Pixate Could Be The Answer to My Prayer

I’ve been trying to find the (near) perfect tool for designing interaction that matches my workflow and preference. From Axure, proto.io, marvelapp, InVision, UXPin, After Effect, to Facebook Origami using Quartz Composer. Nothing satisfies me. The closest might be Facebook Origami, but it doesn’t allow me to experience my design on the device. Then I found Pixate yesterday. I tried it, playing around with it this morning, and happy with the workflow and the experience. I mainly use SketchApp, and although there’s no direct export to Pixate from SketchApp, but I feel the workflow is (quite) smooth. It could be the answer to my prayer of having a (near) perfect interaction design tool.

Join a Game Interaction Design

See the interaction design that I created this morning on Dribbble: Joining a Game Interaction Design. I’ll share my workflow later, switching to family time now. Have a great weekend everyone!

One thought on “Pixate Could Be The Answer to My Prayer

  1. Pingback: The Pursuit of The (Near) Perfect Prototyping Tool | Inspiring UX

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