Justinmind

Interactive wireframes for web and mobile UI designers

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Linus EkenstamRuns product at https://thingtesting.com
Anyone tried it out yet? Looks damn good from the phone, but I need to give this a try on desktop rather soon.
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@linusekenstam I have, actually prefer flinto if you're going to transition btw psds on for desktop apps. If you're looking for mobile prototyping, I'd go w/ pixate then.
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Nicholas Sheriff
Founder, Medic Ventures
@linusekenstam @JoeConte My thoughts exactly pixate is exceptional for mobile and for desktop their are far too many better alternatives like flinto.
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Linus EkenstamRuns product at https://thingtesting.com
@nicholassheriff @joeconte - thanks def look into that.
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Vinish Garg
Co-founder @OutcomeConf @ContentHug
I used the desktop version around 2 years back, a reasonably good experience. If I were to use it today, I would find it not too intuitive unless they have improved on that version!
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Ray Hernandez
Creative Director - Product Maker - Dad
I'm still looking for that perfect setup so I will give these a whirl. Look great though.
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Vinish Garg
Co-founder @OutcomeConf @ContentHug
@raydawg88 you can try http://www.swordsoft.idv.tw/ for simple and quick wireframes for web. I have used so many tools and swordsoft is the simplest and most clutter-free option. For mobile, Flinto works well!
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Gave this a shot a couple days ago. Pretty solid considering it's free. Very photoshop-ish in how it works. I would love to see more options in the tool box and they are hard to filter through a bit initially. All in all not bad though and I was able to finish what I was trying to mock up.
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Xavier Renom PortetCEO, Justinmind
Justinmind New Major Release Justinmind 7.0: new interactions, improved experience, better prototypes! - Product Hunt: https://www.producthunt.com/tech... - Launch post: http://blog.justinmind.com/wiref...
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