No-code tools are tools used by people not familiar with tech or by developers who want to build something quickly.

They’re fast and easy and great for people who don’t want to learn things from scratch.

But what about people who do not know or understand code at all? Are the tools easy for that category of people?

Laura Bosco does a deep dive into what a truly non-technical person needs to know about no-code prototypes. You can read the full journey here.

You can read more about Krit here. They help non-technical founders at B2B startups build web and mobile apps.

Credits: Dan Martell on Twitter

TO DO: Read things to know about no-code prototypes by Laura Bosco.

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