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Unlock Speed and Consistency with Webflow’s Page Templates

Webflow’s new page templates feature is a game-changer, designed to help marketing teams and designers create brand-consistent pages faster than ever.

One of the standout features of Webflow’s page templates is the ability to rapidly prototype and test landing pages. Teams can quickly create variations of a page, test different elements, and iterate based on performance data. This rapid iteration leads to optimized pages that perform better, driving higher engagement and conversion rates.

Good for marketing teams

Marketing teams often rely heavily on design and development teams to create landing pages, leading to bottlenecks and delays. The new page templates feature empowers marketing teams to independently create pages that are consistent with the brand’s guidelines. This autonomy allows marketers to quickly implement their ideas without waiting for design resources, significantly speeding up the campaign creation process.

Time to market can make or break a campaign. With Webflow’s page templates, marketing teams can drastically reduce the time needed to create and launch landing pages. This increased speed to market enables teams to capitalize on trends and opportunities as they arise, giving them a competitive edge.

Consistency is key to building and maintaining a strong brand identity. With templates, a team can ensure that all pages adhere to the brand’s visual and messaging standards, even when created by team members with limited design expertise.

This consistency helps in creating a cohesive brand experience for customers, reinforcing brand recognition and trust.

Good for designers

Designers often find themselves bogged down by repetitive tasks, such as creating similar landing pages for different campaigns. Webflow’s page templates significantly reduce this repetitive work, freeing up designers to focus on more strategic and creative projects. This shift not only enhances productivity but also allows designers to contribute to higher-value tasks.

Despite empowering marketing teams to create their own pages, designers can maintain oversight through the use of templates. By setting up templates that adhere to brand guidelines, designers ensure that all pages meet quality standards. This balance of autonomy and control ensures high-quality output without overburdening design teams.

Even good for collaboration

Webflow’s page templates foster enhanced collaboration between marketing and design teams. By providing a common tool that both teams can use, it bridges the gap between design and implementation. This seamless cooperation leads to faster project completion and a more harmonious workflow.

Try page templates for yourself!

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June 24, 2024
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