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URL to Mockup

Guys I've created this simple tool that takes the URL of the responsive website and turns it into beautiful mockups on several devices and I kinda need your input as there are some things that am failing to accomplish. First here is the link URLToMockup ... I need to be able to provide a Zip file for users to download all of the mockups, I will be posting the github repo for that one very soon, right now just explore and tell me what you think PLEASE Randy Hoyt Jim Hoskins Nick Pettit

3 Answers

James Barnett
James Barnett
39,199 Points

I like your design, it's very clean. The concept reminds me of http://ami.responsivedesign.is/

James Barnett Thanks a lot, and wow this is a cool website just that it's loading iframes to preview websites in real time. Am just trying to make things easier for front end developers like me who hate photoshop yet still need clean portfolio.

Am thinking of allowing those who create mockup freebies to upload their work and enter screenshot size and coordinates for the backend to align it perfectly.

BTW this website is based on a framework that I made for myself & I claim the the grid is more flexible than Bootstrap and Foundation all together :D

Do you think such thing might be useful? should I go on?

Nick Pettit
Nick Pettit
Treehouse Teacher

I think this is great. There are tools that do similar things, but I like the narrow focus of this concept. You should definitely continue building this.