If you have purchased anything from an online store lately that wasn’t Amazon or Walmart or any other major retailer (except some major retailers), chances are you were using a Shopify e-commerce store. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, just a boring thing. Shopify is a billion dollar company that pumps out e-commerce sites like a dump truck full of animal carcasses drenched in motor oil driving over thousands of tubes of toothpaste. Sure, you can brush your teeth, but do you want to? Webflow, an all-in-one visual web development platform, could be about to disrupt the e-commerce landscape.
The disruption is Webflow mixing its simple, yet powerful, web development suite with creating e-commerce sites at not only an affordable cost (its business plan is $30 a month) but also with complete autonomous customization. With Webflow you can already build interactive and