A while ago, when the news of Luban was on the screen of the Moments, a front-end friend who was obviously not saturated with work came to me to chat, and they both felt a deep sense of crisis between the words.
If it is said that 8000 pictures per second is only an improvement in computing performance, the improvement in picture quality and learning ability is a real scary place. When people thought that Luban could only rub banners, it has already exerted its fists in more fields.
If Luban's output quality and adaptability stabilize, at least for small and medium-sized sellers who do not have high requirements for brand building and b2b data design, the crisis of the position of junior e-commerce artist is no joke.
Colleagues said that I am afraid that code will have such a day sooner or later, so he has already started learning machine learning after get off work.
This reminds me of a question that is often asked: Is there a standardized process for interaction design?
The answer is very simple, if there is, then wait for this position to be quickly replaced by AI.
Imagine that the product manager crackles into the requirements, and then the AI automatically completes the requirement decomposition and process design, and then searches for the corresponding interface of all the apps on the market for each node in the process, and generates a set of at least no big mistakes. Interaction or even visual draft, and then automatically Completion of annotation and cut-out delivery development, and the quality of the manuscript will continue to improve through self-learning...
To give the simplest example, when the design language and interaction specifications of iOS and Android have been fully settled, look at the setting pages of each app. Do you think that as long as the algorithm gods pay a little attention to this field, generating similar interfaces according to their needs is not a problem. Is it a simple thing?