Design tools are constantly evolving, with new ones poping-up and old ones going out of style at an impressive rate. It can be hard to keep track of what’s with trying out, and which ones to skip. To this end, I would like to present you to a new tool that I’ve been playing around with recently, and I absolutely think is worth a try: ProtoPie.
ProtoPie is a tool for creating high-fidelity prototypes. Feature that really make this tool unique are the ability to have several prototypes interact with each other, the ability to prototypes voice interfaces and the possibility to integrate hardware. During this session, I would like to show you the basic workflow in Protopie, as well as showcase some of it’s more advanced features so you can decide for yourself if it’s a tool worth trying for your next project.
Hi, I’m Laszlo! I’m a designer with a strong passion for experimenting, building, hacking and testing to find practical solutions to problems, small or big. After graduating with a degree in Industrial Design & Technology, I found myself working in the field of Digital Fabrication and Rapid Prototyping (super fun!). Eventually I found my way into UX/UI design by becoming the resident designer of the Innovation Lab at Zalando, a German e-commerce company. Then, I decided that Germany was too cold and moved to Lisbon, where I have happily been designing infotainment systems for BMW and MINI vehicles for about 2 years now.