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Connect-A-Sketch is a web-based prototyping tool. It allows you to create simple clickable prototypes by uploading images of mockups and then linking them together.

Features:

  • Upload – You can upload PNG or JPG files to Connect-A-Sketch.
  • Drag and Drop – Each of your images can then be dragged and dropped to create a prototype.
  • Share – As this is a free web-based feature you can easily share your design with other users, collaborators and clients.

Pricing:

Connect-A-Sketch is free to use. You can sign up at http://connectasketch.com/ .

Comments:

Connect-A-Sketch is not really a mockup tool and has only very basic prototyping. Mockups must be created independently and then uploaded to this service. Clickable prototyping is then available, which links the separate diagrams together.

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