A showcase of some of my favorite Webflow sites I've built recently
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March 2018 — Current
Over the years I've built quite a few Webflow sites. As someone who largely works with startups, as you can imagine, not all of those are live still 😅 Here are a few of my favorites though.
I'm honored to have built out the new website for The Apollos Project—an open-source initiative to help churches build and own their own digital products. Since we're showcasing quite a few different church mobile apps as examples, I wanted to create an effect of hearing through a circular window to view each example. I had a lot of fun creating the home page scroll animation to simulate this effect.
The dangerous part about Webflow is how fun and easy it is to perpetually tweak and polish your creations. There is always that can be improved 😅 So with the Figma Academy website I gave myself a single weekend time block. Whatever I could design and ship before Sunday evening was OK, but after that...I promised myself I would leave it alone (at least until a public launch anyway). Overall, I had a blast thinking through the branding and am happy with the end result!
During my time at DI I was able to lead the team through a website rebrand, which obviously involved a great deal of Webflow work, but more importantly, it allowed me to go through a robust interview process with all of the different stakeholders in the company. Over the course of the project we achieved alignment for all of the website messaging as well as how Differential wanted to position themselves as a company. Since 2018 the website has obviously changed so a lot of my favorite elements are missing. Still though, this is definitely a project that I was proud to lead and happy with the results.
Rev2 is a Denver-based video agency which made for a particularly fun Webflow project as we worked through a lot of fun ways to create a highly visual showcase. I'm particularly proud of the way text changes from solid to outlined as the video scrolls behind it, as well as the evolving gradients tied to scroll position :)
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