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Marvel vs UXPin: What are the differences?

What is Marvel? Prototyping for everyone. A super simple tool that turns any image (including PSDs) or sketch into interactive prototypes for any device Powered by Dropbox..

What is UXPin? The Full-Stack UX Design Platform. Agile UX in one place: design systems, prototyping, and documentation together.

Marvel can be classified as a tool in the "Interactive Mockups" category, while UXPin is grouped under "Wireframing".

"Nice UI" is the top reason why over 14 developers like Marvel, while over 4 developers mention "Semantic UI support" as the leading cause for choosing UXPin.

According to the StackShare community, Marvel has a broader approval, being mentioned in 37 company stacks & 11 developers stacks; compared to UXPin, which is listed in 17 company stacks and 6 developer stacks.

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Pros of Marvel
Pros of UXPin
  • 15
    Nice UI
  • 14
    Free
  • 7
    Easy animations
  • 5
    Iphone app
  • 5
    Dropbox integration
  • 5
    Semantic UI support
  • 5
    Can make unique interactions
  • 2
    Jira Integration
  • 2
    Prototyping
  • 2
    Design Systems
  • 1
    Co-Design together real-time with designers on my team
  • 1
    Design Libraries Auto-Generated
  • 1
    Animated Gif Support
  • 1
    Unlimited Previews (no charge for reviewers)
  • 1
    Document and Annotate Designs
  • 1
    Unlimited Storage for all file types
  • 1
    Sketch Integration
  • 1
    Photoshop Integration
  • 1
    Sharing prototypes on mobile device
  • 1
    Prebuilt & Customizable UI Patterns

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Cons of Marvel
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    • 1
      No free tier

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    What is Marvel?

    A super simple tool that turns any image (including PSDs) or sketch into interactive prototypes for any device. Powered by Dropbox.

    What is UXPin?

    It is a code-based design tool that merges design and engineering into one unified process. Thanks to conditional interactions, variables, state-based animations, and powerful expressions, you can build prototypes that feel like the real thing. In other words, anything that's on the web can be accurately prototyped in UXPin.

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