Admit it. You feel extremely frustrated when you can’t solve a technical problem that involves coding. We’ve all been there. We have had ideas we wanted to see functioning live or make an impact with. But not knowing how to code never let those ideas come to life. Many experts who could make a difference in their industries have faced this too until the No-code movement empowered them.
Now individuals from across the industries are building products and online businesses using no-code tools. Luckily for us, many of these no-coders regularly share insights that others can learn from and apply.
If you’re familiar with the no-code space, you might already know Ben Tossel, Doc Williams, or Lacy Kesler, but there are many more experts you should connect with and learn from. Many of the no-code experts in this list built their careers from the ground up. Now they’re top-notch solo entrepreneurs, product makers, freelance automation experts, community builders, and educators.
Wait, what is No-Code?
No-code is a way of building industry-grade websites and applications, without writing code. Yes, any technology is made using code, even the no-code platforms that provide you all raw materials any app or website might need. The difference? While building, instead of coding, one can only drag and drop those raw materials and connect them into their app. No-code platforms can support complex app building too, with API integrations, data storage, custom landing pages and more.
You can use no-code tools to power up and run your business online, build customer portals and stores, and even create marketplaces. If you have a computer and an internet connection, you can start building apps and websites right away, with minimal to 0 investment.
From 2014 to 2021, the No-code industry has grown at an unparalleled rate. Many platforms enabling no-code development for various sectors are raising millions from investors. It’s a dynamic space, with almost limitless possibilities you can harness. And following the experts in this list will help you access the no-code space better and help you learn faster.
Before we get into this list of experts, please note the list follows no hierarchical order. However, the first 10 are our honorable mentions.
1. Ben Tossell
Ben is one of the most prominent no-code experts since the start of the movement. He pioneered no-code education through his venture Makerpad, which is now acquired by Zapier.
Mackenzie is a designer and no-code expert, who teaches web app building with Webflow and other integrations with step-by-step guides. He also creates ready-to-use templates for no-code makers to build faster.
A no-code education specialist, and co-host of Visual Development Podcast. Lacey is currently the Head of Education at Adalo – a native no-code apps builder. She is also spearheading the Women in No-code Movement.
Expert in building businesses and side hustles, and he is also a community builder. To learn about building SaaS and project launching, give Kieran a follow. He’s made a crash course on building apps with Bubble.io as well.
Temir is a productivity expert, who is making Optemization – an agency that makes Notion templates for entrepreneurs. You can boost your knowledge on digital productivity and using Notion by following him.
Co-founder of Tectonic and wellos.co, Dan blends mental health with no-code to create human-centric products. Follow him to learn customer research for better no-code products, content monetization and creator economy.
Greg is a serial entrepreneur who combines no-code, crypto, and divergent thinking into products. He also mentors budding no-code makers. He’s currently building patronage.plus using a low-code approach.
Besides founding a no-code agency, William has created Notion.vip – a newsletter of resources and insights. If you’re a no-code builder who uses Notion, you can get tips, templates, and add-ons from him.
Sharath is the co-founder of Shoutout.so – a platform helping creators harness the power of their social capital gained on Twitter. He also handles Community Programs at Product Hunt. Follow him for insights on startups, community building, and no-code.