3 Best Prototyping Software

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Updated: Feb 17, 2021

When it comes to UI/UX design, you probably already realize that prototyping tools are just about worth their weight in gold. Of course, you also realize that you simply cannot pick just any prototyping tool for your UI/UX job. You definitely need to do some comparison shopping. However, the good news is that there are plenty of brands out there that offer top-notch service. Consider some of the following products:

Adobe Experience Design

The Adobe XD is by and large the product with the best reputation for UI/UX designers. This is due in part not only because of the fact that the software is free and it has prototyping software for Android, OS X, Windows, and iOS, but that it has all kinds of options available if you want to get creative. With Adobe XD, you have the ability to reuse, remix, draw, and build artwork to create a variety of different projects, including screen layouts, wireframes, interactive prototypes, and other production-ready assets. The ability to add interactions and transitions is readily available, making it easy for you to share with a variety of your fellow teammates.

Additionally, there are several options for designers, including the option to increase their productivity simply by importing files from all of their Abode tools. This is great for working with clients because it is easy for them to make comments directly on your prototype just as long as you share it directly.


Axure is available to most users for a rate of $29 per month on a Pro basis; $49 for a team subscription; and $99 per month for an Enterprise option with all the bells and whistles. This program will run on OS X and Windows, and it has prototypes for every operating system as well.

With Axure, you will get an excellent prototyping option without the need for a coding background. Axure will provide dynamic content with a hovering function; conditional flow statements that will allow you to check conditions; math function within the cart that will make removing and adding easier; data-driven sorting; adaptive views; and animations on the prototype. Sharing all of your prototypes with the rest of your type can be accomplished with just clicking a button.


Webflow is another example, and it will cost you upwards of $16 for a personal account and $35 per month for a professional account. It runs on the world wide web on a variety of different programs, and it offers prototypes for all kinds of different options. One of the main selling points of this platform is that it will provide super robust functionality, being heavily focused on interactions, web animations, and response to web design. Of course, one drawback is that you can only build, publish, and design on the site with a visual-based UI. Of course, you can refine this UI mockup in any form that you like and publish it with a push of a button. Finally, your prototype can be hosted with Webflow or you can even export this code to a clean HTML canvas, CSS, or a JavaScript grouping. There are hundreds of webflow templates at your disposal as well.

Whatever program you decide to go with, always remember that you are more than welcome to look around and test more than one to find the right one for all of your needs!


Sophia Rodreguaze


Sophia is the contributing editor at noeticforce.com. She writes about anything and everything related to technology.

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