9 comments

  • Femke vs, over 5 years ago

    Femke from Atomic here – we're thrilled to announce Atomic V2!

    Atomic V2 is all about scale, visibility and speed. We've been working on building a massively scalable prototyping platform for teams, and it's finally here.

    If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to help answer them.

    6 points
  • Adam Hopwood, over 5 years ago

    So - never used Atomic before. Looks great.

    Where does this sit on the Prototyping landscape?

    Seems like Invision + Principle - my current preferred setup.

    3 points
    • Suganth SSuganth S, over 5 years ago

      Same here. Partially because they don't have free plan I guess

      0 points
      • Femke vs, over 5 years ago

        Hey Suganth – we have a 30 day free trial and a free plan for Educational students

        3 points
    • Femke vs, over 5 years ago

      Why use two prototyping tools when you can just use one? ;)

      Atomic gives you a lot more control and flexibility over the transition of individual elements. Not only that, but with it's collaborative environment, each member or members of your team can work on individual prototypes and assemble them together to create a master view.

      This video helps to explain: https://vimeo.com/184713437

      4 points
    • Pedro RiveraPedro Rivera, over 5 years ago

      Happy Atomic user here :)

      I'm using it in basically every project for the studio I work, because I don't need another app to design the interface or animate the interactions, and the dev think it's a great way for her to get the specs of the design.

      It's worth a try ;)

      3 points
  • Ruban KhalidRuban Khalid, over 5 years ago

    Can't wait to prototype in this and then for the company to shut down or be acquired, yay!

    0 points
  • Michael CookMichael Cook, over 5 years ago

    Love Atomic.io. Very easy to jump into, very easy to share prototypes with clients or team and make immediate updates. Really nice to be able to have some simple design tools built in.

    0 points
  • Ray SensebachRay Sensebach, over 5 years ago

    Oof, bad timing. Will check it out!

    0 points