By Google Search Volume Growth (Last Year)
The no-code and low-code movements are changing the way websites are designed, developed, deployed and maintained.
What does the data tell us?
That WAY more people are interested in low code platforms compared to those that require no coding at all.
This may be because platforms (like Wix) that literally require zero coding knowledge, are notoriously fixed. You can only customize a template so much.
On the other hand, low code sites (like Webflow) allow a ton of customization with a little bit of code tweaking.