The Makerpad resource library relies on contributors and volunteers like you to help educate the no-code community. If you want to help contribute your knowledge and expertise, we’re ready to bring you on board.
There are lots of ways to get involved. Here’s how it works.
📖 No-code featured stories
If you've built something without code and/or you use automation tools, you can share your story on our blog. See past examples here. We also share our blog stories with over 75,000 readers across our newsletter and social channels.
If you’re ready to share your story, send us an outline. We'll reach out to you with next steps if we think it would be a good fit.
If you want to help educate the community on how to build with no-code, there are 3 types of tutorials you can contribute to the tutorial library:
- Text and image
- Text and image with a video overview (preferred)
- Single video
If you’re already making no-code related video tutorials, you can share it with the Makerpad community. Send us a video (it doesn’t have to be original) and we’ll add it to our tutorial library, plus share it with over 80,000 people across our newsletter, social channels and YouTube.
No-code tools are also welcome to contribute tutorials walking through their tool’s features or how it integrates with other tools.
Here’s more info on how to submit a tutorial.
🤓 Knowledge articles
Writers and experts in no-code, tech, startups etc. are welcome to write articles for the Makerpad blog. You’ll get a byline and a link to your preferred profile in each article you contribute. We share our blog stories with over 80,000 readers across the blog, newsletter and social channels.
Here are details on how to contribute a knowledge article.
📚 Tool directory
Spotted a no-code tool that isn’t listed in our directory? Submit it here to help us keep the directory current and up-to-date.
Whatever you're contributing, please make sure you read our Publishing Style Guide before making a contribution.
We look forward to having you on board!
– The Makerpad Team