Dorik is a website builder with a nice balance. While it's not overly complex, it does have a bit of a learning curve to build things quickly. The interface just takes a bit of time to work with, but I would estimate most people with zero experience could get the hang of it in a day or two. The main reason it's easy to use is because you will rarely have to build anything from scratch, as Dorik has embedded "UI Blocks" that you can just drag and drop - like a pricing section, or a contact form, or a hero header.
- UI Blocks to drag and drop - Publish to custom domains (on the paid plan) - Export your website's HTML code after you're done with it, if you want
Dorik is awesome if all you need is a simple website, but that simplicity comes with a few drawbacks. Currently you can't create internal custom forms, but you can always supplement that with external form tools like Typeform if you need to. The interface, again, is a bit slow to work with, so while it's still going to be a remarkably fast process in comparison to coding something from scratch, or using an old tool like Wordpress, it's going to take a little longer than a few other no-code tools. Finally, if you need things like animations, or anything super advanced, Dorik can't help you - but just about everything else, it can do, if you put in the time!
Dorik is remarkably affordable, though it does only have yearly plans. The free plan includes almost everything you might need, besides a custom domain and custom embeds - but the first payment plan is only $36 bucks per year, which gives you access to both of those for up to two domains. Then, if you want to spend a little more, and get access to the export HTML function, for $60 bucks a year you'll get up to 100 custom domain websites - and every plan, even the free plan, offers as many pages as you need.Check out / use the template