• Artur Eldib, 4 years ago

    With UXPin you literally use real interactive components like dropdowns, inputs, etc. That means that you can have a high-fidelity interactive prototype. For example, you can really select an input and write things inside of it, instead of it just being a picture of an input.

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    • Michael RurkaMichael Rurka, 4 years ago

      Gotcha, very cool! Like Proto.io. –– though, without the actual writing things into it. Hm. May be something to consider. I do like how they integrate a design system into your workflow from the get-go.

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