Nayeli began using the Wix platform in 2010. She started to create websites for herself and then others. She quickly went from Wix User to Wix Expert. As time went on, she earned a few titles by completing Wix Ed courses and by other Wix Community contributions. In 2020, Nayeli was named an Ada Lovelace Awards Finalist for the Engineer category of developers (Women in Tech). She is Velo Certified (a Velo certification given by Wix).
Code Queen Nayeli had the privilege of exploring the early possibilities and capabilities that Wix Code had to offer during the alpha testing phase not released to the public. Despite having zero background or experience in any type of code, she was excited to be a part of the beginning of something so sophisticated. After a few months of continuous research through the Wix Forum and Wix tutorial articles she realized that other users new to coding were probably going to go through the same extensive path of overcoming the huge learning curve. While a few people had their doubts and others accepted code with open arms, the Code Queen decided she would show everyone what Wix Code was really about. The idea that most people like to see answers instead of read the answers inspired her to create her trailblazing Wix Code tutorial videos on YouTube to share with the world.
Totally Codable was created with the purpose of having a central and trusted place to find invaluable Wix code resources. Having the right resources is important to complete any website. The Code Queen has collectively created this website dedicated to the Wix code community.
It is no secret that many have tried to replicate the tutorials and walk-through's she has created, but the Code Queen style stays unique and her audience reach stays strong. She was the first person outside of Wix to ever create and upload code tutorials on YouTube. Her inspiration came from the fact that she was not able to find any articles or tutorials that matched her level of coding. What level was that? The 'ZERO coding' level. She suspected there would be many others facing the same learning curve so began to create videos and tutorials beginning from that level.
Her early 'zero coding level experience' code tutorials remain live on YouTube. But why? It was never about business or marketing, never about being a 'professional' content creator and never about giving false perception of reality to her audience.
It is also my own digital diary of my growth and digital proof that it really is THAT easy to learn code."
The Code Queen continues her commitment to provide the utmost knowledge and Velo resources. She continues to create Velo support articles, Velo video tutorials, online webinars and even offers private tutorial sessions for those who prefer a one-on-one learning environment.