ProtoPie is the easiest tool used to turn your UI/UX design ideas into highly interactive prototypes for mobile, desktop, web, all the way to IoT. Designers can explore, validate, and test design solutions and ideas by creating very realistic, production-like prototypes without code and the help of engineers.
Hence, ProtoPie helps companies to release better and validated products, allows them to go to market faster, and save costs throughout the process by revolutionizing their prototyping workflows.
ProtoPie is widely used at various companies all over the world across industries, e.g. Google, Microsoft, GoPro, Samsung, Nintendo, BMW, IDEO, Reddit, Bytedance, Huge, and Verizon.
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Pro Smooth and gradual learning curve
As the interface is very clean and simple, it enables you to create interactions by combining objects, triggers and responses just like that. No need for wireframing or shitty mockups, just get to hi-fi prototyping right away.
Pro Native prototyping
Deploy prototypes on any device right away. What's the point of prototyping mobile apps if you cannot deploy it on your mobile devices easily?
Pro IoT, Interactions across devices
Create prototypes e.g. chat platforms, payment apps etc. and deploy them on multiple devices and have them communicate with each other.
Pro Utilizes sensors very easily
Easily control the sensors of smart devices in your prototype, such as tilt, sound, compass, proximity sensor, vibration motor and 3D Touch sensors.
Pro Runs on Mac and Windows
It offers the same features on both MacOS and Windows. Plus, you can switch machines as long as you are logged in to ProtoPie Studio.
Pro Fast and easy sharing
Sharing is very easy via the cloud. Open the prototype in desktop or mobile browser, or deploy the prototype on the ProtoPie Player app. All is possible.
Pro Code Free
No coding needed to do interactions for your prototypes. You just choose the objects and link them with the triggers and responses you want to based on your preferred interactions.