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This summer: private Beta of Justinmind OnDemand


Why make a prototype if you can’t share it? No reason at all, so Justinmind Labs is currently testing a new product: On Demand Service. Using this, you’ll be able to upload a prototype made with Justinmind Prototyper and share with clients and colleagues. Then, they’ll be able to:

  • Annotate wireframes
  • edit / add / complete software requirements
  • specify new features / interactions / details
  • do usability testing, and fix problems before coding

This way, you can just send an invitation mail and have everybody involved in the project aware of what’s going on. With our Requirements tool, you’ll have all the changes and modifications listed neatly, organized, and will never loose track of what to do and what’s been done again. This way, we hope OnDemand service helps you get some more free time, because you deserve.

Testing your high fidelity mockups is going to be even easier. On Demand Service allows anyone with a browser to preview, comment and annotate a prototype, without installing any kind of software or plugin. It’s simple like sending an email or a doc file or a jpg file. The wireframe is hosted on our servers, backuped and all. No more desperate phone calls from your clients because they can’t open the file, and what’s worse, changes or lost pitches because someone didn’t understand the wireframe based on bad specifications.

All the versions and modifications are controlled, so if you have your 2.6 version about to launch (as we did last week), you can still be working on future versions, and know which part of the project belong where.

Also, you can use Justinmind OnDemand for remote usability testing. Imagine simulating a shopping website, with real data, images and embedded video, and recording user’s reactions, when they’re on their own homes? We hope several websites could improve their wireframes with more testing. You can use some software to record user’s reactions, mouse and video. Look at this post we have about recording user’s reaction with Justinmind and third-part software.

Justinmind OnDemand is a service based on our Justinmind Server product, but it doesn’t require the user to have a server on which the program will run, neither storage or bandwidth. It’s all on us. For more information about how to do usability testing using Justinmind Server, visit this post on our blog about Justinmind Server.

We plan to openly launch it on the second semester, and if you’re already using Justinmind Prototyper, you can already join in!

If you liked this article, follow our blog’s feed or follow us on twitter.

This summer: private Beta of Justinmind OnDemand

Why make a prototype if you can’t share it? No reason at all, so Justinmind Labs is currently testing a new product: On Demand Service. Using this, you’ll be able to upload a prototype made with Justinmind Prototyper and share with clients and colleagues. Then, they’ll be able to:

  • Annotate wireframes
  • edit / add / complete software requirements
  • specify new features / interactions / details
  • do usability testing, and fix problems before coding

This way, you can just send an invitation mail and have everybody involved in the project aware of what’s going on. With our Requirements tool, you’ll have all the changes and modifications listed neatly, organized, and will never loose track of what to do and what’s been done again. This way, we hope OnDemand service helps you get some more free time, because you deserve.

Testing your high fidelity mockups is going to be even easier. On Demand Service allows anyone with a browser to preview, comment and annotate a prototype, without installing any kind of software or plugin. It’s simple like sending an email or a doc file or a jpg file. The wireframe is hosted on our servers, backuped and all. No more desperate phone calls from your clients because they can’t open the file, and what’s worse, changes or lost pitches because someone didn’t understand the wireframe based on bad specifications.

All the versions and modifications are controlled, so if you have your 2.6 version about to launch (as we did last week), you can still be working on future versions, and know which part of the project belong where.

Also, you can use Justinmind OnDemand for remote usability testing. Imagine simulating a shopping website, with real data, images and embedded video, and recording user’s reactions, when they’re on their own homes? We hope several websites could improve their wireframes with more testing. You can use some software to record user’s reactions, mouse and video. Look at this post we have about recording user’s reaction with Justinmind and third-part software.

Justinmind OnDemand is a service based on our Justinmind Server product, but it doesn’t require the user to have a server on which the program will run, neither storage or bandwidth. It’s all on us. For more information about how to do usability testing using Justinmind Server, visit this post on our blog about Justinmind Server.

We plan to openly launch it on the second semester, and if you’re already using Justinmind Prototyper, you can already join in!

If you liked this article, visit our blog or follow us on twitter.

Xavier Renom

About the Author

How to define, validate and review applications before starting to code are his thing. He is interested in everything related to web, mobile and desktop apps and how to prototype and simulate them before development starts. After hours he’s flexing his math muscles.

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