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How to charge $10k for web design

Published about 2 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

A client process for high-ticket web design

Learn Something New

Anna Hickman walks you through everything you need to know about leveling up your web design practice and charging $10k for your project. Everything from conducting efficient sales calls to off-boarding with testimonials.

Add Time-to-Read to your blog

Resource

Automatically calculate how long your visitors need to read a blog on your website. Works as a simple custom code snippet with attributes.

Chainlift Color

Resource

Put in your main brand color and get a comprehensive color system in seconds, powered by Material 3.

Begg - Liquid Egg Website

Inspiration

If you ever wondered what's possible with Webflow, this is your answer. I love the colorway, the animations, and the section transitions.

Webflow news

An update of the Figma to Webflow app: The latest release brings Design System Sync – a revamped way to sync components and variables. If you manage your design system in Figma, this will make it easier to keep it in sync with Webflow.

I'm glad to see this update, and I'll test it with Relume components.

Personal update

I've played around with Relume's AI Site Builder in the past. This week, I had the chance to use it on a commercial project for the first time.

Here's how it works. You tell Relume what you're building. The more details you provide, the better your results.

First, Relume will generate a sitemap and a list of sections for each page. You can (and should) fine-tune this.

Once ready, you can generate wireframes from Relume's component library. It even generates some initial copywriting, including copywriting in languages other than English.

It's extremely fast and easy to create first drafts. Don't get me wrong, you still need to put a lot of effort into making the web designs unique and the copywriting outstanding, but Relume will save you a lot of time getting over a blank canvas.

It also looks like this will be the future of web design, so I recommend you try it out and get ahead of the curve.

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 of 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

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