In this guide, we will be breaking down the different pricing plans offered by Webflow, including the Workspaces plans and Site plans, to help you understand which plan is the best fit for your team and website.
If you’re a marketer or manager who's ready to convert Figma designs to Webflow, this blog is for you. In this guide, we'll show you how to convert your Figma designs into stunning, user friendly and responsive websites using Webflow.
As a product team, it is important to create a product that works not only for customers, but also for the different departments within a company. This can be achieved by designing a product that allows different departments to easily manage and update product information and assets, such as images and other multimedia. A clear and well-defined organizational structure, in which the product team leads tech teams to fill any gaps, is important to make this possible. One potential organizational structure is a cross-functional team that includes representatives from various departments, such as marketing, sales, customer success, and engineering. This team can be responsible for defining the product vision and strategy, gathering and prioritizing customer and internal requirements, and working with tech teams to design and develop the product. By designing a product that works for all stakeholders and establishing a clear organizational structure, a product team can create a product that is successful and sustainable, and that helps an organization work more efficiently and effectively.
Businesses of all sizes are always on the lookout for new ways to create and improve their websites. In the past, this process typically involved working with a web developer, a backend engineer and an infrastructure engineer to code a website from scratch. However, over the last few years, a new player has emerged in the world of web design: Webflow. So, which platform should you choose for your business? In this article, we will compare Webflow vs Code and explore why Webflow is the clear winner from a business and marketing perspective.
If you're looking to hire a Webflow developer, you've come to the right place. In this blog post, we will discuss everything you need to know about finding and hiring the best developers for your project. We'll go over the different types of developers that are available, what to look for in a good developer, and how to find the right one for your needs. So, whether you're just starting out or you've already begun interviewing candidates, this blog post is for you!
Learn different ways how you can leverage Webflow for your digital brand.
A year in review for Little Big Things and my learnings from the last three years.