In this post I describe my process of setting up client sites with Webflow. I focus here on the technical and backend side of things, not on the design or development process itself.
Webflow is a platform that is quite popular in the startup space already, but some founders are still confused about how to best get a Webflow site off the ground, especially when working together with a designer. In this article I run you through my own process of setting up a Webflow site for a client. Keep in mind that the list below only includes the development and backend setup process and does not include the actual design work done in a design tool like Figma. I always first design a site in a design software such as Figma, as it provides more flexibility and adjustments can be made quicker this way. Here we go:
Hopefully this has given you some understanding about the process involved in getting started with Webflow and getting a site off the ground with this tool. Arguably the most time consuming steps are the design phase, as well as step 2 in this list (Webflow site development). If you are still confused about Webflow's Site Plans and Account Plans I recommend taking a look at some of my older articles include these ones here:
If there are any other questions on your mind in regards to Webflow plans or the process of setting up a Webflow site, feel free to reach out to me!
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