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The low and no-code opportunity for UX

The distance from thinking to testing has been narrowing down, with wireframes, agile methologies and MVP (Minimum Viable Product) concepts. Today nobody wants to wait for months of specifications and coding before seing a first glimpse at an idea. We want to try our our concepts immediately, and failing fast is the new key to success. Low and no-code platforms are emerging, allowing anyone to create a digital product without any or with minimum coding skills. Tools like Glide, Zapier, Bubble or Botnation are the new unicorns, propelling your ideas to shareable digital products in very little time and with a very little cost.