Webflow Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

4.46/5 (26 reviews)

Webflow Pricing

Starting from: $16.00/month

Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription

Webflow's paid plans start at $16/mo for everything you need, including an optional custom domain name.

Subscription packages include Personal, Professional and Team levels, all billed annually.

Enterprise plans are available on enquiry.

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Pricing Comparison

How does Webflow compare with other Website & eCommerce apps?

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Free trial?

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Freemium plan?

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30% of apps have a
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Webflow Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • I like the ability to use cool animations, don't have to write code ready made webiste easy to edit.
  • webflow is great for experienced designers. It has also integrated e-commerce functionality and it allows to migrate websites.
  • Webflow allows you to build a full-featured website with a content management system. Templates are professional, giving your site a polished look
  • Webflow has been a game changer. It allows you to develop a website in a visual way. Unlike Squarespace and Wix and the like, it's not a web builder. You actually use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build the website. For designers, it's crucial, because you can design websites and forego hiring a developer to code it. Truly, Webflow has impressive functionality, and they're always improving.
Cons
  • Webflow has a learning curve that takes up to a week. Pricing, although not high, may be prohibitive for some teams
  • If you start buying templates like I did becuase my code wasnt "clean", plus the monthly fee it starts to get expensive.
  • well If you are a beginner then you can have pretty hard time. It is very expensive for basic website needs. It also has a very limited number of templates.
  • I love all the feature Webflow provided but the only thing I can't justify is the pricing for hosting. When another web hosting company provides the same service for a month and Webflow is dollar. It's hard to sell it to my clients.
95%
recommended this to a friend or a colleague

7 reviewers had the following to say about Webflow's pricing:

Andrew H. Li

Professional website builder with many features

Used daily for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-10-03
Review Source: Capterra

Webflow allows you to build a full-featured website with a content management system. Templates are professional, giving your site a polished look

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

Anonymous

Front End Development just made so much easier

Used weekly for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-06-05
Review Source: Capterra

Great software to design static webpage and with CMS you can even create dynamic pages in seconds.I have tried a few modern web design software and Webflow is absolutely the best. It follows the latest HTML5 and CSS3 guideline so the code is clean. It's so easy to set up Flexbox and it provides some basic common elements such as sliders, nav bars but still customizable. Web animation is also made so much easier. The best thing is the CMS. It's pretty much an alternative of Wordpress but so much more easier and flexible.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

Anonymous

Webflow is a web designer's holy grail

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-01-18
Review Source: Capterra

My web design company can afford to support smaller businesses and non-profits, because our overhead is MUCH lower, now that we don't need to hire a development team.Webflow has been a game changer. It allows you to develop a website in a visual way. Unlike Squarespace and Wix and the like, it's not a web builder. You actually use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to build the website. For designers, it's crucial, because you can design websites and forego hiring a developer to code it. Truly, Webflow has impressive functionality, and they're always improving.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

Anonymous

Not bad but not so great either

Used monthly for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-05-15
Review Source: Capterra

I like the ability to use cool animations, don't have to write code ready made webiste easy to edit.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

hussain Sarwar

if you are a programmer then it's best for you

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-04-22
Review Source: Capterra

a lot of work still has to be done on it.webflow is great for experienced designers. It has also integrated e-commerce functionality and it allows to migrate websites.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

Anonymous

Perfect; if they removed the ringfence.

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-05-15
Review Source: GetApp

The perfect app for building rich, well-coded sites through a well thought out UI. Manipulate style and content separately, in realtime, to rapidly build websites that are ready to depot and work. The WebFlow CMS is smooth and allows you to build complex data driven sites like a mail merge. The system promises to beat WordPress, hands down as it doesn’t confuse the use of CSS for style and HTML for content.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals

Jeannine Armbruster

Webflow is my top choice for designing websites

Reviewed 2017-01-26
Review Source: Capterra

I run a graphic and web design studio and when I found out about Webflow, I was a bit skeptical. However, after using Webflow for a number of client projects, I have very few complaints. In fact, it's my go-to solution for tackling client web design jobs. Webflow offers an incredible amount of functionality in a fairly intuitive interface. If you are familiar with Adobe CC software, Webflow will feel fairly familiar. As a designer, my coding skills are limited, and Webflow has allowed me to cut developers out of my process, which lowers the cost for clients, as well as lowers my production cost. It's not a web-building platform like Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, or IMCreator. It's a platform that essentially allows designers to write code in a visual way. I also appreciate that the Webflow team seems committed to improving the platform, as it rolls out new updates very regularly. In addition, there's a fairly solid collection of video tutorials that are pretty useful. I do find that, at times, I hit stumbling blocks with Webflow's functionality and limitations, though with their frequent improvements I'm hopeful that many of these challenges will be resolved.

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Webflow

The responsive website builder for professionals