Tools For Nocode (Functional) Prototypes for Building Digital Products and Services

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Welcome to this course about no-code prototyping tools. We, a bunch of entrepreneurs who have collectively created over 100 apps, platforms and websites, walk you through the tools which help you create prototypes without using one single line of code.

Your Experts in this Course

Björn is a serial entrepreneur, who has founded 7 ventures to date. He worked at McKinsey for 2 years and owned his own software agency which recorded close to 7-figure revenues. He is now building a new form of school in Paraguay, which teaches people how to code – and most importantly – how to think like a coder.

Delia is an experienced nocode prototyper. She’s built dozens of apps using tools that don’t require one single line of code.

Daniel has built several products and web apps, three of which turned into successful companies. Amongst others, he also built the EWOR platform as it exists today. He’s an education enthusiast – which led him to start EWOR – and the epitome of a generalist.

About the Course

This course walks you through four components of prototyping. In the first section of this course, we will pick up some lessons from our main challenge 4: Prototyping, and describe what sort of information architecture is necessary before you begin building your first prototype. The second and third lesson focus on building low and high res prototype mockups through tools such as pen and paper, Google Slides, Figma or Proto.io. Lesson 4 will focus on building actual digital products without using a single line of code. These products will be completely functional and could already turn into a profitable business. Lastly, we will very briefly dive into Zapier and other forms of integration that might help you combine all sorts of online tools for your business.

Your Main Challenge

This course is a supplementary course to 4: Prototyping. Your main challenge will remain the same: after having identified the most critical assumptions of your current business ideas, translate them into prototypes and experiments to validate or disprove them.