Pixelworm is a SaaS tool that automates the process of comparing your
app’s design with its implementation - what can be called fit and finish
testing. Inconsistencies between the two are detected and listed out as
issues helping save time for both your developers and designers.
2. How do I use it?
Once you’ve signed up to pixelworm, you add an application from the
dashboard by giving it a name and choosing the design dimensions you
used for your artwork. Next, you upload your artboards using our Sketch
plugin (link) and follow that up by integrating our iOS SDK (link). Once
your developer runs your app, every screen they test will be
automatically uploaded into your project. The final step is to map your
artboards to your screens after which pixelworm will automatically map
all the components between the two and list out every discrepancy it
3. How do I map components?
Normally pixelworm automatically maps every component it finds a match
for. However, for those that it cannot find a match for, or for those
that are mapped incorrectly, you can manually click and drag between
your screen and artboard.
4. How many projects can I use it with?
The standard package allows you to work on 3 projects simultaneously.
However, if you require more please get in touch with us.
5. What differences does pixelworm look for?
Pixelworm spots differences in the following:
Image size and aspect ratio
Font family, size, weight, and style
Spacing and constraints
6. Which apps are supported?
Currently pixelworm supports Sketch and the iOS platform with additional
apps and platforms coming soon.
7. How long does the free trial version last?
8. Are all features included in the free trial version?
Yes, there are no limitations whatsoever on the free trial. We want
you to get a feel for the software as a whole to see how well it
fits into your workflow.
Please let us know what the size of your team is, your company name, and how you intend to