Category: Nocode

  • Taking on Internet Art with WordPress

    Taking on Internet Art with WordPress

    Rachel Winchester is challenging us to think about WordPress as a canvas for art. WordPress as a paint brush, not an NFT. In this episode we uncover how she found WordPress and bringing those skills to her day job at DigitalCube. As a loyal Elementor builder, what does Rachel think about Gutenberg and FSE? Tune […]

  • What it feels like to disrupt ecommerce forever

    What it feels like to disrupt ecommerce forever

    A tricky part about all of this stuff we do in business and online is to not let the work consume you. I know people say that your work is not your worth, and I get it, but it’s really hard for me to disconnect from that. To show the world what you’ve built and […]

  • Dave Foy’s switch to Webflow

    Dave Foy’s switch to Webflow

    As designers or developers — even product makers — when WordPress is your hammer, everything looks like a nail. WordPress is certainly in an inflection point. Where as the software is evolving, read: gutenberg + fullsite editing, the community of users grapple with what WordPress really is. I feel like that’s a statement which has […]

  • A new business model for no code

    A new business model for no code

    I came across Kristen Youngs’ YouTube channel while I was exploring the popular no code Bubble.io platform. At first, I thought she was creating the typical tutorial videos channel around this very popular app building platform, but as I explored more, I realized she was building a very unique business behind the scenes. I think […]

  • The business opportunity of #nocode w/ Kieran Ball

    The business opportunity of #nocode w/ Kieran Ball

    I’m sure we’re all very familiar with building in public. As someone that has been doing exactly that for the last 15 or so years, I can tell you, it’s the only way I really know how to do something. If you’re unfamiliar with the practice, it starts as early as the idea phase. You […]