UX Prototyping Tool

Create wireflow and perform prototyping easily and quickly

Prototyping in 4 easy steps

Create wireflow to visualize screen flow and screen layout. Run prototype with stakeholder to demonstrate and confirm your work. The UX prototyping tool allows you to perform prototyping in 4 easy steps.

UX prototyping tool

Step 1: Confirm screen flow

Visualize the overall screen flow by creating an initial wireflow with placeholder scenes. Then, discuss and confirm the flow with stakeholder. The identification of screen flow allows you to establish a solid basis for further UX discussions and design work.

Step 2: Wireframing

Make necessary change to the screen flow based on the result of discussion. Then, create wireframe for each of the placeholder scene and confirm your design with the stakeholder. A wireframe is an early conceptual design of user interface which shows the layout of a screen with simple page components and mock content (lorem ipsum). Low-fidelity wireframes are quick to create and change. It is an excellent tool to enhance team communication.

Step 3: Define scene interaction

Define the interactions between wireframes with events. The definition will be applied when running a prototype.

Step 4: Confirm prototype

Present the functionality by demonstrating the wireflow. The prototype player makes the wireframes easy to comprehend. You can interact with the wireframes to express your design - Click on buttons to jump to another wireframe, fill-in text boxes with sample content, etc. Demonstrate the wireflow as-if running an executable application. Confirm the prototype with the stakeholders and start off development with their needs clarified and confirmed.

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