Why we moved our Website Development from Wordpress to Webflow

It was a dark and stormy night when we decided to make the move from WordPress to Webflow. We had been using WordPress for years, but we were starting to feel like it was holding us back. Tired of the endless plugin updates, security patches, and the constant stream of spam comments and malware attacks.

The struggles of Wordpress

But it wasn't just the technical headaches that were getting us down. The user interface was starting to feel like the control panel for Apollo 13. The user experience was clunky and more importantly, clients were struggling to manage their own content and make simple updates and changes. We were also frustrated with the limitations of WordPress's visual design capabilities. We wanted to create a website that was truly unique, but no matter how hard we tried, it always felt like we were working within the constraints of Wordpress.

The joys of Webflow

That's when we stumbled upon Webflow. At first, we were skeptical. Could this new platform really be the solution to all our problems? But as we started to explore its features, we quickly realised that this was exactly what we had been looking for.

User friendly Webflow

Using Webflow for development, it was easy to create a website that was both visually stunning and highly functional. The interface was intuitive and user-friendly, which meant that we didn't have to spend hours trying to figure out how to make something work. We could just focus on creating a website that reflected our brand and vision. We were able to onboard a client to the Webflow Content Management System within 1 hour giving them the freedom to make text and image changes or create new pages. Check out the brand expressions we achieved for Aunty Frank - combining Webflow with After Effects to build micro animations.

Built for performance

But the best part was the performance. Webflow sites are known for being fast and lightweight, which is crucial for SEO and user experience. As Webflow handles all the security updates and patches automatically, we didn't have to worry about our site getting hacked or going down at the most inopportune moment.

Moving from Wordpress to Webflow

In the end, moving from WordPress to Webflow was the best decision we could have made. Our websites are now faster, more secure, and more visually appealing than ever before. Best of all our clients are extremely happy and. the platform helps to them to build a successful brand. So if you're tired of the endless headaches and limitations of WordPress, give Webflow a try. You won't be disappointed.

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