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If you are trying your hand at web design I would recommend using Figma. It's free and very powerful.
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.
I was hoping that these would be component based and not frame based.
Figma is like a ninja, they just kind of sneak up on you with their new features. Not like some other companies who beat a dead horse about features before the product is even released.
I have to disagree with this. Capitalization breaks up the flow of the text. Also, capitalization is important to show readers the importance of specific words. What do you do when you have to use a proper noun like a name? I fell like using lowercase on someone's name could be taken the wrong way. Just my 2 cents.
Have you ever considered centering the layout on AES? The usability is great with the site but the left justified layout grinds my gears. Also, why no responsiveness?
Yes, it was unbearable for me to use. They need to concentrate on the performance aspect before anything else.
Hello Nelson, I really enjoy using Webflow, it gives me the freedom to experiment with my designs without investing a lot of time.
That being said are there any plans to reduce the price of hosting? $20 a month is a punch in the gut and a hard sell to my clients. Also, do you plan on offering annual hosting prices for client billing?
Thanks for doing the AMA and for all of the content you put out there related to Webflow.
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