My first Webflow project (hotel)

Hey all,
As a designer I’ve tried to avoid doing any development for a long time.
My philosophy was to be good at design, focus on UI/UX and aesthetics, and let the developers do their job. But after a few bad experiences with developers recently, I’ve decided it’s enough, I’m making my own websites :smiley:

Just started learning webflow,
so this is my first project:

There’s a lot more to work on, I hope to improve the website as I learn more Webflow tricks.

So what do you think, do you have any comments or suggestions?


Welcome to Webflow!

If this is your first project I can’t wait to see your next one! :exploding_head:

Looks great!

Would you be willing to share your read-only link? No doubt a few of us would be happy to look at how you’ve set things up and offer any suggestions/tricks.

Here is a helpful tutorial that explains how to share a project’s read-only link.


Amazing work Harry!

Super impressive for a first time project :clap:

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Awesome Work harry :wink:

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Thanks Jono,
thank you for the encouragement and support, it means a lot to me as a webflow rookie :slight_smile:

Here’s the link:

I used Wizardy Method to set up the project. There was a lot of experimenting, still not sure when to use em, vw/wh or % :sweat_smile:
I also tried to implement the smooth scrolling effect, but I couldn’t find a way to make it work.

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Looks nice! If you are still interested in adding Smooth Scrolling you should check out this:

I’ve used this method on a couple of pages and it always worked perfectly fine. It’s a really small code snippet and easy to set up. Keep in mind that this won’t work in the Designer but on the published site, since it uses custom code.

Hey mistaHarry!
Just like everyone else, I’m amazed by your first project. That said, here’s some elements that I think could be improved with a few clicks - I’ve made a quick video to show you video

  • When scrolling the subtitle “Sarajevo” gets cramped with the title “A place of history”
  • When we get to the slider showcasing the rooms, I find that the big arrows don’t match the elegant style of the page.
  • In the section “Explore our history” the titles contrast poorly with the pictures right behind.

That said, I still agree: this is STUNIIIIIIING!