I'll be the first to admit...
Instagram sucks up my time. But I'll justify it by saying that I learn. 🤷♂️
I decided to come up with a way to take images created for Instagram Carousels on re-create a horizontal scrolling effect on websites that mimics the carousels.
Here's a video to explain.
Here's a link to clone the project Instagram carousels to Webflow.
Once people started educating and getting creative with Instagram Carousels, I noticed that my time in the app skyrocketed.
Edu-taining on Webflow (Educate + Entertain)
People pack these Instagram carousels with such insane value from topics ranging to:
- Explaining what racism is
- Sharing personal stories about important issues
- Teaching complex topics simpler to understand...like web design 😀
Teaching with Instagram carousels is beautiful! Even in my latest class, I teach at Epitech, I referred students to course materials on Instagram.
BUT.....while I love them....
The web designer in me couldn’t stop thinking about how we as creators pour so much creative energy on these carousels and don’t leverage this energy to our websites.
Why should such creative visuals stay on our social media profiles?
I decided this hurdle needed to be stopped.
Introducing The Instagram Carousels to Webflow Clone - FREE
I set out to fix this by creating a FREE Webflow project clone that allows you to upload images used in Instagram carousels to your Webflow website.
Please try and let me know what you think - Instagram carousel on Webflow Clone.
This is my first project clone using Webflow, so any feedback on whether or not things look different, or if you have trouble doing something that I showed on the video.
I’d love to make more of these, and so please message me if there are some other things that you were wondering how they can be done.