Creating a simple looking site for any client is challenging yet exciting. The excitement wears off as soon as you start working on the design. The biggest challenge for any designer when designing a clean web mock-up is not about what to include but what not to include for the site for it to look clean and refreshing. The end goal for any website from the designer or the client perspective is for the website visitors to find information quickly and for them to visit again and again.
The design stage is one of the most important steps in the development of a web-project. A website mock-up is its face. A properly planned structure and custom design increase company awareness and customer loyalty, maintain a positive image, improve conversion rates and raise sales. These are the most vital indexes for a business, especially for a startup. Webflow allows you to start from a blank canvas. It lets the designer build whatever they’ve envisioned — on the web, with interactions, animations, and seemingly impossible designs, all without writing any code — and it is phenomenally easy to keep it responsive (Webflow just does it for you). It’s a playground to test all of design ideas and build anything visually and quick. We at Pixel21 use Webflow for designing site mock-ups. Webflow gives professional designers and developers the power to design, build, and launch custom, dynamic websites visually, while writing clean, semantic code for you.
Here is the example of one of our mock-ups that we created using webflow (Its free – so be sure to download the theme if you like it). This site displays a full screen image and includes a unique full width menu. The site has lots of information and uses a clean layout, has a non-scrolling map, and makes great use of images, color, and text. Each template can be applied to an individual page, transforming the way it looks and functions to create additional and unique forms of content.