This week I’m taking a break from writing and instead giving you a Twitch overlay webflow tutorial I recorded last week. In said video you can follow me as I go over how to create a Twitch overlay in webflow. I’ve kept in mistakes and all since I want you to see how I problem solve and never give up and that way you can also see what you can do if the same problem happens with your project.[mks_col] [mks_one_third][mks_pullquote align=”left” width=”220″ size=”18″ bg_color=”#000000″ txt_color=”#ffffff”]In Part 2 I’m going to create the second column and finalize the project with some final adjustments. I’ll also get going on other things you can do with webflow and why you might consider using webflow over Photoshop or learning CSS/HTML.[/mks_pullquote][/mks_one_third] [mks_two_thirds][/mks_two_thirds] [/mks_col]
If you know any other program/app/web app that you want me to try out (be it paid or free versions) let me know in the comments or on Twitter.
End of the week and end of the first tutorial video. Did you like it? Are there things you felt I missed? Do you want more? Let me know!
If you like what I made, be it the branding or using dynamic Twitch overlays, you should check out my Twitch branding services or check the box below for more info.