Hey! What about Framer Js?
No love for marvelapp.com? I think it's one of the best, easiest, fast-prototyping tools out there... and it's free.
Second that. Marvel App is awesome.
Where is Origami?
Great work. Maybe it'd cool if it included the price of the tools though.
Tweeted this... Nice but would recommend you replace "Fidelity" with a more critical point of differentiation: can you use the tool to create mocks or only import?
TRUE. What is fidelity anyways.
Very cool. I am, though, surprised by the relatively lacklustre grade of UXPin. I've never used it, but I love their e-books and I've always had the impression that they were probably among the best.
Has anybody here used UXPin? Any first-hand thoughts?
Weird, I was wondering the same myself just now. I would also like an answer to this since I'm too lazy to try it myself, ha. Anyone?
I used it for about a year. I found it somewhat buggy but it improved as time went on. It's was so close to being great but at the time it could be frustrating and unreliable: objects would randomly move, layer management was non-existent, etc. I wouldn't be surprise if it's much better now.
what about html and css? Thats my fav tool! ;-)
Yo! I don't know if anyone have use Atomic, it's probably the most impressive beta demo I have seen in a while.
I used it too and was also impressed by how clean and easy it is to use. It still felt pretty shallow, though, and transitions weren't very intuitive. It'll only get better with time.
It is strange that there is no Koncept (https://konceptapp.com) at the list. It is so unique since it covers both prototyping and usability testing side – awesome for gathering objective feedback.