5 Reasons to use Webflow to build your next website

1. Build faster

Building a website can be a time consuming, expensive, and difficult task. With the introduction of Webflow, developers can drastically cut down on the time it takes to build their sites. At Nieman Creative, we take advantage of Webflow to deliver completely custom websites to our clients in half the time of traditional web development.

Unlike other popular website builders like Squarespace or Wix, Webflow allows developers to build bespoke websites from scratch. Instead of forcing users into a template, it allows them to visually build their website from the ground up, pixel by pixel.

Instead of taking 4-6 weeks to build out a website, we are generally able to complete a custom website build in 2-3 weeks thanks to the power of Webflow.

2. Growing educational resources and community

A tool is rendered useless if no one knows how to use it. On the contrary, a tool can become a powerful resource when it is well documented and their is a thriving community of supporters around it. This is where Webflow finds itself today.

Webflow has an incredibly high quality directory of training and resources available. This empowers designers and developers to bring their ideas to reality.

We love that our clients can bring us their dreams and we can build them. Our confidence comes from the growing community of talented developers sharing their knowledge about Webflow.

3. Reliable hosting

There's not much worse than when you go to your favorite store only to find that they are unexpectedly closed.

Your website is the digital representation of your business. It's your storefront on the internet. For this reason, it's incredibly important that your website is up and running at all times.

With Webflow, we can lead our clients with confidence, knowing that our site and their sites should never go down. They will always be ready to serve their customers.

4. CMS and E-commerce Features

A few of the relatively recent additions to the Webflow toolset are CMS and E-Commerce.

If you've ever navigated to the website of a large enterprise company, you've likely seen a CMS in action. CMS stands for Content Management System. It's a powerful way to dynamically serve information to your website without having to rebuild duplicate site structure and components.


CMS is perfect for something like a blog, where you will want to write dozens, if not hundreds, of posts with the same format. You build the layout once, input your data via a form, and you're done!


E-Commerce is a rapidly growing and vast industry. More and more businesses are filling this space every day. With Webflow, they can have a custom website that not only looks good, but also serves them the tools they need to run a successful e-commerce store.

5. Client editor and collaboration

If you've ever built a website or had one built for you, you likely know the friction caused when you need content updates after a project has been completed.

With Webflow, this problem has a seamless solution. The Client Editor allows studios like ours to comfortably hand off website projects to clients and allow them to update the content on their site without breaking it. They can add or remove posts, edit copy, and much more without compromising the hard work of their developer.

For those using Webflow to build, it is also easy to collaborate with other designers and developers to bring a project to life.

Considering Webflow for your next website project?

Our team at Nieman Creative are experts in Webflow and can bring your design to reality.

Whether you already have a design ready to build, or need a custom website designed and built, we would love to help.

Connect with our team to schedule a free discovery call and see how we can help.

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