Importing GUI design content 

Bring your design files straight in from Figma, Photoshop, Sketch and Illustrator (to name a few) and bring your UIs to life in an interface that's familiar.

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Create GUI designs in a familiar framework

With Storyboard, you're able to create all of your graphics in the most popular graphic and UI/UX design tools that design teams already know and love. When they're ready, import them directly into Storyboard and instantly see your embedded project coming together within an interface that looks and feels familiar to graphic designers.

Easily import UI designs from Figma, Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketch

Don't worry about learning another new tool. You've spent hours perfecting your design, there's no need to double your workload by doing it again. Storyboard’s flexibility to begin editing UI designs and animations immediately saves time in the development process. Simply import your design files from Figma, Photoshop, Illustrator or Sketch and get cranking.

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Embrace the design change and iteration process 

Iterations in the design are a common part of the process and can sometimes lead to time delays in order to work with developers and engineers re-coding any progress made on the development side.

The unique, parallel workflow environment of Storyboard allows designers to focus on creating their UI graphics, while developers work on the code and overall system.

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Re-import without losing functionality

Making changes to your design in Figma, Photoshop, Illustrator or Sketch?

You can import them directly back into Storyboard without losing functionality. Feedback that requires changes to the design shouldn’t mean extra code. 

Storyboard’s rapid design and iteration technology allows any design and development changes to happen concurrently, without interrupting either’s progress. Updated design files can be placed back into your application, without impacting the behaviour.

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Visualize your application with Design States

Whether you’re working with Figma, Photoshop, Illustrator or Sketch, you can import your artboards as multiple screens to define your application layout in record time. Seeing your design piece by piece is a crucial step of the design process.

Design States allow you to visualize effects and animations that occur in multiple screen contexts during a key time in the workflow – during the UI design. This visibility provides a streamlined development process, allowing you to efficiently and confidently tweak and fine-tune animations and effects as you design.

Add dimensions with 3D content

Add dimensions with artwork that jumps off the screen using 3D elements created using 3D modeling tools. Storyboards 3D support allows you to create your UI design with the functionality and appearance of the end product in mind.

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"In the past, adding features to our UIs was time-consuming and could cost up to $100,000 per iteration. Now with Storyboard, we're able to add features more frequently and incorporate design feedback faster because of its design flexibility."
Chief Engineer of Innovation
Industry Leading Manufacturing Company

Learn from the experts

Interested in a walk-through of how to use these tools? In our Getting Started with Storyboard Video Series, watch our own graphic designer as he walks you through everything you need to know about Storyboard. Including the full process on how to import UI design files, and manage design file changes.

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Case study

Manufacturer breaks into new category, with prototype 75% faster than before.

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