Prototyping Tool Giveaway: 3 x Justinmind Licenses to be Won

Today, we are pleased to have Justinmind provide us with 3 free licenses of their Prototyper for our readers. Justinmind offers wireframe and prototyping tools to create high fidelity prototypes without coding.

With Justinmind, not only will you create dynamic (data-based) and interactive (JS-like events) wireframes but you will share them online with users. They can add comments straight on components and you can even carry out user tests as Justinmind integrates most usability testing tools like UserZoom, ClickTale, Google Analytics and many more…

Prototyping Tool Giveaway: 3 x Justinmind Licenses to be Won

About Justinmind

Justinmind develops wireframe and prototyping tools both online and offline to create, test and share high fidelity wireframes quickly and easily.

Using their solutions, you’ll create in no time completely functional dynamic website prototypes. With Justinmind, you’ll prototype easily, collaborate with your users and communicate better with your team.

A Powerful Prototyping Tool

Their developers spent plenty of time developing an easy-to-use application that lets you add rich interactions, conditions and dynamic data to your prototypes without the need of coding. The generated prototype is so similar to a real app that users won’t tell the difference.

Check out some of Justinmind’s features:

  • Prototype for mobile, web or desktop to create interactive and even dynamic apps without coding. Work faster using ready-made widgets and create your own templates.
  • Collaborate with users, commenting straight on elements or creating user tests.
  • Communicate generating HTML, CSS and JS or a specification document including navigation charts.

Share & Test Prototypes Online

Once your prototype is finished, you can share it online so your users can test it and use it like the real application. Furthermore, anyone you invite can review and comment straight on components. This is great to get feedback from users and customers.

Following the Life Cycle of a Prototype

Export your prototype to HTML, CSS and Javascript. You can also generate specification documentation for your clients in a click.

Triggered to improve the user experience, Justinmind lets you share your functional prototypes online so that your users can test and comment on it. You can also set extensive user tests using usability tools to gather data and statistics about user behaviours.

Photoshop Compatible

Justinmind integrates seamlessly with Photoshop as you can drag and drop your design straight from Adobe’s software to Justinmind canvas. There you can start adding interactions right away, just dragging and dropping them on your design.

Wireframe for Web, Desktop and Mobile

Justinmind offers a system of templates, masters and widgets. Available on Justinmind’s website, these free ready-made widgets let you prototype applications for web browsers, iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Android and many more devices.

Carry Out User Tests

With Justinmind, you can even carry out extensive user tests as it integrates most user testing tools like UserZoom, ClickTale, Loop11, Google Analytics and many more.

User Testing

3 x Licenses Up For Grabs!

For a chance to win one of Justinmind licenses - all you have to do is post a comment below and tell us why you would like to win this wireframe tool. Winners will be chosen randomly from the comments. Please enter a valid email address.

The competition will be open until this Sunday, 20th March 2011. Winners will be announced on this article and will be contacted via email.

Good Luck!

Here Are The 3 Lucky Winners

We are glad to announce the 3 lucky winners for the Justinmind Giveaway. They are:

  • Yuya Saito
  • Bee Lian
  • J. Sperling Reich

Winners will be contacted through email soon. If you are one of them and have not received an email from us or our sponsor by next week, please contact us.

Thank you for all your support. For sure, we will be organising more giveaway contest so everyone will have a chance to win, stay tuned!

Opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and not necessarily those of Onextrapixel.