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Sketching Interfaces

From the same team that worked on the incredibly wild idea of using React to make Sketch documents comes an even wilder idea:

Sketching seemed like the natural place to start. As interface designers, sketching is an intuitive method of expressing a concept. We wanted to see how it might look to skip a few steps in the product development lifecycle and instantly translate our sketches into a finished product.

In other words, a camera looks at the sketches, figures out what design patterns are being insinuated, and renders them in a browser.

I wouldn’t doubt design tooling gets this sophisticated in coming years. Mostly I think: if your design team is this forward thinking and experimental, you’ve done a fantastic job putting a team together. Hopefully you can keep them happy designing travel websites, or somehow pivot to design tooling itself.

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Sketching Interfaces is a post from CSS-Tricks

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Author: Chris Coyier

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2017-10-30T03:01:34+00:00October 30th, 2017|Categories: News, Tutorials|Tags: |
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