Underrated tool lost in the competition of Figma, Sketch, and InVision
June 09, 2022

Underrated tool lost in the competition of Figma, Sketch, and InVision

Romi Kalathiya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Justinmind

Back in the days when we were new in UI/UX design and weren't really aware of Adobe XD, Figma, or InVision app, we used Justinmind to make a lot of wireframes and prototypes for our ongoing projects. We landed on Justinmind by google search and we were noobs so we enjoyed making wireframes and getting them approved before we did the actual design in photoshop. It was a great tool for startups like ours and not-so-professional designers to work with. It has a lot of free resources to use and that was the best part as it saved us a lot of time.
  • Wireframing for your apps, websites or basically any UI.
  • Free resources to get started quickly and easily.
  • Lets you add/link photoshop files so it's easier to update later.
  • Responsive prototyping is handy.
  • Needs more marketing so clients/users are more aware and become a mainstream tool like InVision or XD.
  • Nothing in particular comes to mind.
  • Quick Wireframing
  • Prototyping
  • Overall good quick and effective solution
  • Lot cheaper and quicker
  • Easier to start for most users

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It's best to make quick wireframes a lot easier and quicker than most tools out there. However, this is suited for basic design, wireframe, and prototyping but not for the advanced UI design, collaboration, or asset sharing. If you have never had prototyping experience, it is not so intuitive since you will have a learning curve that can take a while. As I said earlier, it needs to be more marketed and needs a lot more tutorials out there.