Normally, a project made with Justinmind will be coded into a piece of software or a website later on. So, it’s important that your wireframe software is capable of exporting files in several formats.
Export your documentation to your programmers
Every requirement that’s in your Justinmind project can be exported in .csv format, and imported to any requirements management tool. This way, your project will always be compatible with an Agile Management Project, and your data won’t be “stuck” in any way.
- Share with colleagues
- Organize comments
- Control and manage projects
Export your HTML
Do you need to show your client how their web is going to be? Fine, just export the HTML. They will be able to see it in any browser. Host it in your private servers under a password or, if it’s an emergency, a public-hosted one. It’s not fully-featured HTML code, so you won’t be able to edit it to create the final one, but it’s perfect for presentations.
- Visualize the final project
- Test usability with clients
- Test usability with users
- Show co-workers the future final result
Export your documentation in a doc file
You can have a full documentation, with print screens, requirements, comments, details, events, everything that involves your project, in a .doc file. The final production book, where everyone can read what was agreed, and a building guide to the final project.
- Have a final project in which everyone agrees
- Have a document that shows the project everyone agreed upon
- Have a guide for that hour when everyone seems to be lost
Share with other Justinmind users through Justinmind Online account
Of course, any project created with Justinmind can be shared with other users, and have full compatibility. Also, anyone can download the free Viewer tool to visualize and comment projects. It’s especially interesting to have clients use them, and get their inputs on the project.
You can use Justinmind online account to do this too. This way, other users don’t have to install any software but their browsers to visualize the wireframe.
- Share the project online and allow users to annotate
- Avoid miscommunication (“I meant the OTHER image”)
- Collaborate remotely
So, there’s several ways of sharing your wireframes with other people while working with Justinmind.