Adobe XD: Design, Prototype, and Share with Adobe’s UX/UI Solution

Today, I installed Adobe XD, Adobe’s UX/UI solution for prototyping websites, web applications, and mobile applications. Adobe XD enables users to switch from static wireframes to interactive prototypes in a single click. You can make changes to your design and see your prototype update automatically — no syncing required. And you can preview your prototypes, complete with transitions on iOS and Android devices, then share them with your team for fast feedback. Features of Adobe

InVision: Prototyping, Collaboration and Workflow

Recently, I received an email with a link at the top that stated the folks were designing a new email and wanted our feedback. I clicked through on the link and it was a publicly accessible prototype of a new email design by the company. As I scanned the page, there were numbered hotspots (red circles) that could be clicked on and very specific feedback was provided by the folks visiting the page. I clicked

Fluid: Design, Test and Share Your Mobile Prototypes

I’m not sure I’ve ever tested out an easier prototyping engine than Fluid. Seriously, you have to give their editor a test drive, it’s incredibly simple, intuitive and has a robust pallet of drag and drop user interface components that snap to the grid and size intelligently. Fluid has custom player apps for Android, iPhone and iPad. They allow you to build connected multi-screen prototypes, export the screenflows, add gestures and transitions with swipe, tap,

POP: Your Mobile App for Prototyping on Paper

I’ve tested a ton of different prototyping tools to create wireframes and layout user interface elements… but I always gravitated back to paper. Perhaps if I purchased a sketch pad, I could have some luck… I’m just not a mouse guy when it comes to drawing (yet). Enter POP, a mobile or tablet application that allows the user to combine photos of your paper prototypes with hotspots for interactivity. It’s pretty ingenious! Start by drawing