Justinmind Prototyper allows you to design advanced mockups and run realistic simulations to capture and communicate functional specifications.
Using Justinmind Prototyper you will be able to see the user requirements without the code.
Real-time mockup simulation - Simulate your interactive mockups, even with real data, before starting the project development. Demonstrate how the final application will behave to your customers, test users and IT suppliers. Simulation technology helps you cut costs in your projects avoiding dramatic changes at the final stages of your projects.
Generate and share mockups - Your customers and users can test and annotate a funtional web mockup world wide with a web browser, and communicate changes and new requirements with our web annotation system.
· Microsoft Internet Explorer v8+
· Google Chrome v2+
· Mozilla Firefox v2+
· Apple Safari v3+
Here are some key features of "Justinmind Prototyper":
- Interactive widgets for iPhone, Android, and iPad.
- Interactive widgets for web apps.
- Rich interactions: MouseOver, Drag, PageLoad ...
- Conditional rules.
- Forms and Datagrids simulation.
- Masters and Templates.
- HTML and Document generation.
- 1GHz processor or higher.
- 512 Mb of system memory (1Gb recomended).
- 200 Mb of available space.
- 64-bit processor
- iOS7 emulators and libraries for iPhone and iPad
- Android KitKat library and templates
- Font family selector: now you can select any modificator for a given font family, such as Helvetica Ultralight for instance.
- Embed Google Fonts: an integration with Google Fonts allows you to use any of those fonts in your prototypes. Those fonts will be embedded in your prototype and your widgets so anyone who you share your prototype with, even if he doesn’t have that font, will see your prototype with the font you selected.
- Drop shadows: now you can add shadows to texts and shapes. You can even use them to design halo effects on your widgets.
- Swipe, pinch and rotate gestures now work even if there are elements above the ones that have those events defined. So, you can define them at the background of any container and place anything you want inside.
- Improvements in groups: now it’s easier to work with groups, you can move the elements inside a group using the arrow keys and you can place widgets ...