Prototyping in Protopie

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Why Protopie?

ProtoPie is a design and prototyping tool that allows designers to create interactive and high-fidelity prototypes for mobile, desktop, and web applications. Here are some reasons why designers use ProtoPie:

  1. Interactivity: ProtoPie allows designers to create highly interactive and realistic prototypes that simulate the functionality and user experience of the final product. This helps designers to test and refine their designs before they are implemented.
  2. Ease of use: ProtoPie has an intuitive interface that makes it easy for designers to create complex interactions and animations without the need for coding or scripting.
  3. Cross-platform compatibility: ProtoPie supports various platforms, including iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows, allowing designers to create prototypes that can be tested on multiple devices and platforms.
  4. Collaboration: ProtoPie allows designers to collaborate with other team members, stakeholders, and clients to share feedback, test and validate designs, and make informed decisions.
  5. Time and cost savings: ProtoPie helps designers to save time and reduce costs by eliminating the need for physical prototypes, which can be time-consuming and expensive to create.

Overall, ProtoPie is a powerful tool for designers who want to create high-fidelity, interactive prototypes that simulate the user experience of their final products.


A touch trigger is a trigger that is activated via a physical touch on the display of a smart device. The trigger can be activated through, for example, a Tap, Long Press or Drag. Other multi-touch gestures, such as Pinch and Rotate, are also supported.

Live Text Inputs

ProtoPie supports live input text, which allows designers to create interactive prototypes that respond to text input in real-time.

Lottie Ready

Protopie integrates easily with Lottie and videos. You can seemlesly control playback, scrub, point to a specific time in the file

Pinch zoom

ProtoPie captures the pinch zoom input and triggers the corresponding animations and interactions in the prototype. This allows designers to create a more realistic and interactive user experience that simulates the pinch zoom functionality of the final product.

Native Keyboard

The native keyboard in ProtoPie works by allowing designers to create interactive prototypes that simulate the user experience of a real keyboard.


The camera feature in ProtoPie allows designers to create interactive prototypes that simulate the user experience of using a camera in a mobile app.

Voice Prototypes

The voice prototyping features enable you to add realistic voice interactions with speech-to-text (STT) and text-to-speech (TTS) capabilities. Examples are voice commands that can be picked up and text that can be spoken out loud.By including conversation design using voice interactions, you can easily make realistic prototypes for accessibility, voice search, voice assistants, and dictation apps, and so much more – experiences that simply go beyond touching a screen.

Bridge Devices

ProtoPie Studio always needs to be open when you test interactions across screens using this method. You can connect two mobile prototypes or one prototype in ProtoPie Studio and another prototype in the Player app. They all need to be connected to the same network for this to work. Alternatively, you could connect smart devices to a computer via USB.

Dynamic Interactions

To create dynamic interactions in ProtoPie, you can use triggers and responses to create conditional logic and animation sequences.

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