If you’re using Sketch to design and InVision for prototyping (something we do at Small Town Heroes), then this plugin is solid gold, as it combines both:
With Craft Prototype, you’ll experience an unparalleled level of continuity between Sketch and InVision. By bringing your design and prototyping process together, work faster, collaborate more seamlessly, and stay focused to create more amazing products with your team.
We wanted to be extremely careful about weighing down the experience with extra pro-user functionality. Even though we support longer videos, we don’t necessarily want to make people feel like they need to fill it up. As such, we landed on a simple interface for capturing multiple video segments without the pressure of filling up a progress bar.
Composite is a brand new way of creating interactive prototypes. It automatically connects to your Photoshop® documents and converts your mockups into interactive prototypes in seconds. No need to export images or maintain tons of hotspots.
Prototypes that feel native, straight from Photoshop.
If more tools like these start popping up I think the whole design in the browser-thing, which — one must admit — is only popular amongst a small group of designers, won’t get any traction with a wider audience as some will resort to this kind of tool because it’s easier for them.
WebZap is a web developer panel extension for Adobe Photoshop that is designed to help streamline the design processes undertaken by website user interface designers during the mock up and wire framing phases of web site development.
Whilst I like this from a technical point of view (straight in Photoshop, huh?!) I think you’re better off with prototyping frameworks such as Ratchet and Clank …