If people know me by now, they know I don't know coding. Can anybody put in layman terms how do you design? What does it entail? It may be something I, or even others, may want to dabble in if we knew more about it. I know for some, it comes easily. But, how about for those of us who don't know a thing. Where would we start? Do you have software you download? Sites you visit?
If you want to create websites without coding knowledge, there is Adobe Dreamweaver. Yes, from the makers of Photoshop. All you need to have is a concept and you can easily convert it to code through the interface.
There are many free alternatives as well. But Dreamweaver is very popular than all of them.
When creating websites first became a thing, it was necessary to learn html and then came WYSIWYG software which greatly helped. Pretty much you only needed to know a few things and the sofware guided you in creating a page. Today you can download templates to help in that creation so most of the hard work is already done for you. I still think it's nice to learn a little html.
Try Tailwind CSS. It is mostly copy paste and you can still make great websites.
There is a learning curve. We need to understand how HTML and CSS works. How things works in an HTML templates etc. But in a month or so, we can do great things if we invest enough time.