Sketch2Code - Transform any hands-drawn design into a HTML code with AI(sketch2code.azurewebsites.net)

3 years ago from Mariusz Ostrowski, Co-Founder/Designer at Pixle.pl, @faktory

  • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 3 years ago

    I'm just curious what the use case for this is?

    This is clearly just a technology demonstration, but in the future I can foresee this kind of implementation would put companies that put WYSIWYG software in trouble.

    If you could hand draw a wireframe, ask it to use the most popular current design trends as a base of reference, and got it to just produce the code for you, it would cut out a lot of middle-ground in the development process.

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    • Selv GrimmSelv Grimm, 3 years ago

      But how much of a niche is that? People who sketch by hand, but bo it clean and definitive? My sketches look like someone suffered an epileptic episode while holding a pen, mostly because these's no "undo" or "delete" option. And tbh, now I do most of my quick wireframeing in apps (on my Surface Pro). Sketches are more "notes" for me, with a lot of additional information, no sense in converting them into a wireframe.

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      • Aaron Wears Many HatsAaron Wears Many Hats, 3 years ago

        If it wasn't restricted IP I could show you boards and boards (and boards and boards and boards) of wireframes.

        It's certainly not a niche! We build software for the financial sector and it's a critical part of the process for us. I would wager every large professional design or dev shop uses them fairly extensively in the early stages of a project.

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