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Jose Bermejo

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When have login - able to get access to pages made in Landen. Very straightforward and building with forms and sections and putting content in the sections and low learning curve and fast to get going. almost automatic. have different templates for type of side project like SaaS, etc...helps you by picking the typography for that template so that it helps you learn design automatically. not making you think a lot about the branding. price is $30 per month but helps you deliver professional looking app without having the experience. Landen form used to collect information on the Maker Coda will serve as backend. More versatile with Coda than Notion. Integrations with Coda and not Notion and that is a game changer. impossible to manage memeberships with Notion. wont be able to populate the information back into the landen app. would need to do custom CSS and styles in Landen and would not be able to do.

Glide apps is separate application - tool to show things in a mobile responsive.

Mid level
hours to build

Coda compared to Notion with advantages and disadvantages

What is it:

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Maker Insight:

"When have login - able to get access to pages made in Landen. Very straightforward and building with forms and sections and putting content in the sections and low learning curve and fast to get going. almost automatic. have different templates for type of side project like SaaS, etc...helps you by picking the typography for that template so that it helps you learn design automatically. not making you think a lot about the branding. price is $30 per month but helps you deliver professional looking app without having the experience. Landen form used to collect information on the Maker Coda will serve as backend. More versatile with Coda than Notion. Integrations with Coda and not Notion and that is a game changer. impossible to manage memeberships with Notion. wont be able to populate the information back into the landen app. would need to do custom CSS and styles in Landen and would not be able to do.

Glide apps is separate application - tool to show things in a mobile responsive.

What did I learn:

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1. No-code tool feature: Landen, website builder -
Landen: "Very straightforward and building with forms and sections and putting content in the sections and low learning curve and fast to get going. almost automatic." The advantage of using Landen is they have different templates for type of side project like SaaS, etc...which helps you by picking the typography for that template so that it helps you learn what is the best design for your usecase. Reduces your energy to not making you think a lot about the branding. Price is $30 per month but helps you deliver professional looking app without having the experience.

Landen form is used to collect information to build your profile and Jose uses Zapier to connect to Coda will serve as backend.

2. No-code tool feature: Coda -
Coda: "In his experience believe it is more versatile to use Coda than Notion. Integrations with Coda and not Notion and that is a game changer or difference". "Impossible to manage memberships with Notion.

Can you dynamically display information back into the app: "Landen does not have that ability to be able to populate the information back into the Landen."

3. Product Strategy - Glide apps within this stack seems duplicative - Jose stated, that
Jack Butcher talks about make once, sell twice. Jose is using that principle by using Glide apps as a separate application, with all the resources and information to be able to be whitelisted and/or use the app as a template to be purchased.

My recommendation is that I would build either for web or mobile first. Understand how your users like to consume your content and what context they are in. If for example you have content that is really text heavy and it takes time to sort through and understand and apply desktop might be the starting place for your project. My recommendation is that if you try to develop to separate apps and experiences at the same time, it will spread you to thin trying to do too much and you won't be great at delivering value at any one thing. Get your value prop really right, focus on one social channel, focus on one way to deliver that through one website/app and then grow from there.

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