Veronica Picciafuoco, No-Code App Developer
In this episode, we chat with Veronica Picciafuoco of 8020.inc, an agency that helps businesses move faster without code. Veronica shares a base made to help a friend keep track of her horse training business.
Welcome to BuiltOnAir, a podcast and video series about all things Airtable. Each episode, we talk with someone active in the Airtable community to discuss their experiences and showcase an interesting way they’ve used Airtable in their work.
In this episode, we chat with Veronica Picciafuoco of 8020.inc, an agency that helps businesses move faster without code. We talk about how no-code app solutions like Airtable can help just about anybody achieve their goals. In Veronica’s experience, there’s no such thing as one-app-fits-all, and oftentimes half the battle is nailing down exactly how many bells and whistles a solution really needs. Indeed, part of Veronica's job is to help her clients decide whether their ideal solution is a “car” when a “bike” will meet all the client’s needs at a fraction of the cost. Speaking of which, the base Veronica shares with us was made to help a friend keep track of her horse training business. Looking for a simple, mobile-friendly way to log each horse’s daily exercise to better plan for the horse’s activity level the next day, Veronica put together a flexible little Airtable base which does just the trick.
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