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Design frameworks showdown

Published 3 months ago • 2 min read

Hey Webflow developers,

Thanks for tuning into this issue of FlowLetter, where I share the best tutorials, apps, and news from the world of Webflow. Here's what I've got for you this week.

Links of the week

Which Webflow framework should you use for your next project?

Learn Something New

Caleb Raney walks us through 3 of the most popular Webflow design frameworks – ClientFirst, MAST, and Lumos. Read this to get an idea of the pros and cons of each and which one you should use for your next project.

GDPR and Google Fonts + Why the built-in fonts slow down your site

Learn Something New

Two key things from this video by Flow Ninja: Using the built-in Google Fonts feature is not GDPR compliant. Second, using the built-in Google fonts (the ones that come pre-installed with every project) loads all font variables, slowing your site and hurting your SEO.

The Dynamic Map for Webflow CMS

Resources

You can now add a dynamic map to your Webflow project that takes data from your collection.

Animations on the new ShortlistIQ website

Inspiration

The team over at ShortlistIQ has created a really slick animation in Webflow to show off their AI hiring assistant.

Webflow news

Personal update

A few updates on FlowGo, our Webflow agency. February will be our best month yet with $7.5k/MRR.

I'm also working more on content marketing. A few of my early tutorials are picking up a little traffic (in the 100s/m). I'm already working on a new article reviewing Webflow e-commerce and ways to make it a more robust solution for online stores.

I've spent some time working on this newsletter. Most importantly, I've added an automation to clean up my list. I don't want to clog people's inboxes, so I'm unsubscribing folks who haven't interacted with my content in a while. This also improves my click rates.

Useful links

​Webflow pre-launch checklist – the checklist I use to launch my Webflow websites to dot the Is and cross the Ts.

IdeaPad – my Notion system for capturing all my product/business ideas.

My User Interview Toolkit– my 10+ years of talking to users summarized in one step-by-step guide with templates to get you started.

FlowGo – our Webflow design agency, I run with my wife. If you want to save time building marketing websites or complex projects, we'd be happy to help you.

👋 Thanks for reading! See you next Sunday!

Ondrej @oprostrednik

PS: Darren writes an awesome newsletter about decision frameworks. I read it every week!

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