As big as it is, the no-code movement has a blind spot: in-venue digital communication. In this world of digital signage, information kiosks, retail self-service, curated exhibits, and more – broadly known as "in-venue digital audience engagement" - custom software development remains the dominant approach. That's an $8B software market encompassing the entirety of screens beyond personal devices (phones, tablets, etc.), PCs, and home TV, reliant solely on professional developers and inflexible content creation offerings.
No-code technology is everywhere. More than 65% of app development in 2024 will be performed using a no-code platform. That's business and creative professionals with zero software development experience, creating software applications for personal, company-wide, and customer use. The "citizen developer" is now empowered to - for example - create web and mobile apps rivaling the best of custom coding. It's a market so explosive and pervasive that its estimated size in 2021 was $13.8B, growing 23% annually.
In-venue application development is ripe for attention from the no-code community, but unique characteristics set it apart.
What is No-Code?
We summarize the characteristics of no-code solutions, framing the evolution of this approach to its dominant status on the world stage.
The No-Code Landscape
Presenting the 100+ companies selling no-code app creation and distribution software, segmented by targeted business process or objective.
Understanding In-Venue Apps
Upon noting the absence of in-venue apps in the landscape, we define what makes these deployments unique, necessitating dedicated, fit-for-purpose no-code solutions.
Intuiface: The Ideal In-Venue No-Code Solution
Intuiface is the market's first and only true no-code option for creating and deploying in-venue applications. We walk you through the key features that distinguish it from traditional in-venue solutions.