Pedro Ribeiro
Pedro Ribeiro

Say goodbye to long development times

Webflow is a low-code website development platform where we access a tool panel with several components such as sections, containers, divs, images, videos, or even sliders, and the HTML, CSS, and JS code is automatically generated by the platform.

A perfect SEO score and the opening speed of the website are determined by the great architecture of the code being generated.  Because of this, it is very easy for Webflow-developed sites to achieve speeds above 90% in Google Speed Insights.

Webflow CMS is also very intuitive and easy to use for customers, based on Amazon S3 servers for fast site management.

So if it's low code, what do we need developers for?

As developers, Webflow allows us to work much faster on things like page structure, giving us more time to concentrate on what really matters: development time, interactions, animations, performance, and SEO.

These are the main advantages of a website developed in Webflow:

  • Performance
  • SEO
  • Brand Focused
  • Cost Efficiency

All the code generated by Webflow is validated by its own platform, which makes it practically bulletproof. By the other hand, we do not need to worry about plugin updates or security risks, such as malicious code injections.

How do we choose between Webflow and WordPress?

At Vitamina, we develop websites tailored to each client, using WordPress or Webflow.

"Webflow allows us to dedicate more time to interactions, animations, and performance. The favorite part of all Frontend developers. And mine too!" - Pedro Ribeiro, Frontend Developer

The type of project we are working on determines whether we use Webflow or WordPress, always with the objective of delivering a tailored project to the client within the shortest deadline possible!

So if you've got an ambitious project in mind, don't hesitate to get in touch. We're always up for a challenge!

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