All the best things in life come in threes. No-code website builders are no exception.
There are fifty million no-code website builders, but three ways to categorize them:
- Made for Flexibility and Functionality
- Designed with a Specialized Focus
- Super simple and easy to use
Here are 19 no-code website builders categorized to help you choose which one is best. All links point to examples or templates.
Flexibility and Functionality
This is where I like to hang out. It’s as close as you can get to coding without needing to code. But, if you aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty, you can add code to extend functionality with these tools.
If you have a specific angle in mind, these websites may be worth checking out. They limit website building so that you can focus on the purpose of your website. Purpose first and building second.
Made for mobile, build on mobile.
Artistic, Designer, and Photographer
Ecommerce and Marketplaces
Websites to serve your mailing list
Simplicity and Ease of Use
One thing is for certain, no-code website builders are easier than coding. Because no-code. But the no-code tools in this category are hyper-focused on making building quick and easy.
Website first, Web apps likely coming
If you haven’t created a website for yourself (yourname.com), I suggest creating one with Carrd, first. Make a simple website to showcase who you are and what you’re working on.
Then, you can try recreating the website you build in Carrd in other platforms like Webflow. It’s a great way to learn.
Happy website building,