Before we add you to Webflow Experts, we need some basic information from you about your work, your rates, where to find you online, and more — which we’ll use to fill out your Experts profile. To send that info our way, fill out the form we've sent you via email and let us know when you’re all done.
Once we’ve got your profile set up, we’ll let you review it and make updates as needed. If you already have a profile but have questions or need to change/update your responses, please email email@example.com.
To help us stay in touch with Experts (and to let you meet the Experts community), we’ve set up a Slack community at webflowexperts.slack.com. We’ll send an invite your way, but if you have any trouble getting in there, let us know and we’ll sort you out. Also, if you're an agency with a project manager or colleague that you’d like to invite, please let us know.
We’ll keep Experts updated on beta programs we’re running, opportunities for user research, upcoming features, and other Webflow related news in Slack. You also have a direct chat line to our support team in case you have any questions or run into issues.
Here’s how projects come in to Webflow Experts, and how you’ll receive new proposals:
While the main Webflow Experts site is designed to connect clients and designers for further reaching, more long-term projects, sometimes clients and customers need quick hands on help. To serve these smaller, quicker types of projects, we’ve partnered with Sixty, who have their own community of experienced Webflow designers who they make available for scheduled (and paid, of course!) video help with customers.
We encourage all Experts who are interested in providing this type of quick, hands-on help to get in touch with the Sixty team and apply to their experts network. In addition to the Sixty links on the Experts site, our support team will often refer customers to Sixty who want assistance beyond what our statement of support offers.
With the endorsement of Webflow behind your profile, we expect Webflow Experts to be professional, communicative, and accountable in their interactions with clients, one another, and Webflow employees. We want to build a partnership with our Experts, but we need this network to maintain a high standard and reputation for it to succeed.
To keep the network active and responsive, if you (or your agency) are repeatedly unresponsive when requests come in, we will reach out to discuss what’s going wrong and, if necessary, set your profile as a draft. In doing so, it will not be discoverable on the site, and you will need to contact us to discuss reactivating it.
We want this community to grow as Webflow grows, in step with the continued growth in demand for expert Webflow help on design projects. For this reason, our goal is not to simply swell the ranks of Webflow Experts as quickly as possible, but rather to continue incrementally growing the community as we see client side demand increase, and always with an eye to keeping the community composed of established professionals who have experience with the platform and a wealth of design experience and talent.
As we add new Experts moving forward, please give them a warm welcome them to the community. We hope you all enjoy meeting and working with another as Webflow grows.
Have an idea of something we can do better? Chat with us on Slack, or mail us anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.