Looks functional. Could you convince me why I should use CanvasFlip instead of Invision Inspect / Zeplin?
Hey @Joseph, thanks for asking.
Unlike Invision/Zeplin, CanvasFlip enables UX analytics on your prototypes (Heatmap, User Videos, User flows, Conversion Funnel) while easing up prototyping and design handoff.. :)
CanvasFlip completes the entire story so CanvasFlip = Prototyping + User Testing + Design Hand off.
If you care to improve UX right from design phase, CanvasFlip is your obvious choice.
Oh, sorry for being a little dick — not researching the complete app before writing down a poetry of nonsense.
Those UX Analytics are definitely awesome! I'll be checking this out, thank you.
No worries @Joseph. Asking questions is the best way to learn new things. I do it all the times.
I'm glad that you find UX analytics interesting. I'll look forward to hear your feedback.
Not to mention, CanvasFlip offers you unbeatable price.. ;)
Hey guys, we are experiencing exceptional load at CanvasFlip due to SPEC launch and ongoing Xmas/New Year offer.
It has been fixed now with server scale. Sorry for the inconvenience.
- Your friends at CanvasFlip
Looks similar to Marketch http://tudou527.github.io/marketch/
Hey Hooch, thanks for your comment. Yeah Marketch looks similar.
CanvasFlip also enables prototyping and user testing for designs... Hope you find this useful.. :)
Would love to hear any suggestion you have for us... :)
Hey guys, Vipul here - co founder at CanvasFlip. We have recently launched SPECS in CanvasFlip for designers to share their design properties with their developers in a ziffy.. You can have a preview at - https://www.canvasflip.com/specs-the-design-hand-off.php
Hope you guys love it as much as we love you.
[ P.S. Suggestions / improvements are most welcome.]
Hello Vipul, congrats on launch of Specs! I have a question: how many people do I need to test my prototype with to get reasonable data? (Considering that heatmaps are primarily quantitative method...)
Hey Mike, I'm Monika from CanvasFlip. I am a UX researcher at CanvasFlip.
Ideally, as we know 5 users is a good number to conduct any user testing unless the usability test demands a larger crowd in specific. I am glad to inform that the heat map at CanvasFlip is as good for 5 users as it is for 20!
Talking of the other UX analytics, I am sure it will not be a concern as they are individual user data, drop-off rate, etc..
Hope this answers your concern :) And Merry Christmas, Mike!