Your gradients are delightful. ducks for cover
That's a whole lotta divs. Pretty though.
Nice, I've played with Webflow this weekend, and I really like it, happy to see other people creating awesome work with it too!
Looks simple and clean enough, but why the animations on the images? Also curious why the content starts so far down the page.
+1 on the content starting so far down the page.. seems a little odd
This looks like a great tool that feels quite responsive and executed very well. Good job, Webflow team.
Looks nice. Its behavior is a bit slower. When I clicked one item, it took at least 2 seconds to reach that part. I assume webflows CMS had to do with this. You could build this with Middleman doing static files and it will be much more faster, if you know how to code.
always wanted to try webflow but never got the chance to do it. Is this any paid template, or you changed a free one? Looks impressively cool.
Thanks, started from scratch with this.
Really liked your work!
Question: how do you think Webflow will work for blog + Portfolio?
They have their own CMS if you're thinking of creating a blog/portfolio.
I like the minimal look of the portfolio but feel there's too much whitespace. Also maybe a little bit more above the fold content. Added a couple of more thoughts here:- https://app.zipboard.co/s/D4zSu
Looks good, but load time is a bit sluggish. Could be an issue for somebody not connected to fiber
Or could be your location / where the server is
Love it. Good job!
How tough was webflow?
Its not too difficult. Just keep an eye on your css class names. There are limitations when thinking outside of the box of some of their widgets and collection without knowing code. However its worth to play with an idea. Its this generations Geocities.
So how much custom code did you use?
I only used 1 line of code the my side project that I have been playing round with for the past 2 months. I learned to dance around some of limitations, but I can live with it cause its simple to use and update. Its worth trying.
If you're learning about how code works together, this appears to be a good curve to learn on.
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