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We’ve shipped dozens of new features recently based on your feedback! Here’s a closer look… Prototyping Create carousels, sidebars and more with containers! Make elements of your prototype scroll in any direction – unlocking the ability to create carousels and scrolling sidebars. The result? More realistic prototypes when testing and gathering feedback. Read more User Testing Heatmaps You can now… Read More →

In this second article in our series on design systems, we’re looking at the different ways that teams can develop their own design system. We’ll explore how to go about understanding the pain points, defining the aspirations, then getting buy-in and finally maintaining the design system. We will also explore why starting a design system now will mean that you… Read More →

Collaboration involves teams working together to achieve a common goal. It relies on individual characteristics including motivation, organisation and focus but also a shared understanding of team and individual objectives, and how they ladder up to the overall goal. By understanding how work is shared across Product, Design and Engineering not only will work get done faster but also to… Read More →

User testing is a method of getting feedback from users to validate your designs and evaluate the performance of your product. User Testing in Marvel allows you to record video, audio and screen interactions of your user interacting with your product. The tests can be run either in person or remotely, and can be either moderated or unmoderated tests. The… Read More →

Over the last decade, organisations and big business brands feel closer than ever before. You can now get a personal response in minutes from some of the biggest companies in the world by messaging their team on socials. And listening to user feedback isn’t where the company-user interactions end. Today more than 50% of Fortune 500 Companies have made co-creation… Read More →

Marvel’s design and prototyping tools are used in some of the most forward-thinking companies in the world, while the exact same tool is also used to run design workshops for school-age children. Schools, design clubs and even museums use Marvel in workshops to teach kids about the design process, and about how to solve problems using creative thinking. As we’ve… Read More →

Prototyping is one of the earliest steps in the process of creating a product. With prototyping, a team can establish what a product should look like, how its end-users should interact with it and then validate these ideas before moving forward with development. Without needing to commit to development resources, you and your team can test out ideas for websites… Read More →

In a world filled with problems that need solving and with SAAS applications making the design more accessible, creating something new to solve these problems is an opportunity open to more people than before. This can make it difficult to stand out and gain attention from investors and consumers alike. Fortunately, this is where creating a prototype can help; prototyping… Read More →

As part of our series of interviews with the design and creative community, we had the pleasure of interviewing James Terry, CPO and co-founder at Dishpatch about his journey into design, and how he thinks about building a product in a new category. Tell me a bit about yourself! Who are you, and what are you working on? Hi, I’m… Read More →

Last year we launched our powerful User Testing features, which enable you to record and analyse how users interact with your prototypes so you can optimise your designs based on customer insights. As well as capturing video and audio feedback, Marvel’s User Testing tools can also record the screen to reveal how users move through each design in your prototype…. Read More →

At Marvel, it’s important that our customers have a voice in the direction of functionality and the platform. One of our most popular feature requests ever has been the ability to create carousels and scrolling sidebars in order to create realistic prototypes when testing and gathering feedback. So we’re super excited to announce containers! Containers can make an element of… Read More →

Mobile devices like smartphones and tablets give businesses another channel to connect with their customers, no matter where they are or what network they’re on. Mobile websites and applications should offer users an intuitive customer experience in the palm of their hand. At least, that’s what good mobile design aims to achieve. But poor mobile design can make it tough… Read More →

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