How to add developers to your prototyping workflow
Adding the development team to your design workflow is easy with Justinmind’s developer-friendly interface. Follow these steps to give your development team read-only access to all your Justinmind prototypes.
Setting up a developer as a Justinmind collaborator
To add a developer as a collaborator, simply to go your Justinmind online account.
In your online account, navigate to the Collaborators tab and then the Developers sub tab.
Select the ‘Create a new developer’ button. Add the email, first and last name of the person you wish to add as a developer, and click ‘Create developer’.
The person whose email you have entered will then receive an activation email. The email contains a link to activate the developer collaborator by having them input their username (their email address by default) and choose a password. They will then be taken to the Justinmind download page, to download and install Justinmind in order to access your prototype.
Note that you can also import a list of developers from a .CSV file by clicking on the ‘Import developers from CSV’ option in the same tab.
Make a developer a prototyping user
If you wish to make this developer a prototyping user, select the ‘Make this developer a user’ option from the Actions drop down.
You’ll see that the number of Current Users under your Account Status on the right-hand side will increase. Note that only the Account Owner can make this change.
- Your online account: the basics
- Your online account settings
- Add users to your online account and create groups
- How to import account users from a CSV file
- Online account: Prototypes page
- Publish a prototype on your online account
- Reshare or replace an already published prototype
- Get a public link for your shared prototypes
- Password protect a shared prototype
- Invite reviewers to a shared prototype
- Review a prototype
- Integrate your prototypes with usability testing tools
- Integration with Sketch ( April 25, 2017 )
- Handy keyboard shortcuts for prototyping with Justinmind ( March 29, 2017 )
- How to import account users from a CSV file ( February 7, 2017 )
- Justinmind’s integration with Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TFS) ( December 16, 2016 )
- Importing Sketch UI elements as SVG vector files into Justinmind ( November 18, 2016 )
- Integration with Atlassian JIRA: importing and exporting JIRA issues in Justinmind Enterprise ( November 4, 2016 )
- Justinmind Prototyping Tool: Menus ( August 31, 2016 )
- Dynamic Content widgets for wireframing ( August 9, 2016 )
- Navigation UI widgets for wireframing ( August 5, 2016 )
- UI Container Elements for wireframing ( July 29, 2016 )
- How to embed Google Maps in your web and mobile wireframes ( July 11, 2016 )
- Wireframe template styles and fonts ( July 7, 2016 )
- Account Management – FAQs ( May 31, 2016 )
- Design tools for your prototypes: rulers, guides and grids ( April 29, 2016 )
- Your Justinmind Online Account ( April 28, 2016 )
- Introduction to Justinmind Prototyping tool ( April 6, 2016 )
- Input UI elements for your prototypes ( March 30, 2016 )
- How to create a document template with Microsoft Word: Examples ( March 24, 2016 )
- Advanced operations: creating a document template with Microsoft Word ( March 24, 2016 )
- How to create a document template with Microsoft Word ( March 24, 2016 )
- Real App Prototyping
- API and SDK
- 3rd Party Integrations
- Forms and data lists
- The Workspace
- Dynamic Panels
- Adaptive & Responsive
- UI Elements and Libraries
- Reuse and Apply Global Changes
- Build an Interactive Wireframe
- Simulate and Export
- Share and Get Feedback
- Conditions and Variables
- Set Value and Calculations