Turn PSDs and images into prototypes in 7 simple steps

As a designer, I've always been frustrated with how we showcase our work. It seems a bit silly that designs, which take hours, days and weeks to complete, are presented to clients and teams in email attachments and PDFs, often losing the impact and context of the work.

In an ideal world, you could always hand over your designs to developers and get them coded up into prototypes, but the reality is that it costs time, money and resources that aren't often available to most agencies and designers. I've always wanted a simple prototyping tool that allowed me to interact with my designs on any device without needing to code or learn a clumsy online interface. There was nothing suitable out there so we decided to make it ourselves: Marvel.

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