Don’t wear
an Engineer’s hat.
Prototype interactive
ideas in your way
with ProtoPie

To explain your designs, you don’t need
to do what the engineers do.
Instead of writing code, you can
compose interactions by combining
Interaction Pieces together.
Your interactions will result in faster and
more efficient communication
between designers and engineers.

See ProtoPie in action

Play with
Multi-finger gesture

Do you find yourself using static
images to explain pinch zoom
and
two-finger rotate features? Play with
multi-finger gestures
on your
physical device. ProtoPie supports
up to five simultaneous
touch inputs,
allowing five-finger gestures.

Utilize Sensors
for your prototypes

It is sometimes hard to explain design
concepts
with visual material only.
Build full product looks-like /
works-like
prototypes utilizing sensors on the
smartphones.
Control elements of the
prototype on the display using
a
smartphone’s accelerometer or
microphone.

Mask object for
Material Design

One important design factor for
Google’s Material Design is masking.
Use masks on simple vector elements
and bitmap images, and move
and
scale the masks themselves.
Prototyping for Material Design
has
never been easier.

Tweak the detail
with timeline interface

Sophisticated animations require
precise timing
for movement of
elements. Take advantage
of timeline
interfaces to see every element’s
moments at a glance and to adjust
them easily.

Keep your prototype
simple
with Multiple Scenes.

You might want to show an interaction
across
several pages or a transition
effect between pages.
However,
interactions can easily become
complex
when you place numerous
image assets on the canvas
for two or
more pages. Utilize ProtoPie to keep
a
prototype simple with multiple scenes.
Additionally, don’t forget to take
advantage of various
transition effects.

Demo Video
made with ProtoPie

  • Pull and ChainPull from the edge of the screen to
    simultaneously reveal the Drawer
    menu
    and trigger other interactions.

  • Page and ScrollSwipe to change pages or scroll
    vertically
    or horizontally through
    longer pages.

  • Multi finger gestureUse pinch-to-zoom, two-finger
    rotation,
    and/or five-finger input to
    change look of
    the page.

  • Tilt SensorTilt the smartphone to change an
    object’s
    position, opacity, rotation or
    a variety of
    other properties.

  • Sound SensorChange the sound volume to trigger
    changes and create interactions
    between
    objects.

  • 3D Touch SensorIncrease or decrease the degree of
    pressure
    on the screen to control
    different properties
    of an object.

Prototype interactive
ideas
your way with
ProtoPie

ProtoPie Studio for Mac
Download Free Beta version You can download on the desktop.

* Windows version will be ready soon

ProtoPie Player for iPhones and Android phonesSmart Phone
Available on the App Store GET IT ON Google Play
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