justinmind UXPin

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Compare Justinmind vs UXPin
Last update2020-11-17 00:24:182020-11-17 00:39:44
Overall rating4.0 5 ratings3.5 2 ratings
WindowsYesYes Cloud, browser-based
Mac OSYesYes Cloud, browser-based
Linux- Works fine if you use WINEYes Cloud, browser-based
Video tourhttp://vimeo.com/16211751https://youtu.be/_offbQj2K2k
Version5.5Always up-to-date with no additional costs
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  • Free Edition
  • $19 / Month Pro Edition Subscription
  • $495 Pro Edition Perpetual license
  • Free fully functional trial
  • Starter - 12$ per month
  • Freelancer - 29$ per month
  • Team Effort (most popular) - 49$ monthly
  • Company Wide - 89$ per month

Depending on the number of projects and users you wish to have.
Offline modeYesYes Data potection against sudden internet connection loss
Export filesYes HTML+javascript, PDF, imageYes JPG, PNG, PDF, HTML
Flow DiagramsYesYes You can design flow diagrams in UXPin as they were wireframes easily. You can also upload a file with a diagram done with any software and include it in your project documentation.
Collaborative EditingYes
Widgets LibrariesYes Yes, also able to develop custom widgetsYes Yes, 22 drag & drop libraries
Custom LibrariesYesYes Yes, users can make use of the Smart elements feature, wich enables them to make custom, reusable across whole account elements
Click-Through PrototypesYesYes
Drag and Drop componentsYesYes
Mockups saved asfile, html or imageCan be exported as JPG, PNG, PDF and HTML. The work done in the app is saved automatically online (UXPin is a cloud service).
Embeddable WireframeYes
Free planYesYes Up to 30 days fully functional trial
Master TemplatesYesYes Yes, enabled by the Smart Element feature
Master ControlsYesYes Yes, enabled by the Smart Element feature
Predesigned Mockup TemplatesA complete set of examples is available at: http://www.justinmind.com/examples
Predesigned Icons bundledIcons for iPhone, iPad and AndroidYes, including Font Awesome (old and new), Pixle Icons.
Favorites Controls LibraryYes
Generate Documentation/SpecificationsYes-
Permission based user managementYesNo
User ExperienceMultiple platform integration options available
DatabasesData management and interactions available
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  • Posted 2016-05-26 16:18:30 by fidesio
  • Posted 2015-04-13 00:40:45 by lolmaus
  • voted for UXPin (Like)
    Posted 2015-04-13 00:39:41 by lolmaus
  • voted for Justinmind (Like)
    Posted 2014-07-31 04:02:56 by Dave
  • Neat idea, but very broken. Too many bugs that destroy or damage mockups.
    Posted 2014-07-31 04:02:31 by Dave
  • Very good, especially compared to UXPin. About Justinmind: • Excellent layer/group management. Clearly aiming at Photoshop in this regard. • Fast. • Stable: no crashes, and so far, only one weird little bug encountered (the order of elements in a group sometimes gets reversed, but fixes itself after putting the "last" element at the top, where it belongs.) • Comparable commenting system to UXPin. About UXPin • Near feature-parity with Justinind. • Very unstable (bugs, bugs, and more bugs: new ones every day!) I have had many hours' work destroyed by "smart elements" suddenly "exploding" all over the page. Copies of mock-ups lose grouping, making the groups useless. • Because it's cloud-based, very sluggish: uploading a small icon graphic can take several *minutes* before the image is usable in a mockup. • Terrible layers implementation: All but impossible to select items that are behind other items without moving the "upper" items out of the way. ZERO layer management. None.
    Posted 2014-07-31 04:01:48 by Dave
  • One of my favorites software tools, starting since 1982(?). One of those tools that you love to use because it makes you feel like you can do anything fast.
    Posted 2014-07-23 15:45:53 by Jack Bellis
  • voted for UXPin (Like)
    Posted 2013-06-21 12:32:47 by mako
  • voted for Justinmind (Like)
    Posted 2013-04-10 14:58:12 by Siraj Salim
  • Been using it for some time now and it's much better than Axure and Balsamiq
    Posted 2013-04-10 14:58:06 by Siraj Salim
  • voted for Justinmind (Like)
    Posted 2013-02-14 16:04:40 by ce
  • voted for Justinmind (Like)
    Great product all around. Shows many signs of having been designed by people who do prototyping themselves.
    Posted 2013-01-23 19:55:02 by Jack Bellis
  • The best feature-price choose
    Posted 2010-11-19 15:08:46 by vconesa
  • voted for Justinmind (Like)
    I love the integration with user testing tools!
    Posted 2010-11-19 15:02:29 by vconesa

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