About Justinmind. Justinmind is a great and highly efficient wireframe tool for web and mobile apps. It is an all-in-one tool and can be used for websites, iOS, and Android. It is a highly customizable tool and does not require any coding. Even if you lack technical knowledge in this field you can use this tool with ease. All your work created with Justinmind’s prototyping tool can be shared on the cloud. Once your prototypes are in the cloud, they become accessible via the Justinmind app viewer. This means you are.
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Justinmind is a prototyping and wireframing tool for the creation of high-fidelity prototypes of web and mobile apps. It’s known for its ability to render realistic versions of a finished product as well offering collaboration, interaction and design features. Overall, it’s grown into one of the most popular prototyping tools in the industry.
Software prototypes and wireframes created with Justinmind can be shared on the cloud and simulated with mobile devices. The prototyping tool also generates HTML for entire prototypes.
Features and capabilities
The program creates high-fidelity prototypes, a step before the first version of a mobile app or website is coded. The prototype can be used for showreels and testing purposes. Justinmind can be used to simulate webs and mobile apps without any coding, thus allowing non-programmers to be involved in the project.
- UI Design: the prototyping tool allows designers to create interfaces with a drag and drop system. Justinmind has several UI Kits pre-installed with the option of importing brand new ones.
- Web interaction design: with a wide array of triggers and actions, Justinmind makes it possible to add interaction to prototypes at any level needed from basic microinteractions to elaborate and impactful animations.
- Mobile app gestures design: mobile app prototypes can have interactions according to real hand gestures that can be later on tested via the Justinmind app. Designers can also create any mobile app while using device emulators.
- Forms design: forms can be made fully interactive and use real data for realistic simulation of the product.
- Data visualization in grids and tables: the tool makes it possible to import data into the prototype and visualize it in grids or tables. The data can be stored and used in different ways, in different screens.
- Share and get feedback: prototypes can be made public and shared with a URL. Designers can invite reviewers and developers in, leave comments and manage their users.
- Developer handoff: Justinmind has the ability to invite developers and have them review prototypes in a “developer mode” where the specifications and technical details are made clear and assets are retrievable.
- User testing: Justinmind is fully integrated with the most popular user testing tools like Hotjar, UserTesting, UserZoom, CrazyEgg, Validately and Clicktale.
- The Justinmind mobile app: once prototypes are shared on the cloud, they become accessible via the mobile app. This makes it possible to experience and test the prototypes on a real device.
In 2020, Justinmind won the prize for Best Internal Collaboration tool for design at Products that Count. The tool won first prize by being most voted by thousands of Product Managers.
In 2012, Justinmind was awarded with the Best Application Award at the EclipseCon 2012 
In 2011, Justinmind was awarded the second prize of the Eclipse Community Award at the EclipseCon 2011 in Santa Fe, California. That same year it also won the European Red Herring Top 100 Award, recognizing them as a leading private startup company with promising and innovative technology. 
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It has been nominated for the Epsilon Award 2010. Later it won the fifth place of the award.
- ^Eclipse Community Award 2012
- ^Eclipse Community Award 2011
- ^The Epsilon Award - the nominated of 2010Archived 2010-12-18 at the Wayback Machine