With no code, innovation is within reach for everyone.
Innovation: it's a hot topic, but unfortunately, it's often associated with shiny new tech that developers use to build cutting-edge software or apps. It doesn’t have to be that way.
The Online Business Dictionary defines innovation as:
The process of translating an idea or invention into a good or service that creates value or for which customers will pay.
Note that there is no mention of code in that definition.
I live on the forefront of technology, and I have been working for technology industries throughout my career, but I don’t believe that innovation only comes from those who can code. Otherwise, we wouldn’t have electricity or penicillin. Today, technology is a part of everyone’s lives, and to innovate often means to involve technology.
But with no-code tools, anyone and everyone can be an innovator.
In this talk, I will be sharing how I use no-code tools as a working mother and a leader in the technology industry to translate ideas and create value in all areas of my life.