The Site plans from Webflow are mainly targeted towards individuals and businesses who want to create, host and manage websites, with a strong emphasis on Webflow design and development. Prices for these plans are charged per site and allow you to customize and publish your site with varying features depending on the plan.
Firstly, there's the "Starter" option which is free, perfect for anyone learning to use Webflow. This plan comes with a webflow.io domain, 50 CMS items, 50 form submissions and 1 GB bandwidth. The paid options start with the "Basic" plan at $14 per month (billed yearly), best for launching a simple site. Other plans include "CMS", "Business", and "Enterprise", the latter of which requires contact with Webflow for a quote. These options progressively provide more CMS items, form submissions, and bandwidth as well as enhanced features such as custom domains, accelerated speed, and more content editor options.
Webflow's Workspace plans, on the other hand, are designed for teams with collaboration needs. Be it for in-house squads, freelancers or agencies, these plans allow for more collaborative work on multiple projects.
Similar to the Site plans, these begin with a free "Starter" Workspace, but differ in their offerings. The "Core" plan for small teams or those who want more control over their code cost $19 per user per month when billed yearly, allowing up to 3 seats. Then, there's the "Growth" plan for rising teams who want unlimited sites and advanced permissions. There's also an "Enterprise" option for organizations needing enterprise-level security and scalability, the pricing for which can be obtained by reaching out to Webflow. These paid plans all unlock a host of features such as custom code and code export, billing permissions, and advanced security among others.
In sum, the pricing for Webflow varies substantially based on your specific needs and use-cases. Fortunately, the platform's well-differentiated offerings mean there's likely a perfect plan for everyone, whether you're just starting on your web design journey, part of a growing team, or overseeing a large enterprise.