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Automatic hand-drawn wireframes conversion into an editable Uizard prototype is one of the most magical features we offer!

If you're interested in wireframe sketching and uploading to Uizard, that's a perfect guide for you! 🚀


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What is a 'hand-drawn wireframe'?

In Uizard, when we say 'hand-drawn wireframe' we refer to low-fidelity user interfaces that are sketched on paper simply by using a pen.

So the 'hand-drawn wireframe' could be successfully uploaded to your Uizard project, it's important to follow sketching guidelines.

Find some examples of hand-drawn wireframes below:

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How do I upload my hand-drawn wireframe?

1) Go to your project and click 'Magic' on the top menu. Afterward, choose the 'Scribble scanning' option:

2) Drag and drop your wireframe's image or click on the area marked on the screenshot below and upload your sketch image file manually:


Can I use my tablet to draw a wireframe?

Absolutely! You can then save your drawing as an image or take a screenshot of it.

Remember to follow the sketching guidelines 🚀


Which file formats can I upload for transformation on Uizard?

We currently support the upload of source image files in PNG, JPEG, or HEIC formats.


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