As you might already be aware, one of the great things about Webflow is its superb community of designers and developers. People are helping each other in Facebook groups, the official Webflow forum and other platforms. Many designers specialising in Webflow have also started their own YouTube channels which they use to provide helpful Webflow tutorials or other content about web design, web development and freelancing. Haven't tried Webflow yet? You can sign up for an account here (yep, that's an affiliate link). All done? Now, let's continue...
You might already be a seasoned Webflow user or maybe you're just starting out. No matter which group you belong to, this article contains some valuable resources for you. I have collected six of the best YouTube channels run by talented members of the Webflow community with content suitable for beginner as well as advanced users. Bonus: I've also added a German-speaking YouTube channel for anyone wanting to check out some talented German-speaking content creators. So, without further ado, here's my list of top YouTube creators in the Webflow community...
WebDev For You is a Webflow-focused channel by New Hampshire local John Ramos. John is a highly skilled Webflow dev and provides various short tutorials on all things Webflow with an emphasis on interactions and animations. I especially love his 15-part series called "5 Minute Webflow Jam Sessions". In each episode he works on one particular section of a website and viewers can follow along. The actual designs are sourced from online and he focusses mainly on the development work in Webflow. I personally really like to see how other people work as I can often pick up great little tips and time savers! Definitely check out John's channel here:
Many long-term Webflow users will know Nelson (Pixel Geek) already. He's not only a Webflow staff member but also runs his own YouTube channel. He regularly publishes as well as live-streams Webflow build sessions and tutorials. These range from beginner tutorials such as "CSS Position Explained" to "Creating a mobile dropdown menu for Webflow tabs component" and more. Plus, he also helps with topics such as "Webflow vs Wordpress" and "Webflow site plans". Subscribe if you haven't already!
Ran Segall might be one of the people who helped introduce lots of people to Webflow. Starting out as a freelance designer and tech entrepreneur he published YouTube videos daily on all things freelancing, design, business and of course Webflow. While he is now mainly focussed on online education, his channel contains a mix of Webflow tutorials, freelance and design business advice. I'd say don't only check out his actual channel but also some of the online courses he offers for freelancers in the digital space.
Payton is another Webflow community member with his own YouTube channel. He creates Webflow tutorials which are especially great for people who're just starting out with Webflow or are still considering to give the platform a go. For this audience a comparison of different website builders is quite beneficial. In addition to that Payton uploads videos on running your web design business, talking about ways to get new clients or charging more for your projects. Go and check him out!
Jan is definitely a Webflow pro! On his YouTube channel he offers detailed tutorials on a variety of Webflow-related topics. In his 20-part video series he walks viewers through the design and development process of one of his Webflow projects. Many videos are about 15 minutes long and lend themselves to watching in your lunch break or when you don't have heaps of time available. You can find Jan's channel here:
Ready for some more Webflow content? Especially Webflow beginners should check out Fabrice's channel. He has uploaded a nice Webflow intro series for anyone just starting out with the tool. And for all German speakers out there: one tutorials series available in German as well.
Last but not least Webflow pro Chris Gerber is also offering tutorials for our favourite website builder Webflow. Most of his videos are super-short (around five minutes) and often focus on one particular issue or task such as naming CSS classes or building multi-lingual sites. There's just one caveat: Chris' videos are recorded in German, so you'll have to be a German-speaker to benefit. If you understand German, and are just starting out with Webflow, definitely check out his channel.
Do you run your own Webflow-related YouTube channel or podcast? I'd love to hear about it! Post in the comments or send me an email.
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