For the conversion of vector graphics to bitmaps, M.Fuchs Design has developed a tool which particularly takes the requirements of agile software development into account.
All the usually unchangeable properties of a graphic, including its name and dimensions, are defined once independently of the design. These graphics can be created quickly and already used for implementation.
The design of the graphic elements can be done by M.Fuchs Design. However, specifications from external design offices can also be processed. Formal consistency enables automated adoption even across a wide range of areas.
The export tool also supports the generation of sub-graphics as used for scalable graphics, e.g. buttons in variable dimensions. This reduces storage requirements, prevents redundant information and speeds development progress.
In addition to the visible design, additional information can be stored in the source files, which are taken into account during export. This automatically generates XML files that contain additional data for positioning or margins and can be transferred directly into the implementation.
All implementation-relevant information, such as dimensional changes, are documented parallelly in real-time and are suitable for automated analysis or further processing due to their standardization.