Fabricio is a UX designer with more than 10 years of experience, currently working at R/GA San Francisco. He owns and curates the biggest UX blog in Latin America, and also collects thoughts and articles on uxdesign.cc. A big part of what he learned in UX comes from online reading – so publishing back to the community has become one of his favorite hobbies.
Prototyping tools have become an important resource for us designers — allowing us to document multiple states of a single screen, including animations, transitions and microinteractions that are hard to represent in static documentation.
Companies that pay attention to this trend have started to build prototyping tools to address this need; and today we’re seeing a plethora of tools emerge on a regular basis. But which should you pick? More importantly, what questions should you ask yourself and your team to make sure you choose the right one?