Learn a set of cohesive design principles for thinking about building human-centered tools, as well as a sense of the importance of the engineering-design partnership in creating successful no-code systems.
Automation has been a tool for increasing human productivity since the 1800s. By letting machines take care of repetitive, manual tasks, we humans get more time to focus on creative thinking and problem solving. For a long time, automating things required a lot of technical skill, but it doesn’t have to be that way anymore!
Micah will take you behind the scenes of his process to discuss some best practices for designing intuitive no-code systems for anyone to automate their work, so they can spend more time working on the things that matter most.