Webflow is #3 in Top 16 Website building platforms

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#3 in Top 16 Website building platforms


The best alternatives to Webflow are: Wix, WordPress, Tilda, Squarespace, Adobe Muse, Shopify

Latest news about Webflow

2021. Website builder Webflow raises $140M

Webflow, a software company that helps businesses build no-code websites, announced that it has raised a $140 million Series B. Webflow’s product fits into a category of companies arguing that building software for the internet should get easier over time, not harder. The company has big product plans, including building out its service to support richer and more powerful website creation. In the CEO’s view, websites are merely part of the software world, and he expects no-code tooling to take on more and more complex software tasks over time. That could expand the broader no-code market, in our view, perhaps creating more space for startups to build services that allow for non-developers to depend less on engineering teams over time.

2017. Webflow releases Interactions 2.0

Webflow, the web design amalgam of WordPress and Photoshop, released Interactions 2.0. IX2.0 expands on Webflow's web design platform, which allows designers to build professional websites without writing a single line of code. With IX2.0 a designer in Webflow could now visually develop a website interaction in minutes, compared to the hours or days it would generally take a seasoned developer. For web professionals crafting innovative web experiences, Webflow IX2.0 is a brand new website animation tool that allows them to build complex timeline based animations, mouse based effects, and scrolling (parallax) effects without writing a single line of code. Unlike Adobe products, Webflow’s new IX2.0 feature offers designers powerful new ways of designing web experiences that was only possible with code before.

2015. Webflow launched Visual CMS

Content management system provider Webflow launched what it calls the “world’s first visual CMS.” The idea is to allow users to create sites with dynamic content, images and blog posts without the need to gather together a design and code team. It promises a clean interface for those who want to design a web site on their own or as part of a small team. The company described it as well polished, and stresses that it doesn’t require the need to fuss with HTML, CSS or PHP. Webflow isn’t the only company to try and throw some splashes of elegance and color in the web design space. Wordpress.com recently revamped its interface to give it more appeal, especially when compared to the popular blogging service Medium. Additionally, Squarespace, Weebly and others target sole proprietors or small companies that want a web presence but don’t have the resources or budget to bring in an entire team. The basic plan is free, but you’ll need to upgrade to a $16 monthly option for web hosting and unlimited code support.

2014. Webflow raised $1.5 Million

Webflow, the startup aimed at making it easier for creative professionals to visually design and host their own responsive websites, has raised $1.5 million in seed funding. Webflow lets designers build responsive websites using a drag-and-drop website builder with an intuitive interface in order to customize their site with common web elements, like sliders, maps, buttons, divs, videos, social widgets, and more. On the backend, Webflow generates W3C-compliant HTML5 and CSS3 code. There aren’t many competitors for a service like this, beyond to some extent, Bootstrap, Foundation or Adobe’s Edge Reflow – but those require more a more advanced skill set to use.