Chances are, you haven’t heard of the No-Code movement. It’s a community of people that use tools that don’t require computer coding. What was once exclusive to technical developers is now democratized in the hands of makes, creators, entrepreneurs, and innovators.
No-code means you can build without relying on a team of developers. You spend less time planning and gathering requirements and more time gathering feedback from customers.
For the business analyst, project manager, or non-technical practitioner, you can build clickable prototypes with relatively little training. You may have moved pixels around in PowerPoint, or white boarded ideas and snapped a picture. Now, you can move boxes around in these tools, create actions, and access data.
Why should you care?
If you’re concepting ideas today in PowerPoint, or whiteboarding, consider learning a few no-code tools that will take your skills to the next level. Rather than force your audience to imagine what could be, show them what could be.