About Indigo.Design

Indigo.Design is a complete design-to-code system – integrating prototyping, design systems, user testing, and code generation. Key features of Indigo.Design include software prototyping, UI/UX prototyping, usability testing, collaboration, templates, and version control. It offers three key modules for developing applications; Indigo Components, Indigo Patterns, and Indigo Styling. The wireframing tool enables teams to utilize a Visual Studio (VS) code extension in order to generate Angular codes from prototypes.

With it's animation capabilities, Indigo.Design allows enterprises to create prototypes for usability testing, display user engagement on video or screen-by-screen, collect feedback using comments, and receive reports on task analytics. Product teams can create designs using customizable pre-built patterns as well as typography, colors, icons, and more, whilst matching the company brand.

When ready, developers can then generate Angular, HTML, and CSS code from designs and prototypes, directly into existing integrated development environments (IDEs).

Pricing starting from:

US$39,00/month

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Key benefits of Indigo.Design

- Eliminate hand offs as designers and developers can share designs, wireframes and prototypes in a single common platform
- Simplify user research and conduct remote, unmoderated user testing to confirm usability gain insights from real users
- Reduce costly iterations by testing designs and prototypes before coding, and enable true UX Design-Development collaboration in a single common platform
- Generate pixel perfect code and applications in Angular, HTML and CSS

Devices

Business size

S M L

Markets

Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany and 4 others, India, Japan, Mexico, United States

Supported Languages

English

Pricing starting from:

US$39,00/month

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Features

Total features of Indigo.Design: 39

  • API
  • Ad hoc Analysis
  • Animation
  • Change Management
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Commenting / Notes
  • Custom Development
  • Customizable Branding
  • Customizable Fields
  • Customizable Templates
  • Customization
  • Design Management
  • Design Templates
  • Drag & Drop
  • Feature Library
  • Feedback Management
  • For Mobile
  • For Websites
  • Offline Access
  • Project Templates
  • Prototype Creation
  • Real Time Analytics
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Screen Activity Recording
  • Software Prototyping
  • Software Testing Management
  • Templates
  • Testing Management
  • UI Prototyping
  • UX Prototyping
  • Unmoderated Testing
  • Usability Testing
  • User Journeys
  • User Research Analysis
  • Version Control
  • Video Support
  • Visual Analytics
  • Visual Modeling
  • WYSIWYG Editor

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Reviews

Overall rating

4,3 /5
(75)
Value for Money
4,2/5
Features
4,1/5
Ease of Use
4,5/5
Customer Support
4,2/5

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Shahar B.
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  • Industry: Computer Software
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

I have been using Indigo Studio for more than 4 years as my main prototyping tool

Reviewed on 2018/04/03

Although Indigo has many features and abilities which allow you to create advanced and complex...

Although Indigo has many features and abilities which allow you to create advanced and complex prototypes, the prototyping model is very flexible so you don't need to focus your attention on the tool itself.
You can invest all your efforts in creating the prototype you wish to test or deliver and easily change it according to the users need.
You don't need to invest your resources in planning HOW to do it.
Just Do It

Pros

Indigo supports the design process much better than the competitors such as Axure and Sketch.
It's very easy to learn and to use, so I use it For the thinking and sketching phase, sometimes instead of pen and paper.
And on the other hand, it has very advanced features which allow me to create advanced interactive animated prototypes.
Recently they add structured ability to create usability study and I use it a lot.
It seems that Indigo team work hard to improve it on a regular basis.

Cons

It requires relatively large memory resources
Although you can use google fonts, there is no way to import your own font

Audrey B.
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

A picture is worth a thousand words,..an Indigo Studio prototype is worth a million!

Reviewed on 2020/05/05

As a business analyst, my main aim is to make sure that clients and developers share a common...

As a business analyst, my main aim is to make sure that clients and developers share a common understanding of the requirements and functionalities. Indigo Studio has been an invaluable tool to define and refine requirements and interactions with stakeholders and communicate these requirements to the development team.
I started using Indigo Design while it was still on beta at a previous job and had a great experience with it. When I got the chance to select a prototyping tool at my new job, I chose Indigo Design, knowing it would allow to quickly and easily create prototypes and be easy to learn for future team members regardless of their technical or design background.

Pros

- Easily create interactions: Indigo's greatest strength is indubitably the ease with which it allows to simulate interactions. You can create simple interactions by creating states triggered by events in just a few minutes without having to be an expert UX/UI designer or a developer.
- Easy to share with stakeholders and team: The link sharing capabilities allow stakeholders and team members to access the prototype, interact with it and comment.
- Easily reuse elements with screenparts: Screenparts allow to define elements once and reuse them throughout the project whenever applicable instead of having to redo the element over and over.
- Useful icon library: The icon library allows to better illustrate some concepts as well as to add some style to prototypes without having to look for images.

Cons

- No versioning capabilities: There is no direct way to save a version of the published prototypes and be able to share a working version with other people as functionalities and tweaks are added by a stakeholder while the development team is working on the previously defined scope.
- Collaboration functionalities: the collaboration functionalities are essentially limited to publishing and downloading, meaning everyone is using a copy of prototypes and "screenparts" instead of having a common base. It would be great to be able to build a library of reference elements shared with a team.
- Limited text formatting options: This is a less critical issue but being able to format table cells would allow to show that some elements are hyperlinks for instance.

Thomas W.
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  • Industry: Internet
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 1.0 /10

Nothing special. Buggy at best.

Reviewed on 2020/05/11

I was hoping for so much more, having the component library for sketch (does not work well) and...

I was hoping for so much more, having the component library for sketch (does not work well) and code generation (also very buggy and does not work well) were the reasons I chose to also try indigo design. But compared to other products it is way too basic.

Pros

Integrating with sketch was easy.

Cons

There is no useful tools. So much left to be desired. Prototyping is sub-oar at best and that is really the only feature available.

Kyanij M.
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  • Industry: Staffing & Recruiting
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 1-5 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Best prototype design application

Reviewed on 2021/01/20

This app is handy when it comes to creating complex prototypes. It provides a lot of features for...

This app is handy when it comes to creating complex prototypes. It provides a lot of features for making interactive animated prototypes

Pros

It provides an easy way to integrate with a sketch that's what I really love about. Also, it comes up with the new feature of creating usability study. Besides that, it allows me to create animated interactive prototypes efficiently. The learning curve of this app is so easy everyone can learn it in a short period of time.

Cons

This app requires high memory usage and resources so it isn't applicable for that laptop that has a low ram configuration.

Wesley H.
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Great product

Reviewed on 2020/05/05

It makes working with clients and developers much easier and makes us look a lot more professional.

It makes working with clients and developers much easier and makes us look a lot more professional.

Pros

Integration with Sketch makes it easy to share wireframes and prototypes with clients and for developers to get the specific information they need to build the UI.

Cons

I love the code generation concept. However, it is limited in what it can code. Some of the features we want to use (basically aspects that adjust the screen in some ways like a side navigation bar and accordion) are not supported. Would love to see them expand the list of supported components.

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Indigo.Design has the following typical customers:

Self Employed, 2-10, 11-50, 51-200, 201-500, 501-1 000, 1 001+

Indigo.Design supports the following languages:

English

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Indigo.Design integrates with the following applications:

Angular, Sketch

Indigo.Design offers the following support options:

Email/Help Desk, FAQs/Forum, Phone Support, Chat

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