In the spirit of whimsicalness, many of these firms were stumbled upon by browsing Twitter and Dribbble, following connections from popular designers and conversations. This is but a <1% sample of your options out there, but as someone who's been a fan of digital design for literally 20 years, I've saved you some time searching by adding my own opinionated filter of what makes for good designers.
Evidently, a lot of what I'm liking is being built on Webflow, so there's a pretty strong movement and connection between great digital product and web designers and Webflow, which is very interesting. I'm definitely not seeing the same for WordPress, Wix, or Squarespace. Perhaps a future front-runner would be Canva in a different way, but Canva's own website-building interface isn't super robust just yet.
The Best Small Webflow Agencies
Small design firms & boutique agencies can produce really high quality work and give you the personal connection with the pros that you crave.
It's honestly the best balance between freelance designers and larger agencies that charge a premium for the administrative overhead.
The sweet spot for what I'm thinking here are 2-10 person design firms. Small enough where the owner and founder is driving design, but also you're not reliant on the energy and whims of a freelancer.
Relume: Popular Webflow library creators + agency
I reached out to Relume some time ago for a small website build on Webflow and found the experience fantastic – fast, high-quality, and priced well.
The founders Dan and Adam have taken things to the next level and built our a really popular Webflow + Figma resource product called Relume Library, billed as the “World's Largest Webflow Component Library”.
I haven't seen hard numbers yet, but from what I can tell the Relume Library is blowing up, and they're even introducing AI components.
Head over to Relume.io to see everything they're cooking up:
473 Agency: a Webflow design duo
They have a strong, clean portfolio of projects you can dive into:
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Last Updated on December 28, 2023 by Joe