Have you ever wondered if you could send all form submissions made through a Webflow site of yours, over to a Discord server for everyone to see? Well, me neither.
But then I thought, what if you‘re part of an agency. Imagine something like a few young, future-oriented developers who’ve been using Discord as their main form of communication since forever.
Why couldn’t you just share each new form inquiry with everyone?
By doing this, you can avoid having to forward emails and disrupt each other with unnecessary communication. And I’m Finnish. I’m not a big fan of unnecessary communication.
Subscription based royalty free audio sample services has taken the music production community by storm in the last few years. But who are they for, and which is the best one?
Disclaimer: Please note that this guide does contain affiliate links. Feel free to use them to support me, or navigate manually to the services websites :)
If you’re a seasoned producer, or someone who started producing music a couple months ago, chances are that you’ve seen an ad, a review or a video showing some kind of subscription service for an audio sample subscription service.
These services has taken…
Webflow is amazing. It really is.
And building your own forms are no exception. They have made it super easy to design, build and use any kind of forms throughout your sites.
So, if it’s so easy, why bother reading this guide and create your own third party form processor?
Well, there are a few cases in which Webflow aren’t the optimal solution.
The single most common problem occurs when wanting to export your code and host it on other platform than on Webflow itself.
By exporting your code, you get access to all of your static front-end code, but…
Have you ever come across one of those trendy, flat illustrations of sofware, dashboards or basically any kind of UI design there is?
Well of course you have. They are everywhere. Just take a look at these awesome examples.
Imagine being a programmer.
You’re sitting at your desk, working your way through some fun and exciting projects. You’re using technologies that you’re somewhat familiar with while still keeping it challenging.
Everything is all well and good until the day your boss slams down a 10 000-page brief on your desk.
This project isn’t like the rest of them. It’s using a new technology that’s filled with complex rules and attributes that are absolutely critical to adhere to according to the customer.
You read through the brief and try to comprehend what you’re supposed to do. You don’t even know…
There are many ways you can direct your visitors attention to specific parts of your designs.
Methods such as using strong colors, interesting layouts and interactions will help you guide the eyes of your viewers.
But what if you have a heading containing a certain word that you want to be highlighted?
That’s where custom underlines and complete background highlights really come in handy.
There are lot’s of examples of this effect on various websites. Just take a look at these ones.
When working in Webflow, there are quite a few common issues that aren’t really intuitive for a beginner. This is one of those issues.
This is a common issue to come across when reading the Webflow forums.
Even though this is a really short and easy guide, I feel like it’s important to have it documented somewhere without having to searching through a bunch of forum posts to find the answer.
Having images as links can be useful for different things:
Do you feel like Webflow’s hosting prices are a bit steep? This guide will teach you how you can host your static Webflow sites for free.
There’s no doubt that Webflow has some really awesome features that are useful for both designers and developers.
You can run almost any type of projects on there. Your company site, a large article heavy blog, a full fledged ecommerce store and almost any other type of project you can come up with.
The downside is something that you often can see complained about on the Webflow forums: the price.
This makes sense though.
In web design & development, a modal is simply a pop up that directs a visitors attention to whatever is inside it.
As mentioned in the text above, a modal is basically a pop up that contains some kind of content.
Normally a modal consists out of three elements, a background overlay (outer wrapper), a container for its content (inner wrapper) and whatever content you choose to put inside it.
Everyone knows about Serum. Everyone.
It’s probably one of the most popular wavetable soft synths in the electronic music production community in the last 5 years.
Disclaimer: This review does contain affiliate links to Pluginboutique 🤙
No other synth has even come close to the level of hype around Serum.
You can see it everywhere from sound design tutorials on YouTube to “in the studio” episodes with some of the biggest guys in the industry.
But what makes it different from all the other thousands of digital synths that are currently available on the market?
Well, let’s take a deep…
Hey, I'm Robin and I’m a design focused web developer doing a bit of electronic music production on the side.