An AI that creates an interface based on a verbal description. So that there is an artificial intelligence that will translate what a person has written into the interface of an application or web service.
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Good afternoon. No, no problem, thanks. Sorry for my English. I mean, if in adobe xd it was possible for users to describe in their own words the interface of the application or site they want to receive. And so that, on the basis of this description, Adobe XDD generates an "image" of the interface, then the circle of Adobe XDD users would possibly expand.
Are you talkimg about verbal commands or auto translating text written on artboards?
Maybe even a separate field for entering a description of entire screen would be cool.
As I understand you are asking about a new feature for grouping separate artboards and describing selected group- something like a note or hint. I think group would be better as each user have different resolution of screen and screens can be differ from user to user.
This can be interesting idea. Something like a Frames that we have in Adobe Substance Designer
The number one thing that leads to cleaner, easier to read graphs, is the placement of Frames around core groups of your graph. Without Frames, a big Graph is almost unreadable, and even small Graphs become much easier to understand once frames are drawn. A huge advantage of Frames is that their names are always rendered at the same scale, even if you zoom out very far.
Frames make it much easier to understand what is going on in a graph. They can help you as an author coming back to your work months later, or another user such as a colleague to find their way around a Graph they are not used to.
Use the following criteria when placing Frames: