The best UX tools to help improve your design workflow and increase your productivity in 2016!
User experience, also known as UX, refers to users’ attitude towards a particular product, system or service. It includes the experiential, affective, meaningful and valuable aspects of human–computer interaction. It also involves person’s approach to system aspects, like utility, ease of use and efficiency.
User expectations are increasing because so is the quality of the products they are interacting with. Many designers and marketers make the critical mistake of creating a website that works for them, rather than a website that works for the customer. Fortunately, there are great UX tools available online to help you test and evaluate the user experience on your website, mobile app or interactive screen like a smart TV user interface.
There are many UX tools available, but we want to make this search a bit easier.
Here is the list of best UX tools online in 2016:
Crazy Egg is a UX tool which visualizes user behavior with heat maps, scroll maps, and confetti reports. Simple & affordable.
UX tool to design fully interactive, high-fidelity mobile app prototypes.
Mockingbird is an online UX tool to create, link together, preview, and share mockups of your website or application.
UX Pin is a tool for wireframing and creating responsive projects of all sorts.
With Justinmind you can build high-fidelity user interface wireframes and mockups.
UsabilityTools is a collection of tools for user research, including surveys, card sorting, and feedback forms.
Lorem is a simple tool that helps to make the mockups look better, by filling in the text blanks.
InVision is a collaboration, prototyping and workflow platform for UX designers.
Axure is a software that helps you create prototypes of websites and apps with without coding.
Balsamiq is an easy tool for creating beautiful user interface mockups and sharing them with your clients.
OmniGraffle is an app for Mac OS X and iPad users to create flow charts, organizational charts, and many other types of diagrams.
MockFlow is yet another UX tool for creating mockups and prototypes.
Moqups is a tool for creating vector-based mockups.
Choose your favourite tool and use it to deliver outstanding UX design. You can also share any other recommendations you have in the comments below!