Toolbox by Prototypr.io

Search, filter and compare the latest design tools

Toolbox by Prototypr.io is the place to discover design tools. Toolbox has 2 tabs:

🔥Monthly Picks

- Browse and search monthly roundups for the latest tools

- Filter by date and category

🛠Design Tools

- Find and compare popular design tools

- Filter by platform, pricing, features, and more!

- Use the compare feature for side by side comparisons

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11 Reviews5.0/5
Maker
Hi everyone, since starting 'monthly tool roundups' in 2018 on the Prototypr Medium publication, they reached over 50,000 people from just 3 editions. Since they had such a warm welcome, I decided to make the resources chosen easier to filter and browse than the blog post format. This lead to 'Toolbox' by Prototypr.io, where you can: - Filter tools by category (e.g.. Sketch plugins/colour tools/icons) - Fast search using elastic search - Sort by date, etc. As well as the monthly picks, Toolbox includes a revamped Prototyping comparison section, since the old one (prototypr.io/prototyping-tools) has become outdated. No longer do tools fit in certain categories as they used to! Almost every tool has added new features, moving towards becoming end-to-end solutions for your design workflow. Now you can compare them side by side, hope it's useful ☺️ Let me know of any improvements and ideas you have! Happy May the 1st 😃
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Nicely done! 👌
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Maker
@learnuxio thanks Greg! Will have to get learnux in the learning resource section of the future 👀
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An extremely helpful resource and such a great product!!! Love the filter capability and how easy you've made discovering new tools without the need to save them for later!!! Great work as always Graeme!
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Maker
@ninalimpi thanks Katerina! That's interesting, I considered a way to bookmark them too, but sounds like it may not be needed 😂
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@graeme_fulton the monthly roundups have been great, and now being able to filter them is much easier! have you considered categories for courses or learning resources too?
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Maker
@tnsrig glad they've been useful :) it looks like it's possible to scale for any resource/category - will have to see what's in demand from the audience.
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Excited about this finally getting released. The design tool space sorely needed a non-biased resource to make sense of all the different offerings available.
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Maker
@rob_mcmackin Thanks Rob, and for your feedback when I was putting this together, glad it's useful. I'm enjoying all your work on underglass!!
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