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Software Description:

Justinmind is a tool to quickly prototype websites and applications for web browsers, iPhone, iPad, Android and Blackberry, without the need for code. Justinmind provides a wide variety of different widgets, templates and other drag-and-drop features to build prototypes and wireframes exactly the way you want them.

Build, share and test prototypes online as if they were a real app. Anyone you share with can review and comment straight onto the components you build.

Justinmind also allows users to carry out extensive prototype tests by integrating with Google Analytics, UserZoom, Loop11 and many more. Say goodbye to rework!

Software Description:

Invision is a prototyping, collaboration, and workflow platform for designers.

With Invision it’s as easy as uploading your designs and adding hotspots to transform static screens into beautiful, clickable, interactive prototypes. It even comes with all the gestures, transitions and animations you could want.

Invision also has a range of other features including a real-time design presentation and collaboration tool that allows you to revolutionise your design meetings. It’s extremely easy to get feedback by having clients and stakeholders comment directly on your designs, removing long and confusing email chains and unrecorded input.

Software Description:

Specfox makes it ridiculously easy to write website specifications for developers, feedback for web and graphic designers, optimization tips for any online shop owner that ever launched a landing page.

To use Specfox all you have to do is upload the layouts or screen grabs you want to review or write specs for, add notes and links, export them into a nice looking PDF file.

It's powerful enough to handle the layout for a 100-page website but friendly enough to be used by anyone, even if all they want to do is point to a misspelled word in a blog post.

Specfox was created by Riga-based web development professionals Kristaps Lazda and Rodion Bezruk.

Features:

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Summary:

  • Build interactive mockups quickly. Create fully interactive prototypes to simulate what your website, web app, or mobile app will feel like. Be productive from the first minute with an easy-to-use, intuitive platform.

  • Collaborate and share in real-time. Share mockups, receive comments and adjust in real-time with team members or other invited stakeholders.

  • Templates and other shapes. Large library to give you the shapes and templates you need to start prototyping fast.

Summary:

  • Build beautiful, interactive prototypes with all the effects you want.

  • Clear in-app communication to help streamline the design iteration process.

  • Real-time design presentation and collaboration with LiveShare.

  • Version control and sync to automatically keep all your prototypes updated.

Summary:

  • Beautiful PDF exports

  • Drag and drop scree grabs and layouts

Standard Purchase

$99.99
Once-off
Included in plan:
  • 1 Feature

Pricing:

  • Credit card required: N/A
  • Free accounts allow for the creation of one project
    Paid monthly subscriptions cost $15USD and come with unlimited projects and extra features

FAQs:

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Publisher:

Founded:
2005
Based in:
San Francisco
Employees:
11-50
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Publisher:

Founded:
2012
Based in:
New York
Employees:
201-500
Likes:
118k
Followers:
125k

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Based in:
Riga
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