Many designers know about the wireframing/prototyping app called Webflow. It just recently underwent an overhaul on the design side and has since placed a greater focus on company branding.
However another new release is the Webflow CMS which has taken many users by surprise.
It’s meant to be the first all visual CMS engine which doesn’t require code for management. Content can be structured into categories like recipes, portfolio entries, maps, etc. It works with all kinds of content and can be custom-defined as needed.
Editing can be done from within a page where you highlight text, add/remove media, or restyle based on formatted type. Webflow’s team even put together a learning course for anyone who wants to learn how to use this CMS. It’s not like traditional systems such as WordPress or Drupal. The goal is to make the experience 100% visual so that all users can become familiar with the process.
Sounds a little confusing right? There are existing editors based on WYSIWYG, so how does Webflow turn that into a fully visual experience without code?
I’d encourage viewers to check out Webflow’s custom video to learn more about how their CMS functions.