How to use chatGPT for UI/UX design: 11 examples

The practical approach to incorporating artificial intelligence into your regular workflow

Instead of debating if AI will eventually replace designers, let us focus on something more practical.

The fact is that existing AI solutions, such as chatGPT, have the potential to be a significant help with everyday chores. The topics that the tool can help you with may surprise you. This topic has several practical examples. I am confident that you will soon be unable to picture your creative process without chatGPT!

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1. Create content for a website or area

The use of “lorem ipsum” is straightforward, but the design remains amateurish. A sample copy is a better approach to conceptualizing design and shows even early revisions to the client.

Text samples generated by AI techniques may be pretty good:

2. Improve already generated copy

If you believe the text content is off, you can request that chatGPT optimize it.

Be warned that there are optimization restrictions, and the text content may begin to seem rather generic.

3. Generate page layout or wireframe concepts.

Do you have a tight deadline? Break away from the creative block! Use AI to receive a description of a wireframe for a certain layout to unlock creativity and produce fresh ideas.

Some outcomes appear to work remarkably well.

4. Determine the best usability testing approaches for particular apps or websites.

The correct usability testing approach may significantly improve the product. Feel free to request that chatGPT propose some of the ways.

5. Design workflow optimization suggestions

If you share my passion for acquiring knowledge and honing abilities, artificial intelligence applications may recommend that you investigate different approaches to workflow components, such as transitioning tasks.

6. Find the top learning resources.

The design industry is evolving at a breakneck pace. Modern technological possibilities allow for a wide range of tools to have their moment.

Inquire about which tools are utilized for specific design purposes (such as AR or VR), and chat will recommend a few options.

7. Identify the appropriate design resources to utilize.

For chatGPT, finding high-quality materials such as design system kits or UI kits is a snap.

8. Look for areas where you can practice your design skills.

For product designers, learning design is nearly second nature. AI is extremely useful in locating new platforms to master specific areas:

9. Describe UX design to a 5th grader

Occasionally, you have to explain the terms above to a child. While family members are usually technical people who understand some of the same jargon, there are times when you need to simplify things even further.

10. Look for design trends.

Several designers, including myself, devote time to researching design trends for the coming year.

In only a brief moment, you can come up with a different perspective on what may be trending in the upcoming months. This can be a great source of motivation.

11. Text content translation

It is beneficial to assess how the written material will appear when translated into another language for multi-lingual programs. This is especially significant since some commands may be too brief to be placed in a button, for example.

ChatGPT can provide a fast and efficient translation for particular user interface elements.


In conclusion, you have a plethora of ideas for how Artificial Intelligence can assist you in your everyday activities. Some of them may appear mundane, but others, like the design system documentation example, are incredibly impressive!

It is always valuable to keep an eye on chatGPT’s outputs as, like all AI tools, it’s continually advancing to generate better results.

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