Export Design to Code

Turn your Figma design into production-friendly code in a few clicks with a dedicated developer handoff tool designed by developers for developers. Make handoff smoother, clearer, and faster.

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Produce Production Ready HTML Without Coding in Only a Few Clicks

1. Install CopyCat design tool

2. Open Figma and design files

3. Open Plugins and select CopyCat

4. Select the frame(s) you want to export

5. Preview and edit code, then export to production

Get Quality HTML CSS from Designs with AI

Similar elements and styles are grouped together
Efficiently generate clean code that is not bloated
Generate strong boilerplate, layout, and atomic code instantly

The fastest growing product teams use CopyCat

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Accelerate the Design to Code progress

Start building with clean, high-quality, responsive code

Customize and control code components' structure granularly

Trained AI that recognizes and groups similar elements

Painlessly add interactive elements and reusable components

from figma to code illustration
"First time a tool has helped me convert design to HTML, CSS, and React.js code"

I’ve used many tools and CopyCat definitely stands out. The AI-generated code saves me at least 30% of development time every sprint.

Jaafar Skafi,
React.js developer @ Altruist
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Didn't have to change my workflow
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Importing assets was super easy
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Surprised by how readable the code was
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Colors and other constants were externalized

For Designers

Design quickly and confidently without back and forth with engineers
Trust the product will look exactly as envisioned
Design with real-time feedback and visualize exactly how interactions look and feel. Nothing is left to the imagination
Production integrated creative process and smoother workflow

For Developers

Extract and export assets, styles, and fonts from a design file
Export image assets and scale in the right resolution as JPEG, PNG, SVG
Automate writing repetitive and routine code so they can focus on more complex problems instead
Create a functional prototype quickly with responsive designs

Save 35% of Development Time

Build efficiently with automatic design to code generation. Reduce iteration between designers and engineers. Reduce design ambiguity or random interpretation. Start building with quality, consistent and readable code. Pivot from different frameworks within seconds.

Start using a design-to-code tool that will revolutionize your handoffs.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do UX designers write code?

Some UX designers write code, but it is not a mandatory requirement. However, it's advantageous to have some knowledge or understanding of coding. It can help bridge the knowledge gap between designing and pushing a design to production.

Do designers need to learn to code?

It is not necessary for a designer to learn how to code. However, it can be advantageous to have some knowledge about coding to understand how a design will translate from a developer's perspective. Specifically, HTML, CSS, and Javascript are great frameworks to start with, as they are commonly used in web design.

Is coding part of design?

Technically, no, but coding is a part of the design-to-code process. Coding is a way to implement a design as a web product. It is a very collaborative process between designers and developers who share the same purpose: to build products and experiences their customers want or need. To achieve this common purpose, designers and developers need to work together. Thus, if a designer knows a bit of code and vice versa, it helps people speak the same language and collaborate effectively.

What is developer handoff?

Developer handoff is the stage in app production projects where the finished UI design is given to developers to implement into code. Traditionally, this exchange is stressful and error-prone, with many inefficiencies and ambiguity. Now, various development tools, such as CopyCat, a developer-handoff plugin, help provide real-time feedback and make the design to developer handoff smoother.