Hi, I’m Bryce Vernon.
I help you be more creative at work with no-code and save a bunch of time with automation.
I write a weekly newsletter called Build Anything that includes:
✔︎ No-code News to keep you in the know
✔︎ No-code Stories to inspire you
✔︎ Occasional articles to get you thinking about the future
At the heart of no-code is creation. No-code is all about taking an idea and making it a reality. The barrier to entry for creating websites and apps is now lower. It’s an exciting time.read more
To find out how old I was, I had to do math. I’d prefer robots to do math for me. So I created a no-code app using Zapier, Glide, and Google Sheets.read more
Something strange happened this week. I was on our weekly all-company Zoom call. You know the drill. Then I noticed something different in the gallery of faces.read more
Notion is Coda with a different name. They are different companies. But they have almost identical products.
So, why aren’t we seeing people sell Coda templates like they do for Notion?read more
I’ve been thinking about what it looks like to create products for people using no-code. In other words, I’ve been thinking about serving the community of people who use no-code. It’s a bit meta.read more
Learn how to use no-code to build anything ⚡️Integrate Zapier and Bubble using webhooks If you want to send data from your Bubble project into some other app like Google Sheets, Airtable, or Gmail, then you may want to use Zapier. Zapier will connect your data to...read more
Zapier can now integrate with over 3,000 different apps. As of February, 2021, this is 1,300 more apps than its closest competitor Workato.read more
Learn how to use no-code to build anything ⚡️Here’s how to integrate Zapier and Bubble (step-by-step with pictures) [Feb 2021] This post has been updated to reflect the new Bubble beta app on Zapier and the new Zapier plugin on Bubble. For instructions on how to...read more
Learn how to use no-code to build anything ⚡️ Can no-code be open-source? I've been learning about open-source software. See the Farnam Street podcast episode featuring WordPress.org's co-founder Matt Mullenweg. WordPress is open source. This means you can use...read more
Learn how to use no-code to build anything ⚡️ The No-code term is a fad. Here are 3 reasons why. There's one thing I know: everyone who's bought a no-code domain hopes no-code's not a fad. And there's something else I know: fads don't solve problems. Trends solve...read more