastly a UI kit and typewriter widget resources. Check it out.
This week was no let down! I mean let's just take a moment to breathe in the fact that product variants are live. Aahhh... that is good stuff. There were some standout showcases #madeinwebflow too and are all worth checking out. YMU is great example of a refined modern business website. Good selection of tips, tricks, and tuturials to check out when you have time or if they are relevant to your current work. Lastly Udesly released a new widget for highly customized Google Maps with custom markers.
Check out the new University articles that help you sync your Ecommerce products/inventory to Facebook, Instagram, and Google Merchant. Then there were a ton of good showcases for sites built in Webflow. Then Dram's custom cursor is a great method for using a custom cursor effect built with interactions. Lastly a couple of resources for color fonts and a design checklist.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of Webflow Weekly. It is simply the best Webflow centric content that I find each week, however this very first issue is covering the first four weeks of 2019. My desire is to share things in the community that I find interesting. Hopefully you'll find something that interests you and maybe hadn't seen yet. Content is divided into the following sections: Webflow Content, Showcases, Tips Tricks and Tutorials, Resources, and Misc.
Maybe it's not a good idea to shut my website down without a hardware reset button. Proceed?
Just kidding. Nothing was actually shutdown. It wouldn't have been a good idea. Do it again?
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