how about no coding required
Codes can be visually expressed too. Look at boat signal flags, hieroglyphs, and petroglyphs.
Codes can also be auditory like Morse code.
It took me a few thoughts to understand it, But I think "No Programming required" is OK. Maybe not OK for non-english speaking people, but Google translate will confuse them no matter what you say. I have been speaking english since I was 15, and I get a hard time sometimes.
No Coding required might be better for internet-savy users. I usually link "Code" to programming syntax/gibberish.
I have a little formal programming training, and I can honestly say this is nothing like anything I have ever tried.
It is a GODsend for my Dyslexia. I can look over an event sheet and instantly identify what is going on by the sprite thumbnails. I look at even a single line of Python or C# and instantly see gibberish for the first few seconds. (Even with the best syntax highlighting.)
Well anyway, C2 is not "old-school" programming in my book. I would like to hold my head up and say I am a programmer now though.