Imagine an extension to Figma that uses your existing design system, placing the components into views based on AI prompts - it won’t be perfect, but it’ll get you 80% of the way there.

“Ok Figma, a mobile app register view with forgot password and option to sign in existing users” Your job as a UX designer doesn’t change - you still have to understand the problems to be solved and come up with solutions. The difference is: you won’t need to draw the solutions out by hand - an AI will help you get there, giving you more time to think about users, solving problems and building out a robust design system.

“Users prefer your site to work the same way as all the other sites they already know” Jakob Nielsen Should you really be designing your user interface from scratch every time? Of course not. If the AI is already trained on a billion images of the best user interfaces out there, why waste time reinventing the wheel?