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Prototyping is an important part of the design process. It lets you and your team review various concepts and share feedback. When you create an interactive mockup of a mobile app or website, you are able to identify any shortcomings in the usability and flow of your design before investing too much money or time into development. Mobile Prototyping Tools offer the flexibility and functionality required to create highly interactive concepts without writing a single line of code. Analyzo has listed the best Mobile Prototyping Tools that you can choose from based on your requirements. Click on Quick View to see plan features or compare plans across companies.
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Invision allows you to create a realistic experience of interactions between your sketches and layouts. Its rapid prototyping environment lets you quickly link UX/UI sketches, digital wireframes and even high-fidelity designs to test how your mobile app works.
UXPin is a quick and easy tool for creating mockups and on-line clickable prototypes. It offers a full toolkit of good user design patterns and elements to build a great design from the ground up.
Fluid is a web based app that allows interactive wire frames and prototypes for all major platform. It features a drag and drop interface basting gestures, mobile animations and transitions with visual linking for testing and demos.
Marvel lets you convert your hand drawn wire frames into click through prototypes. You can take pictures of your wireframe and add clickable hotspots to each image. It’s as easy as that to quickly validate a design in front of potential users.
Proto.io helps deploy fully interactive mobile app prototypes and simulations that resemble finished products. Its a web based application which features three main interfaces: dashboard, editor and the player. The dashboard is the interface where you manage projects.
Justinmind allows you to create rich, interactive web and mobile wireframes. Justinmind includes iPhone, Android and iPad gestures such as swipe, tap-and-hold, pinch and rotate, which can be included in your mobile wireframe to create a fully interactive prototype.
Balsamiq allows you to generate ideas quickly by reproducing the experience of sketching on a whiteboard. This allows easy sharing, collaboration and feedback.You can share and present your mockups or utilize "linking," which lets you generate click-through prototypes for demos and usability testing.
Axure lets you create simple click-through diagrams or highly functional, rich prototypes with conditional logic, dynamic content, animations, math functions, and data-driven interactions without writing a single line of code.