What is Webflow?
Millions of profesional designers, marketers and developers already use Webflow. Find out why you should join the movement.
Webflow, a no-code pioneer
Webflow is a no-code software as a service to design, develop, launch and host next-generation websites with a clean code.
One of their biggest advantages is the frontend editor, which allows you to design and structure a site with content, while Webflow creates in the background the matching code. This way the workload of a web development can be shifted from the developers to the designer and increase efficiency during the process.
The closest competitors are Squarespace, Wix and Weebly, although the major difference is the flexibility and design freedom offered by Webflow.
Helping to improve the internet with a flexible tool
Webflow was founded in 2013 by Vlad and Sergie Magdalin and Bryant Chou. They are currently based in San Francisco and employing over 400 team members.
The company has been baked by Y Combinator's startup accelerator, which is also known for baking unicorns like AirBnB, Twitch or Matterport.
After raising $335 million in venture capital, Webflow is sitting on an astonishing$4 billion valuation.
- $4 billion valuation
- Over 400 employees
- Over 3.5 million developers and designers
- Backed by Y Combinator's startup accelerator
- Big clients: Dell, PWC, Vice, Rakuten and more
The evolution of web design
No-code and low-code tools are gaining more and more popularity. The market has been dominated by developers for decades. Democratizing many of these developments for non-developers, such as designers, marketers or entrepreneurs, is a complete game-changer and will help many companies to become more cost efficient.
Webflow is one of the big players in this no-code ecosystem and thanks to many third-party tools and new native features inside Webflow, the market potential is still enormous, which indicates also the high valuation of the company.
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