As an official Webflow super nerd and advocate, I leaped at the opportunity to present about the future of No-code at our local Des Moines UX Meetup. I created this presentation in Webflow as an iteration off of my ITA Group internal presentation that recapped my experience attending the 2019 No-Code Conference.
I was challenged to determine how best to create a concise, meaningful and approachable message to summarize my excitement and hope for the future after attending the No-code Conf 2019.
Through a process of compiling notes, research, links and ideas mostly within Notion, I defined a general flow of content I wanted to present on and then iterated upon that as I built it out within Webflow.
To say I am passionate about Webflow and the entire no-code revolution is an understatement, so when it came to refining, consolidating and evaluating my piles of notes, thoughts, research and ideas into a single presentation it was a challenge to say the least. Through the magic of Notion to help me organize concepts, and some great internal rounds of feedback, I was able to create presentation that communicates the core ideas, while hopefully leaving the audience wanting to learn more.
Ok it's not that bad, but if I was giving a presentation about Webflow, it seemed crazy to not at least consider designing it IN Webflow, so that's what I did! With the addition of a little JS, I created the scroll snapping function to make each section feel like individual slides of a traditional deck. Webflow interactions were also key to adding in some subtle animations throughout.
The beauty of delivering a presentation as a website is that sharing it is as easy as passing along a link, with the additional benefit of knowing I can update it at any time even after passing along said link and the recipient will always see the latest and greatest version!