Using Webflow for Web Design
I was first introduced to Webflow while browsing YouTube, and I was searching for front-end development tools. Specifically, I was searching for solutions that would work seamlessly with WordPress — whether it was a front-end drag-and-drop, or a CSS editor that allowed me to see updates in the browser. While searching (randomly browsing, and reading reviews) I came across a tutorial that was going over @webflowapp and how its interface was specifically created for quick design-to-code projects. Then, I watched an introduction video, which lead to me signing up (as I’m writing this, I am taking note of my user story — could be useful).
Getting up - and running:
Okay, so I’ve signed up because of my interest, but I still had a learning curve to go through. Which, all in all, wasn’t too difficult to get up and running. The only thing in my way was my creativity. I could create any layout, with a large set of interactions, and export the code if I liked. And this all began on July 7, 2015.