Web3 technologies are on the rise introducing a new way of thinking when looking at financial systems. Given my experiences with my father's yoga contributions and friends personal training, I wanted to reimagine how building a community focused on mind and body could operate.
What it does
The application communicates the initial idea's of what Yofi wants to be by being a landing page with content material describing Yofi.
How I built it
I used Webflow for building out and designing the website. Pixabay for the video, Icons8 for the icon and vector images, Google Fonts for the Poppins font, and Canva colors for generating a color palette.
Challenges I ran into
The main challenge I ran into was styling consistency for full responsive design. Another challenge was learning the Webflow user interface and searching for the UI element that will give me the desired stylistic change I am looking for. Lastly, content authoring.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I am proud for finally taking a dive into the Webflow ecosystem and seeing how I can best use it for any possible web development projects.
What I learned
Webflow is robust, powerful, and maintains a focus on responsive design. I also learned that Webflow has out of the box CMS support, many pre-configured components, and an easy to use UI.
What's next for Yofi
Doing an analysis and determining whether or not certain incentives are feasible or if a more general solution and approach is better.