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Use Vectorial SVG files in Justinmind Prototyper

Use Vectorial SVG files in Justinmind Prototyper


Do more with Ai or Sketch with the new SVG import files feature

SVG is designed to be customized, resized and adapted without any loss of quality, making it useful and efficient to work with as high-resolution screens and responsive apps increasingly come into use.

Justinmind lets you add this efficiency to your projects by letting you work with vector files just as you would with any other image. All SVG integrated into your wireframe will be automatically updated whenever remote files are modified from your editor.

Discover the potential of your vector files and  import them directly into your wireframe from Ai or Sketch!

Sergi Arevalo

About the Author

Sergi specializes in lean user interface and user experience design. He has experience optimizing websites and all types of multimedia applications using the latest techniques in responsive design. Metalhead, game addict, and he’s not a hipster.

One Comment

  1. Franklin Giroux Says :

    December 14, 2016 at 2:48 pm

    As you mention above that SVG files are basically the vector images. So SVG cutting files can be used in variety of ways like creating DIV projects like handmade cards, scrapbook pages, gift tags, home decor items and many more!

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