10 best tools for 2016
Levin Mejia runs down the design tools you should be experimenting with in the coming year
Levin Mejia counts down the top prototyping tools you should be trying out in the coming year
Prototyping tools can help us solve design problems before writing even a single line of code. Prototypes bring our ideas to life, and in doing so can change the way we design. Today’s clients want to see interactive prototypes; these show the concepts in action and help them see how their ideas will take shape.
The possibility of quickly sharing different iterations of ideas with clients can accelerate the design process. This flexibility becomes even more significant when we consider the many device formats we must now factor in.
With so many prototyping tools now available, perhaps many designers are left wondering how to choose the best one, and simply fall back on familiar methods. Ultimately, the goal is to pick up a tool that will support swift iterations, so you want to be sure to select one that does this with ease and lets you focus on what you do best: design.
To help with this selection, I’ve compiled the best of the best: here are the top 10 prototyping tools you should be using in 2016!