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A Highly Subjective Guide to Design Prototyping Tools



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Sanette Tanaka Testing tools so you don’t have to A few weeks ago, my design director asked if I’d mind making a quick six-screen prototype that we could test with users. The mocks were done, and all I needed to do was string them together into a prototype that we could load into our testing suite. I flipped through my mental rolodex of prototyping tools. Sure, I said. I estimated a few hours, tops. Those few hours soon stretched into a week.

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