Product Designer/ Webflow Expert at Netguru
I'm Marcin, a self-taught digital experience designer with 5+ years of experience in the creative industry. My main areas of expertise are Product and Web Design (UX/UI), No-Code Development (primarily Webflow), and Branding (including brand strategy and identity). I'm also a passionate advocate of the No-Code/Low-Code movement and a Webflow Certified Expert.
I'm driven and ambitious, with a focus on understanding the root cause of business problems and finding practical, efficient solutions. I'm a mentor with over 1400 minutes spend with my mentees on improving design & webflow skills. I’m also co-organizator of the first Polish Webflow community.
Webflow is a hot topic nowadays, although its marketing is pretty misleading (same as other no-code tools). It's not about web design, or rather, not design-only. It's about development. As long as we can use Webflow for design, true, switching the mindset to development will make us create timeless, effortless and efficient websites. Not only sites that look good and attract the eye.
Let’s talk about best practices and most common mistakes in Low-code development. Let’s decompose no/low-code development mindset, including consulting approach and value–focus (not deliverables).
What you’ll learn is, being able to treat websites as products and tools helping companies reach business goals. Understand how designers and Webflow dev’s see layout, what you have to remember about. How to approach accessibility. Interactions (not only animations). How important it is to spend more time thinking than acting -> for example, how to build comprehensive CMS structures, by starting from information architecture, and more.
See you in September! And let’s talk about how to lead low–code world-wide-web.
I’m going to show you how to build sites on scale and prove in the same time, that Webflow is a great solution no matter how many projects you release and how often, as well as if you manage multiple sites for your own company (marketing, landing pages etc.). //
We will cover:
- Style-guide page as utility to prepare default elements and make future changes quickly
- Project template as new projects starting point (including pre-composed style-guide and more)
- Leveraging symbols/components to shorten up implementation time