When comparing Creately vs UXPin, the Slant community recommends UXPin for most people. In the question“What are the best mockup and wireframing tools for websites?” UXPin is ranked 31st while Creately is ranked 32nd. The most important reason people chose UXPin is:
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Pro Professionally designed templates
The templates are well thought-out and actually helps you get started. Not like many other sites where the details are already filled in.
Pro Easy and simple to use
Consist with an example diagram which we can use to draw the diagram.
Most required diagrams are available.
Pro Works across all operating system (Windows/MacOS/Linux)
Does not require flash.
Pro Intuitive UI
Easy to use drag and drop interface and a contextual toolbar that shows you all the important actions when you select an object. The automatic creation and connecting of next object alone saves tons of time.
Pro Real time collaboration
You can invite anyone by their email addresses to collaborate with your diagram. You can see others' changes to the diagram real time with the Creately Online and Desktop app.
Pro Visio Import
Pro iSO and Android apps to view diagrams
You can't edit diagram using the apps but provides a nice clean interface to view, share and comment on them.
Pro SVG import and export
Creately supports SVG (Scalar Vector Graphics) import and export to make your diagrams more attractive. It allows you to re-size your diagram as much as you want without getting it messed up.
Pro UXPin has great advanced features for prototyping
Pro Actively developed
UXPin is constantly being updated with new features.
Pro Import from PhotoShop and Sketch
A pro UXPin account will allow you to import existing projects from PhotoShop or Sketch.
Pro Extensive library of elements and patterns
UXPin offers elements from a wide range libraries. This includes responsive frameworks such as Bootstrap and Foundation, and libraries specific to mobile prototyping.
Con Watermark on export for free users
If you are a free user, exporting a document will create a watermark.
Con Web version requires Flash
Flash is known to have security flaws and use high resources.
Con Dekstop version is commercial
If you want to use dekstop version, you need to pay $75.00/ user.
Con Expensive subscription model
$29 per user/mo ($350 pa) will soon rack up compared to a standalone product like Axure PRO ($450) which has a license that lasts years (they have given out free updates for the last 2 versions).
Con Steep learning curve
UXPin is one of the more complex prototyping tools. Combined with a lack of documentation, it can be discouraging for first time users.