• Valentin de Bruyn, almost 4 years ago

    As another option, you could also consider to use Webflow as your main tool. There are some pretty good resources available to learn quickly how to master the tool. In a few days/weeks of practice, you should be able to produce at least simple live responsive websites for your clients, with a nice CMS.

    With that said, I think James advice is on point. You may be better off capitalizing on your existing skills in UX/UI and maybe find a freelance developper if you want to be able to offer a complete service to your clients.

    11 points
    • Tom Capossela, almost 4 years ago

      Came here to say this.. Webflow has fundamentally changed my life. Used to have to hire devs to build sites I'd design.. now I can do the whole thing full stop. Plus they're constantly making it better and more powerful.

      2 points