“No code” (or “Low code”) refers to using third-party software instead of custom development. Here are some examples →.
There are many advantages to using “no code” tools as a small business (even a large small business), but the advantages come after the build phase, not during it.
Designing and building important workflows yourself with “no code” is not just time-consuming, it’s also risky. To build something useful, you’ll need to master a range of disciplines- from specific platforms to general user experience and online behavior. If you fall short, you lose money.
Once built, though, “no code” workflows are perfect for a growing, modern business. Updating and evolving your content and marketing flows yourself (or cheaply) is a must to stay competitive.
Hire me to design and build your “no code” workflows, setting you up for the incredible advantages and flexibility they bring as you grow and adapt your business over time.
I have decades of development and marketing experience (I previously founded an agency), and today I put that towards strategy instead of development, as a “no code” consultant.