• Gabriella CGabriella C, almost 5 years ago

    Thank you! This is so helpful. Did Invision win out over axure? That was my go-to tool for prototyping...

    0 points
    • James Jun, almost 5 years ago

      I believe Axure still finds its uses amongst seasoned users, but the approachability of Invision (and recently Sketch) makes them the goto for rudimentary prototyping. You'd find the most if not all design tools both current and incoming will have some sort of rudimentary click-based prototyping. For anything more advanced, people tend to use Principle, Framer, Flinto, Kite Composer.

      2 points
      • A B, almost 5 years ago

        Yes. For hard-core wireframing, flows and lo-fi UX design, Axure still reigns.

        It is expensive for what it offers, which is why it is becoming less relevant to the majority or designers as it offers poor value for money compared to Figma, Sketch and other tools.

        0 points