'Commits.io' Designs and Frames Artwork Out of Programmers' Code

By: Joey Haar - Nov 16, 2016
References: commits.io & thenextweb
Though the output of coding can often be incredibly beautiful, people don't usually associate the aesthetics of code itself to be visually appealing, but Commits.io is trying to make code more beautiful. The company takes any collection of code and turns it into a framed piece of art for developers and programmers.

Coders often think of their work in terms of the finished project. Lines of code that were designed to make a pleasant user experience for a website are often thought of in terms of the website, not the coding language. Commits.io lets programmers and developers gain a stronger connection to the actual written lines themselves. The company changes the shape and color of the code, making it look like all sorts of designs. Users who like the piece can purchase a framed version to put on display.