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What does everyone use for web prototypes?

over 4 years ago from , Product Design Lead at Vine

Currently I've been using Invision, but curious if there's something out there that allows for simple animations as well.

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  • Johnny JuiceJohnny Juice, over 4 years ago

    Axure

    It can do incredible complex, responsive interactions and is not cloud-hosted.

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  • Mitch De CastroMitch De Castro, over 4 years ago

    I've wondered this myself.

    I played around with Marvel recently, since it allows for web prototypes. Sadly, there's no built-in animation feature. It does allow for the uploading of GIFs so if you wanted to demo micro-interactions within pages, you could try your hand at that.

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  • Robert PaigeRobert Paige, over 4 years ago (edited over 4 years ago )

    After Effects.

    Allows me to prototype faster, and putting my design from my PSD is easier then ever. Plus using custom masks are high importance.

    I feel like it's easier to drive your user, then have them guess what works and what doesn't.

    Can't forget video, what if you have a person that was removed from a green screen, in the background or a video?

    Most of those online Prototype creators won't allow embedding video.

    Example: https://vimeo.com/61536863

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