The standard product design workflow is that designers create prototypes in a vector-based tool and convert them to code. Your design starts as an image and then needs to be translated into code to make it functional. Is there an alternative to that approach? One that would allow you to start with code? Code-to-design prototyping(…)
15 Examples of Reactjs Websites
ReactJS is the most popular front-end library in the world. The library’s component-based methodology allows the development team to build and reuse components throughout a project, resulting in less programming from scratch and faster development. We’ve put together 15 ReactJS websites and web apps to demonstrate what’s possible with this versatile framework. We also showcase(…)
Code to Design Complete Guide for 2023
Design-to-code is a familiar workflow. Designers create a prototype using a design tool, and developers convert it to code–a simplified version of the standard product development process. UXPin Merge turns this process upside down with a revolutionary code-to-design workflow. This article explains code to design and how it enhances the product development process with four(…)
Code to Design vs. Design to Code – Which is Better?
Just completed the final iteration of your prototype? Great! Let’s send the design to the development team, so they can translate it to code. Here the question pops up: is design to code really the best direction you can hope for? Actually, there’s a second model of working: pushing code to design and working with(…)
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