We thought the best way to explain how UserZoom works with two different prototyping tools was to implement a case study.
With each tool, Axure and Just In Mind, we ran a 30 user study. The Axure study featured a low-fidelity prototype for an e-commerce company. Whereas, the Just In Mind study featured a high-fidelity prototype for a banking company, as you can see in the video
Remote Prototype Testing and 'traditional' remote testing differ in that your prototype is not a live webpage, but is a hosted interactive experience for your participants in a secure testing environment.
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