This session with Creative Informatics demonstrates how NoCode tools can allow non-technical people to create their own software to support their creative ideas.
NoCode tools are becoming increasingly sophisticated as well as accessible. Whereas previously a non technical person would have to pay a developer an eye watering amount to get a functional Minimum Viable Product, now they can build it themselves. In this session, Oli Littlejohn will talk about his experience with the NoCode tool Bubble: how to get started, what you can achieve, and who it's useful for. He'll take you through a live demo of using Bubble so you can begin to understand the possibilities, and wrap up with some time for Q&A.
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