Has any Non - techy people been successful?

Hello all,

Basically I am very un techincal person. As in, I don’t find it too much fun, it doesn’t come naturally to me and I lack the patience… However, I really want to build my MVP and I don’t have the capital to invest into someone else to do it for me.

So I have now came to that point where I have to accept that I either, invest a few K (not really an option), give up or just bite the bullet and learn.

So to motivate me to learn has anyone else had any success stories? They felt the same as me but still managed to do it in the end? How long did it take you?

To give some context to my product, it’s a platform that requires a login, create a profile, to be able to search for other people based on criteria, directly message them.

How difficult is that to do based on the above?

Thank you all!

Hi Jack,

I am non-techy, but I do love to Bubble. Learning Bubble is infinitely easier than learning to code, but it takes a lot of dedication and perseverance. There have been many times during my early learning process (first ~2 months) that were very frustrating, but each roadblock was overcome, and every time brought huge satisfaction. If you lack passion for the creative side of the journey, or if the solution gratification doesn’t resonate, then this is likely not for you. Or at least that’s one man’s opinion.

Cheers and good luck.

Also, the app you’re describing is vanilla, base line Bubble and highly doable.

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