35 comments

  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 2 years ago

    Congrats! Webflow seriously the best thing that happen to the designers. Especially the ones who mutter "if only I knew how to code"

    13 points
  • R. KamushkenR. Kamushken, 2 years ago

    When I hear "webflow" I expect a lot of elements spinning around the page while I scrolling! Surprised with your simplicity ) Well done obv!

    8 points
    • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 2 years ago

      Webflow is literally a visual interface for CSS and JS animations. So it's whatever you want it to be. The code output is fairly good. When I use it, I'll create a site and then just modify the code so its a little cleaner. Faster than building from scratch.

      2 points
  • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 2 years ago

    Love webflow. I just wish they were able to output code in bootstrap/foundation/etc. Too many clients of mine require this because that's what their devs know.

    2 points
    • Brennan Smith, 2 years ago

      Webflow is based on Bootstrap.

      0 points
    • Joshwin Greene, 2 years ago

      It's only available for Mac, however, I would check out Blocs (https://blocsapp.com/). It builds websites with Bootstrap 3. Personally, I have been enjoying the experience.

      0 points
    • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 2 years ago

      Hm... if you work with devs, what role does webflow play then?

      0 points
      • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 2 years ago

        Back-end devs who need the ability to use familiar components like bootstrap

        0 points
        • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, 2 years ago

          that seems counter-intuitive. When the frontend code is done by webflow, then backend devs won't need bootstrap. Why would they need bootstrap? They can just take the existing frontend code and pass the data to it. I mean, there are tons of workflows out there, so the workflow of your team might involve backend devs using a frontend framework for whatever reason.

          0 points
          • Mike StevensonMike Stevenson, 2 years ago

            Yes, I feel ya. But if it's in Bootstrap and the backend developer needs to add a component somewhere or modify a layout, they already know the class names and structure so there's less cognitive overhead.

            I agree though 100%. I would rather write my code how I want instead of being bound by something like Bootstrap. I've just had this request more than once.

            0 points
  • Jonny BeltonJonny Belton, 2 years ago

    Digging the gradients and hover effect, oh wait I knew that was familiar Lol. Anyway, big fan of Webflow too.

    1 point
  • Erin GwozdzErin Gwozdz, 2 years ago

    Gorgeous case studies! I also like how you have "Currently Learning" underneath your skills.

    1 point
  • Nathan NormanNathan Norman, 2 years ago

    Love how you walk the visitor through your process and the different phases of the design process. Great case studies.

    1 point
  • Mattan IngramMattan Ingram, 2 years ago

    Webflow is such a fantastic product, even when you already know HTML/CSS.

    I wish I could use Webflow's animation/interaction interface for my non-webflow sites.

    1 point
    • Hardi KHardi K, 2 years ago

      No luck for existing sites, but for new projects they support exporting the html/css/js package.

      0 points
  • Bjorn Lindholm, 2 years ago

    Nice portfolio and some really nice work.

    I noticed the social media links in the footer are empty links

    0 points
  • Todd FTodd F, 2 years ago

    I'd be into Webflow if it was a stand alone product like Blox.

    0 points
  • Jacob JJacob J, 2 years ago

    Everything is getting blocked by my adblocker

    0 points
  • Razlan HanafiahRazlan Hanafiah, 2 years ago

    Cool! Are you using the CMS?

    0 points
    • Tomas Martinez, 2 years ago

      Thank you! I'm not using the CMS because I have de Simple Plan. But I'm considering using it in future projects because its great :)

      0 points
  • Michael GoldkampMichael Goldkamp, 2 years ago

    I'm Tomás Martínez, a Product Designer who has worked with startups, agencies and small and large companies

    Looks goods! noticed a typo on the about me section (First section I look at).

    0 points
    • Tomas Martinez, 2 years ago

      Thank you for the tip! Since my first language is Spanish, I still fail writing in English sometimes :)

      0 points
  • Hüseyin YilmazHüseyin Yilmaz, 2 years ago

    Hey Tomas,

    looks slick. I like the clean presentation of your User Interface work. Good Job. Looking forward to your relaunch :)

    Best, Hüseyin

    0 points
  • Dan WilkinsonDan Wilkinson, 2 years ago

    One small niggle, your logo doesn't take me back to the homepage.

    0 points
  • Robin GoyalRobin Goyal, 2 years ago

    Man, it's so neat and clean. I love it. I'd no idea about web flow. Thanks for that, I will have a look at it.

    0 points
  • Ashraf AliAshraf Ali, 2 years ago

    Excellent work. I appreciate your incorporation of case studies in your websites. The clear, large visuals coupled with the subtle animations makes this a compelling portfolio. I am curious, why are you focused on affordable and beautiful products specifically? How do you qualify what projects are affordable?

    0 points
    • , 2 years ago

      Thank you for your feedback! I appreciate all the good words :)

      And you are right about the 'affordable'. It was kind of a lost in translation. I think 'usable' is a better word and I've already changed it. Thank you so much!

      1 point