Whether it felt like 2 years or 2 minutes (the latter for me), a lot happened this past January. Let’s take a look at what went down in the Webflow Showcase.
From cloneable assets like UI kits and templates to award-winning web designs, the Webflow Showcase is a powerful tool for anyone designing and building in Webflow. It’s filled with submissions from the Webflow Community — designed to inspire and help fellow web designers.
We’ll go over 10 projects that stood out in January 2021. However, note that there are dozens, if not hundreds, of amazing projects in the showcase. We just couldn’t fit all of them in one post.
10 awesome projects from the Webflow Showcase this month
Without further ado, here are 10 project submissions from January 2021 that are sure to spark some web design inspiration:
Rememory is a growing directory of creatives which highlights the experiences and work of Black women and non-binary people of the African Diaspora. It’s beautifully designed, makes a profound use of Webflow CMS, and utilizes the intellect and creativity of important voices to impact future generations to come. It’s an inspiring project definitely worth checking out and sharing with those who you believe it will impact the most.
Talk about nostalgia. Designer Chad Mueller took us back to the 90s with their no code project. This project is a random generator for prompts that feature cartoons from the 90s. It’s sure to make you feel some type of way and give you ideas for how you can use fun random generators in your projects. Chad also has a goal of building 19 products by 2023, so we’re sure to see more awesome projects in the future!
Wizardry is a tool that helps you understand EM conversion rates for pixel sizes, line height, and max & min width. Timothy Ricks, the designer behind this project, also has a YouTube tutorial on how to use the project.
4. Angelika’s portfolio
What happens when you put your Photoshop, Premier Pro, Lottie, and Webflow skills together? You get Angelika’s design-bending portfolio. With subtle hover and scroll-based interactions, and parallax effects, this project is sure to grab your attention.
5. Christian’s portfolio
Personality through content, that’s what Christian Beatty’s personal website is all about. If you’re looking for a portfolio that features a simple, clean, dark mode design, this is it. From articles to a “hire me” page, this is a project worth checking out.
And yes, you got me Christian… I fell for the notification button on the website!
6. Artisan Website Company
With the tagline “Quality-crafted websites & designs,” Artisan Website Company’s website leads by example. This design service website, owned and created by Zack and Jessica, is both clean in design and easy to navigate. And as a bonus, the project is cloneable. Featuring the use of Webflow CMS for blog posts, a form for business inquiries, and many more pages, this project is great for anyone looking to gain some web design inspiration.
7. Pricing calculator
Helping potential clients understand your pricing model is key to closing that deal. This project lets your website visitors interact with your services and pricing structure — allowing them to pick and choose their required options, while seeing the price reflect in real time. If you’re a freelancer or agency, this cloneable project is definitely worth checking out.
8. Scroll into view
Mor Tene and Ilya Lisi created an awesome cloneable asset designed to help designers understand how scroll into view works for different sections of a web page. If you’ve ever wondered how to create scroll based animations that guide a website visitor through your content, this is a project work checking out.
9. Webflow Pricing Component
Flowbase is back at it again with another great cloneable asset. This time it’s a pricing page component you can use in your Webflow projects. It features a full banner, navbar, 3 column grid, and footer — making it great for websites selling products or services.
10. Webflow Merch Store
In the month of January, Webflow released its first merch store. The Weblow Merch Store is a curated collection of Webflow and community inspired items. This project serves as a celebration to the community of Webflow designers and makers — the ones building new corners of the internet.
Your project could be featured next
If you have a project you want the world to see, make sure to submit it to the Webflow Showcase and share it on Twitter with #MadeInWebflow. Chances are, you may be in next month’s roundup!