8 comments

  • , 3 years ago

    I never learned it the “right way” to use Webflow until Ran Segalls Webflow Master Class. I’m 15% of the way through his class and I’ve immediately leveled up my coding game by putting into practice what Ran has taught me.

    I’ll basically be a superhero by the time I’m done. ‍ I was good at designing websites, but I also wanted to be good at coding them. I took a chance with Webflow and it has paid off handsomely. ‍ So, take the plunge, and go take the class. You don’t need to learn how to code. All you need to do is start using Webflow correctly, and you’ll find yourself publishing websites as easily as you design them.

    3 points
    • Ran Segall, 3 years ago

      Thanks Los! Appreciate it! If anyone has any questions about the course, I'd love to answer them!

      3 points
    • Brennan Smith, 3 years ago

      I am a little skeptical about your "this is a fantastic thing" comment when you use an affiliate link in your original post. I am sure you mean well but you making money on anyone who clicks that link and buys the course is a little shady.

      7 points
      • Tony GinesTony Gines, 3 years ago

        Yeah, that's a tough line to balance. If someone is genuinely giving an honest review of some product they believe wholeheartedly in, and that product is also rewarding them for referrals, how do you not take advantage of that? Ideally, someone believes in it so much that they expressly say "I'm not even making money off my endorsement", but why not get the rewards that are available, right?

        I dunno. I'm not disagreeing with you here, just torn on what I would do in this situation.

        That said, I'm a big fan of Ran's products and a bigger fan of Webflow. <- Not a paid endorsement

        1 point
      • , 3 years ago

        And rightfully so! You should be.

        Don’t take my word for it.

        I LOVE Webflow and believe it to be the best product I’ve used since switching to sketch early in the beta days.

        So, start there! Use Webflow for a client project or to prototype an idea out and see if it’s something you want to invest your time and energy into learning.

        While you are at it, Ran has a lot of free Webflow content on his YouTube. Go see if you even like his teaching style or if you even like him as a human. I sure do, kindest man I’ve met in a while.

        If at that point you are convinced , make sure you click on myaffiliate link

        1 point
  • Jonathan ShariatJonathan Shariat, 3 years ago

    For the record I am interested but that price isn't feasible for me unless I get my work to pay for it.

    Not that it needs to be cheaper, just putting it out there. Best of luck!

    2 points
  • Paul LPaul L, 3 years ago

    I've been wanting to use WebFlow to create my new portfolio site, and I could use some help getting started. Unfortunately, the price seems a little steep for my liking. Looks very thorough and thought-out though. Nicely done.

    0 points