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Designing UX: Prototyping by Dan Goodwin, Ben Coleman

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Appendix A: Supplementary Prototyping Tools Worth Seeking

In this appendix, we highlight some other notable prototyping tools you may come across. These tools fell short of making the cut for a more detailed discussion in the chapters, possibly because they:

  • are more suited to prototyping native applications (our focus has been on tools for prototyping websites and web apps)
  • fail to fit easily into the structures of categories and chapters we’ve established
  • are arguably more technical-or developer-oriented than the intended core audience for this book

There’s value in briefly reviewing these tools to understand what they’re about. That way you can get a feel for whether they could be useful to you and your team for creating prototypes.

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