Makeswift is a no-code website builder, thoughtfully designed to put you in flow and give you full creative control. Our roadmap is centered around empowering teams of people from different backgrounds and skills to build a faster and more creative web. Makeswift is invite-only while we build out our roadmap but we’re looking for early adopters who want to see what the future of no-code is all about.
TITLE: Co-Founder & CEO
Alan is the Co-Founder and CEO of Makeswift, a no-code website builder. Since graduating from Georgia Tech in 2012, Alan has built and launched multiple venture backed products that have gone on to exit. An engineer and product designer by trade, he is focused on building elegant user experiences that change the way people work.
TITLE: Co-Founder & COO
Lindsay is the Co-Founder and COO of Makeswift, a no-code website builder. She has been a part of Atlanta’s startup ecosystem since 2013 and is passionate about creating opportunities for increased diversity in tech by making software more accessible and inclusive. Lindsay co-founded two companies prior to Makeswift and has worked on projects with startups and small businesses in a variety of industries.
TITLE: Co-Founder & CPO
Andrew is the Co-Founder and CPO of Makeswift, a no-code website builder. He has spent the last 13 years working as a UI/UX designer and front-end developer. Since 2012, Andrew has co-founded several early-stage startups and joined the Landing Lion team in 2016 as it’s Creative Director. Andrew is passionate about creating products that are intuitive and engaging.
TITLE: Co-Founder & CTO
Miguel is the Co-Founder and CTO of Makeswift, a no-code website builder. Originally from the Dominican Republic, Miguel lived in Puerto Rico from an early age and moved to Atlanta to pursue studies in Mechanical Engineering at Georgia Tech. During his time there he got closely involved with the startup community, co-founded his first startup, Shortweb, and participated in Georgia Tech’s InVenture Prize and CREATE-X Startup Launch. After graduating in 2016, he became co-founder and CTO of Bloveit, a Techstars Atlanta company. As a self-taught software engineer, Miguel’s always looking to expand his technical knowledge and leverage it help others.