Product review of Wondershare Mockitt — the new design tool in town

and how it compares to Adobe XD and Figma while designing Lyrics by Spotify

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Logos from left to right: Adobe XD, Wondershare Mockitt, Figma

So how does Wondershare Mockitt compare to other tools?

Figma prototype of Lyrics by Spotify

Creating a new project

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“Create a New Project” screen where you can choose the device and dimensions of the product you want to design
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What you would see after clicking “Create” for an iPhone 12 MAX/12

Features that I loved

Adjusting screen sizes

A library full of templates and assets

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Wondershare Mockitt’s built-in library of assets and templates you can use and quickly add to your screens
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“Mine” tab of the library where you can upload your own files by dragging or clicking “Upload Image”

Screen States

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Left: Wondershare Mockitt “screens and frames.” Top right: Figma screens. Bottom right: Adobe XD screens

Prototyping

Prototyping in Wondershare Mockitt: Drag the lightning icon to the left screens panel
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You can specify the type of “tap” to trigger your “event” (i.e. double tap, swipe, tap and hold)

Features that I liked but could be improved

Fixed slider

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Left to right: Adobe XD, Figma, Wondershare Mockitt playlist screen

Widgets

Features that I would love to see in Wondershare Mockitt in the future

Import CSV files

Gradient-fill

Magic Move between screens

Adobe XD prototype of Lyrics by Spotify: smoother transitions because of Auto-Animate

Eyedropper tool

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Screenshot of the error message: Eyedropper tool only available through the Wondershare Mockitt Desktop App

Rounded ends for lines

Guides

Zoom beyond 400%

Designing to the closest 0.01px

Final Verdict

Wondershare Mockitt prototype of Lyrics by Spotify

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