You may have noticed that we just rolled out a new design for the Webflow interface. In case you haven’t seen it, it looks something like this:
In the past year, we’ve added a lot of features to Webflow, and over time the interface got a bit clunky and unorganized. After hearing feedback from many of you (thank you!), we decided that it made sense to reorganize the interface so that it’s more functional and future-proof.
Here are some of the major changes:
- Introduced a top bar to give better context of the current page and the active breakpoint
- Moved the Add Element panel to the left hand side (remember that you can use the
Akeyboard shortcut to bring it up)
- Added a bottom bar to show the path to the currently selected element
- Moved Interactions from the Settings tab to the Assets tab (alongside Symbols)
This change puts Webflow on a solid foundation for some awesome features (coming later this year ), and we hope that you love it as much as we do!
We know it can be painful to adjust to a new interface, but hope that you understand the reasoning behind the not-so-subtle changes.
As always, we love hearing your feedback, and are completely open to iterating on this design. Let us know what you think.