Launch Your Startup Without Code – Build an App in 1 Day
What you'll learn
- Quickly validate your business or product idea by building an MVP
- Build and launch a website and mobile apps for iOS and Android with Adalo
- Design mockups and clickable prototypes with Figma
- Gather customer feedback before and after your launch to inform your product strategy
- Build beautiful landing pages in 1 hour using Carrd
- Set up automated email marketing campaigns with Zapier, Mailchimp and Gmail
- Get paid by integrating payments into your app with Stripe
- Set up a lightweight CRM system with Airtable
- Learn how to use the latest no code tools
- Anyone with an internet connection can get started right away
In this hands-on course, you will learn everything you need to know to launch your startup and build a mobile and web app without writing any code.
Go from idea to App Store launch for iOS or Android within just 2 hours.
You don't have to be a software engineer or spend a lot of money hiring one to create your MVP within 1 day to validate your startup or feature idea with real users. This will enable you to learn, iterate, and improve your product quickly, following a lean startup best practice.
You will earn all the essential steps to start your product-based business:
Validating ideas and opportunities
Building your website and visuals with Canva & Carrd
Setting up your CRM for email marketing with Airtable, Mailchimp & Gmail
UX / UI design, wireframing and prototyping with Figma
Building your mobile app with Adalo
Enabling payments with Stripe
Integrating analytics to understand your user behavior with Mixpanel
Automating workflows and connecting with other apps with Zapier
You will be introduced to the latest and most popular no-code tools out there that enable you to build something quickly on your own. At the end of the course, you will be able to launch your own app on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.
Get practical tips and first-hand insights from your instructor Sebastian, who has launched several online businesses himself.
You will also get access to our community of makers, where you can share your work and get valuable feedback.
Sebastian Hoffmann is a Product Management Leader at DAZN and a former strategy consultant at PwC. Throughout the past nine years, he gained experience in various positions at startups, scale-ups, and corporates. He founded multiple online businesses and is a featured expert in publications such as Wired, NASDAQ, or Hackernoon.
Who this course is for
Small business owners
Corporate Innovators & Intrapreneurs
And even developers!
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to quickly test ideas with an MVP
- Entrepreneurs who want to launch an online business
- Small business owner who want to create a mobile and web app for their business
- UX designers, researchers and marketers who want to validate ideas with real users
- Product Managers who want to spin up something quickly without waiting for UX or engineering
- Anyone in an organization who wants to share an idea and get stakeholders onboard
- Students who want to build something as an assignment
- Engineers who don't want to spend too much development effort upfront
- Startups with limited budget for engineers
Seb is a product lead, entrepreneur, and advisor with an extensive background in the tech industry.
He co-founded an investment platform and most recently a sustainable food business. Through his experience, he's learned a lot about starting and growing a business.
He's passionate about helping entrepreneurs and small business owners achieve success by providing the tools and actionable knowledge you need to get started and grow your business.
Earlier in his career, Sebastian helped leading companies develop strategies to succeed in the digital age as a management consultant at PwC before he joined DAZN and led growth initiatives that led to $80M in annual revenue.
Seb is a featured expert in publications such as Wired, NASDAQ or Hackernoon and runs the startup growth blog GrowthLead and has a background in software engineering and business having studied at the University of Cambridge and the University of Amsterdam.