The tools are widely available and a vast number of people are already using them, albeit for a different reason. A quick plan for structuring workflows/processes in any UX/UI practice. If you can use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or Sketch, you can pick up and learn Webflow quite easily.
The client, their aunt or cousin or grandmother, your neighbor's grandson who “always had an eye for these sort of things”, and even you, a designer, are not as single individuals reliable resources for aesthetic.
In static comps, most engineers will find a disabled layer riddled with pink columns. I'd like to make an argument against these pink columns of fascist, albeit often ignored intent and offer a way of looking at alignment at two levels: through containers and individual object alignment.
To infer is to solve a problem with our own internal resources. It's the closest we'll be getting to telepathy anytime soon. Inference allows us to understand a concept more so than if it were bottled, packaged, and delivered to us directly.