Justinmind online account: the basics
When you sign up to Justinmind, an online account is created. In this tutorial section, we will explore the online platform that you’ll use and all the options available for publishing, sharing and having your prototypes reviewed online.
Before you get started, here’s a short glossary to help you get to grips with the basic concepts of prototyping with Justinmind and make the most of your online account:
When you register with Justinmind, you create an online account. During the 30-day trial period, you will have access to all the online services described in this section. Once the trial period has expired, you will still be able to log in to your online account but only to buy a subscription or a perpetual license.
The account (and the billing details, once a subscription or a perpetual license is bought) are linked to the registered user (account owner). Within your account, you will find your projects and prototypes, and you will be able to see which users and reviewers have access to them.
The account owner is the user who registered the account. Note that this is the only user who can see and change the payment settings.
Space in any given Justinmind account is limited to 300MB per user. The space used includes the .vp files that the account users have uploaded as well as the space used by shared prototypes and shared libraries.
Prototypes stored in the online account that are not published.
A group of users or reviewers. You can group users or reviewers in order to better organize your teams within Justinmind.
The personal settings of each user: name, email, time zone, password, and profile picture. A user can see and modify their profile by clicking on their name or their profile picture in the top right-hand corner of any online account page, or in the Settings Tab (Profile). You can also access your profile from the editor, clicking on the profile avatar in the top right-hand corner of the canvas.
Projects are the organization units inside an online account. They act as prototype containers.
Prototype integrated with usability testing tools
A prototype that is published, not to be reviewed but to be tested with external usability testing tools.
A URL that gives access and viewing states of a prototype anonymously.
Any project stakeholder that you have added to your account in order to have them review and comment on prototypes. They haven’t necessarily got an online account with Justinmind, and you can simply add them to your account as if in a contact list, and add them as reviewers in a project as you need.
Any Justinmind online account owner or any user that has been granted access to a Justinmind online account by an account owner. They have publishing permissions, teamwork access and the permissions to activate and use Justinmind editor on two computers.
- Your online account settings
- Add users to your online account and create groups
- How to import account users from a CSV file
- Online Account: Projects page
- 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
- 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 )
- 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 )
- 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 )
- How to view a Sitemap of your wireframes ( March 22, 2016 )
- How to define requirements in your interactive prototypes ( February 26, 2016 )
- How to customize requirements fields in your interactive prototypes ( February 26, 2016 )
- How to simulate Scenarios in your interactive prototypes ( February 22, 2016 )