A compendium of resources for designers and developers to dive into webflow.
Ultimate Webflow Resources is a compendium of resources for designers, developers or whoever on their webflow learning path. Right here: https://ultimate-webflow-resources.webflow.io/
By now It covers these categories: Web Design, SEO, eCommerce, Interactions, CMS, Freelancing, Business, Developers and Communities.
I collected personally all the resources on a deep dive on webflow. I made a spreadsheet with all the data and captured screenshots from resources’ sites. Then I transformed it to a JSON which I parse in React and display using Bootstrap, uploaded project to Netlify and implemented on webflow with…
Main requirements for the upcoming NoCode Developer job title
“At its core, the no code movement is just an evolution of core principles that has driven technological innovation for millennia: namely, the desire to democratize and scale processes, tools, and access to mediums which were formerly available only to a small set of people — and through that democratization, multiply the potential of what humankind can create.”
I have been diving into this new job position called ‘NoCode Programmer’ and found several job posts with it. Here is an example of what they ask for:
How to build a webflow form with reCaptcha on exported site
Here some scenarios you could find while making a form on your webflow workflow:
This is the journey:
Suppossing you are building a webflow site:
And this one is about styling a form:
A compendium of resources for designers on their webflow learning path
I decided I wanted to do a one month immersion into Webflow. Before diving into this magical tool, I did the same with Shopify and Wordpress DIVI. And after having done a deep dive on them I choose webflow. But this is not a comparison post. This is about how to make an immersion in webflow.
I would say there are some steps on your process whether you begin from zero or whether you can design and code (or nocode!). …
I was on a webflow meeting the other day and meet Kendra Bentle Rainey from Edgar Allan, she gave us a nice presentation of Content Designer roll. This company is focused on NoCode tools and has a lot to do with Content Design.
So I decided to make some research on the topic, I think I am going to make a series focused on different design jobs as job market is continually evolving.
First one is about Content Designers. I would say content design is a mix of research, design and communication. …
Ten milestones in the path of Design frustration to complete
All these is about fear, frustration and confrontation. This article is about ten different types of annoyance that you will find in your career.
I would like to ask you to have a look at this list and think for ten seconds how many of them have you experienced (It does not matter your job, your age, experience or whatsoever):
One of the things I like more is learning. In the last years I have been through several experiences in both ways: as a pupil and as a teacher, learning in several ways such as bootcamps, online learning platforms, face-to-face courses, tutorials, webinars, events, etc.
One of these experiences I have really liked is Interaction Design Foundation (IxDF) where I take part right now as an Educational Partner. So I will give you my sincere opinion and how you can get the most of them.
I joined IxDF three years ago. I think about three possible scenarios to join:
Let´s talk about Unicorns! What are they? Where does this myth come from? Why do they use the term “unicorn” at start-ups? What about hiring unicorns on Design companies? Let´s go deeper!
The first references about unicorns come from Indus Valley Civilization, it is not sure if they talked about horse-like or goat-like animals, what is sure is that they had one horn: “its horn was said to have the power to render poisoned water potable and to heal sickness”.
In Europe, we saw it as an extremely wild forest creature, symbol of purity and grace, which could only be…
Almost 50 site builders for all kinds of creatives
Here a review of some nice tools for illustrators, graphic designers, UX & product designers, researchers, makeup artists, photographers, motion designers and filmmakers, 3D artists, writers, bloggers, artists, etc.
I have some projects even from 2005, when it was released. In the beginning I remember it was a trendy site. Then it was acquired by Adobe Systems for $150 million in December 2012. Now They have about 10 million members. Every junior creative usually has one as it is free.
So: #CometSiteOfTheDay is a personal hashtag for best interactive websites, many of them experimental, using advanced frameworks and libraries. Others have relation to photography, animation, motion or bigdata.
So basically what I was trying to do was put all my tweets with this hashtag on a website. You can make this using the API but I wanted to do it fast and easy using nocode…