Overall Satisfaction with Zeplin
We use Zeplin to help us implement mockups for Users Interfaces in our games and on our websites. It is used mainly for the first prototypes in a simple way, focused on the handoff of the design side that can be picked by programmers after. It helps us iterate quickly on those ideas and design good UI and UX.
- Very nice design and user interface
- Its styles components and color palettes organization is great
- It has nice tools to iterate on web designs quickly
- It would be better if it has a dedicated web application
- It's not the easiest tool to learn and start working with
- It would be awesome if it had more features turning it into an all-around tool for mockups and prototypes
- Positive impact because we use the free version
- Positive impact because it help us organize our stylesheets and components
- Positive impact because it helped us create better user interfaces
Zeplin is more focused on the handoff than in the creation itself. The other alternatives can do both, but Zeplin is an awesome tool for the handoff part. It depends in how big is your team and how the workflow is organized to understand whats the best tool for your team.
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Zeplin is well suited for teams that want to organize the development workflow of web apps and user interfaces in a way that the design team has more control and can pass information in a better way to the developer team. If your team is small or the web app or product being created is not so big, maybe other options that do all the mockup/wireframing/prototype in only one tool probably will be better.