Webflow: Design websites. Don’t code them.


I’m no hero. I just make websites. But my clients like what I do. They say my work is … how did you put it? Breathtaking. That’s Chuck. He makes furniture and he needed a site to sell it, so he came to me. I was instantly struck by a beautiful vision. Chuck’s site was going to be more than a furniture store. It was going to be a furniture experience. Animations, interactions, image sliders, parallax scrolling. Data moving in and out. I used to hire a web developer to help me with all that. His name was Robbie. He was the worst. But now I can bring my vision to life without writing a line of code. Impossible. No, Chuck. Not impossible.
Because Webflow. With Webflow I can build beautiful, dynamic sites as easily as this.
I don’t have to deal with databases or templates or Robbie. I just create it visually, and
it looks pixel-perfect on every device. But Webflow isn’t just about good looks. It’s
about making live data part of a designer’s toolbox. Let’s add some streaming videos.
And the latest updates from Chuck as he travels the world looking for wood. He can even edit
the live site himself. All of these moving parts link up together automatically, with
clean, compliant HTML and CSS that I will never, ever look at. I think it up, Webflow
makes it real. Webflow. Webflow.

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