Summiteers the game is still in the final stages of development but rules website is coming along nicely. I'm especially excited about the design of this site because I think it's an area a lot of board games could benefit from. I'm hoping to release the design as a Webflow template in the near future and offer my design services to other board game companies.
It started off like any other trip to my favorite burger joint. I ordered the usual: 3x3, protein style with grill onions and no tomato. Then came the slowest eight minutes of my life. I grab ketchup, napkins, and do my best to pass the time while preparing for the feast. As I filled my cup with water from the soda dispenser, I couldn’t help but notice how depressingly boring the water fountain tap was.
This was a quick proof of concept design effort to test out the power of the new Webflow CMS feature.
I've been a Webflow fan for years and was stoked when I heard about this new feature. After finally using it, the CMS tool did not disappoint. I was able to structure the database specifically around my content and build out the website in realtime, linking directly to content in the CMS while I design.
The days of Hipster Ipsum are finally over. With Webflow CMS, design and content can be crafted together.