• Orlene Picard, over 2 years ago

    Of course. I was using Humaaans as an example as it's somewhat something new, so there will surely be more projects following this with bigger budgets. So, just as no-code platforms are slowly replacing traditional developments, especially in web development, should we expect something similar. Isn't it better to adapt than to stay rigid on our ways and over-trust our skills?

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    • Kyle ConradKyle Conrad, over 2 years ago

      So, just as no-code platforms are slowly replacing traditional developments, especially in web development

      I just don't think this is true on any scale - certainly for folks looking to push portfolios or whatever, it works, but (for example) a neighborhood website that needs to integrate a CRM or a restaurant chain looking to create a smart userflow with reservations and online ordering simply aren't going to go with a "no code" platform.

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      • Alison Bustos, over 2 years ago

        I'm on the same boat and adding the fact that good design requires creativity and perspective I think it's even harder for such tools to replace designers.

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