- Uizard turns design mockups into source code with AI
- For a designer, programming is difficult, because the designer is hard to imagine visual image with source code.
Certainly, object code style, consisting of characters stereoscopically, is easy to imagine for the programmers.
Actually, it is that the objects including characters connect each other, it is not image or visual.
The designers want something to create code from sketches and wireframes easier.
Copenhagen-based Uizard Technologies developed a software called "Uizard", which can turn wireframes straight into code with artificial intelligence.
First, you draw a sketch neat screens with end-users in mind.
Next step, you drag and drop your sketch to Uizard, then you choose which OS of devices is.
After taht, the software turns your sketch into code automatically with AI shortly. That's it.
- The company raised an $800,000 pre-seed round led by New York-based LDV Capital with co-investors ByFounders, The Nordic Web Ventures, 7percent Ventures, New York Venture Partners, entrepreneur Peter Stern (co-founder of Datek) and Philipp Moehring and Andy Chung from AngelList.
The company received interest in June 2017 when they released their first research milestone dubbed “pix2code” and implementation on GitHub was the second-mosttrending project of June 2017 ahead of Facebook Prepack and Google TensorFlow.
- source : Tech Crunch