Web Design Basics Overview (2019) – With Ran Segall

Hosting With Webflow – Web Design Basics Overview (2019) – With Ran Segall


Web Design Basics Overview (2019) – With Ran Segall

Hosting With Webflow

43:00 – The components for a website 52:00 – Jump the curb and innovate*** 54:00 – Hosting with webflow 58:00 – Ran’s course on webflow === Subscribe: …

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Web Design Basics Overview (2019) – With Ran Segall

24 thoughts on “Hosting With Webflow – Web Design Basics Overview (2019) – With Ran Segall

  1. Honestly i think that The gentleman at Flux is pushing this idea because at the end of the day he is making money of Teaching, web flow. It makes perfect sense to shoot down developers and introduce a "solution". I don't know, what do you think? i am a developer

  2. totally disagree – tools like wordpress, its only tool, you need to understand the technology to operated on the right level plus with all no-code solutions developers have loads of work, someone must to develop those no-code tools 🙂

  3. So I have a question about this. If I purchased my domain through Go daddy, would I face issues in using webflow? Can someone clarify about this? Thanks in advance and kudos to The Futur for this awesome content

  4. I totally agree with Ran. The Webflow is met to be for marketing content websites without a lot of logic behind. If you try to use it for anything else, you'll stuck with a request from the client for one or two features that are impossible to do with this tool.

    Use it as a software to build landing pages and simple marketing websites, 5-10 pages…

  5. For me, we can see the sample from Wix.com, they are still figured out and keep improve how to make non-tech human won't feel alienate when design their web page. But still, we can't avoid those thing happen. Making a simple website still need tech-savvy hands, why? Because "human never satisfy", improving.. improving… upgrading.. upgrading… That's my opinion from my experience here.

  6. as a frontend dev I'm so glad on NOT spending time on making marketing sites, so if a designer using webflow (or any other tool) can do it, awesome.. that way I can spend more time on developing web Applications, which require the "logic" that Ran mention.

  7. How did that intern at Blind or others at the office learn webflow that quick? 3 days for the intern for the whole site from scratch is interesting. I've tried getting into Webflow but I think it was a bit hard and quite tiresome to do it while working on a 13inch screen as well.

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