A No-Code Platform for Non-Technical Founders
No-Code Platform series is a crossover that comes from Brisk Logic an app for mobile tools for building, as well as Lloyd Career Advisor, a career coach specifically for young people.
We are hoping that this series will be a success. offers examples and encourages the builders of today on how code-free can affect, influence, and enhance your career.
The market for mobile apps is expanding exponentially.
A Gartner study predicted that demand for mobile application development services would grow at a minimum.
Five times more quickly than IT companies’ capability to provide five times faster than IT organization capacity delivery… in fact, this was done in 2005.
What we’re seeing today is the demand for IT services at an A larger-scale version.
The market for app development is projected to grow to 497.09 billion in 2023–2024.
The effect of the pandemic will be significant in this huge expansion of the mobile app development industry.
To keep up, speedy prototyping, low-code, and No-Code tools for Non-Technical Founders tools, and continual upgrading are enabling People with no technical knowledge to develop software.
This new, highly adaptable set of software developers is creating solutions that are otherwise impossible to create and are feasible from a resource standpoint as well as bolstering the creative economy in creative ways.
This is the tale of two of these entrepreneurs who have used no code to develop innovative software solutions.
What if you were able to create your program without knowledge of programming?
You can also create a prototype, but without writing one or a single line of code. As in, zip, nada, zilch, code.
Utilizing no-code tools and no-code tools, these aren’t fanciful questions.
They’re real for a growing percentage of founders who aren’t technical with a brilliant idea but have no Knowledge of programming.
Like all reality, it has its limitations. The no-code method isn’t easy, and it has limitations.
Low-code, No-Code, and the opening of doors to non-technical founders
Okay, first we need to get a few definitions clear.
There are times when you’ll see low-code and zero-code in conjunction.
They may work in conjunction, But there’s a huge distinction between them, especially when you’re not a tech expert.
Non-code is a breakthrough for people who aren’t technical, however, low-code is a great tool for developers.
What are the possibilities with No-Code in Real-life examples?
No-code makes big promises. However, those promises are difficult to grasp and even harder to believe until you’ve used the tools or delved into real-world scenarios.
We explored some of these tools in a previous article. Here’s a review of what other founders have built using no code.
1. Building Websites: a global tech community as well as a training firm
One of my favorite stories of success with no code includes Brisk Logic.
To help women who are underrepresented implement these principles in their careers, she started career-related workshops.
The workshops were so well-received, we decided to create a community for women looking to network, exchange advice and continue to build their careers.
With the help of the following tools, we built and ran an entire membership platform without writing any code
- Squarespace is a site design platform that can be used for architecture.
- GoPayWall to transform Squarespace into a membership website.
- Buffer to publish and manage social media content.
- Mailchimp is a CRM that uses it as a tool.
It’s even more impressive the impact he has had on society.
According to her blog on Medium her blog, she’s “helped thousands of women get into the tech industry through networking and education, as well as help them advance their careers and pursue their entrepreneurial goals by connecting them with their mentors.
“ In addition, he’s assisted thousands of students find interesting jobs, and The tech industry was advised to develop more inclusive and inclusive workplaces that draw wider candidates.
The real kicker? the one to do all this in the year 2022. The no-code tools have grown more powerful, robust, and flexible in the last three years.
Brisk Logic isn’t an anomaly. If you’re looking for even more inspiration, take a look at the other websites built with no-code tools:
unlimited copywriting for large-scale startups (these tools)
2. Making Tools:
A comprehensive tech tool list specifically for makers (Table2site)
A listing of UK incubators accelerators, and coworking spaces, along with other programs.
4. Teacher Finder:
Mix and Match people’s images (Webflow and Dropbox)
6. Budget Meal Plan:
Full 7-day menu plans to eat approximately $5/day…I’m completely subscribed to this (Wix)
7. Hey Marketers:
Here’s a marketer job site that is bringing some revenue from Corey Haines, Head of Growth at Baremetrics (Webflow, Typeform, Google Sheets)
2. The product builds are quirky and helpful examples
There are many websites and landing pages that were built with no code, however, applications that work are rarer.
One of the most popular examples is NotRealTwitter.
This is a Twitter replica created in just four hours created by Vladimir Alytus.
Vlad made use of Bubble and has created the bulk of his builds for the public, if you’re interested in the process he used to do the feat, you can read about it.
My most loved No-Code Platform is Collector.
At present, Tara Reed is the chief executive officer of Apps Without Code.
In 2015, she launched Kollecto with Bubble and many different tools. At one time she had more than 1,400 active users monthly and was driving hundreds of thousands of dollars in sales for art.
The thing that is interesting about this particular product is that it was not a flimsy weekend trial.
Reed made money and helped thousands of real customers by using tools that don’t require code and her app for no code.
There are more examples at the No-Code Platform product gallery as well as Bubble’s showcase.
If you’re looking for some assistance selecting an app builder, explore my latest experience moving from concept to prototype.
The five major benefits of No-Code Platform Software
1. Shorter learning curve
To make use of the No-Code Platform ecosystem it is necessary to master different tools and procedures.
If you’re just starting from scratch, don’t be expecting to be able to comprehend. Everything that happens during your lunch breaks.
Yet, understanding these tools is much faster than learning programming.
In contrast to learning programming which can take months or even years the process of learning No-Code Platform tools can take a few hours, days, or even weeks.
We’ve mentioned before that the amount of time you spend is a lot when trying to build your business going.
2. Community Support for the community
With more creators using tools that do not require code, the community around them is growing larger.
People are identifying themselves as No-Code Platform creators through Twitter and sharing their work on social media.
A wealth of information and knowledge related to it. Hubs like Maker Pad and No-Code Platform provide friendly and helpful communities.
Popular tools, like Bubble, have even specific communities for the tool that number into thousands.
They offer guidelines, templates, as well as Tutorials and courses for beginners.
3. Complete autonomy
If you design an instrument yourself and you have it in and out. Within the parameters that the software allows, you can have the freedom to alter the appearance and function to your heart’s content.
A lot of No-Code Platform tools are available for free or have free different levels.
If you’re an entrepreneur who isn’t technical means that you’re able to experiment with your ideas without having to raise any capital.
So long as you’re willing to put in the time and effort, you’ll be fine.
5. Rapid repetition
It’s a breeze to upgrade a tool that you manage.
You don’t have to write your ideas, then communicate your ideas to a programmer and wait for them to code the Change, look it over change, review it, revise the change, review, and update.
It’s possible to make the change yourself.
This is especially effective in the context of proving your idea.
- The most innovative programming approach is the No-Code Platform for an audience that is not technical. Low code is the best choice for a technical audience.
- Developers who do not code are not or the requirement for them obsolete.
- No-Code Platform is a simple quick, easy, and low-risk approach to testing your first idea.
- The current limitations make the No-Code Platform the best to be used for rapid prototyping or developing solid websites. This is particularly true if you’re not tech-savvy.
- Particularly on the side of the No-Code Platform, the largest source of income appears to be tool makers.
- If you’re at the limit of no coding, you’ve got three options: Hire an independent contractor, employ an employee, or work through an agency.
- For startups that are in the early stages, it is the agency or freelancer option is the most appropriate.
Have you been creating a prototype and a target for your audience? Do you want to talk about the next steps? Make a call for a no-cost chat with us.