Exploring Alternatives: Wondershare Mockitt for Prototyping

My experience trying out this new design tool for the first time.

“Tutorial” for this below. Mockup thanks to plugin by ls.graphics.


Took about a minute to set up an account and I was in.


Nothing life-changing, but pretty nifty for hitting the ground running on some universal components you’re going to need anyway.
Since I was modeling after my phone that’s in dark mode, I quickly changed the universal components to match with a few clicks.
Here’s one of those unique features I was referring to earlier. A built-in icons menu lets you search for and insert icons from some popular libraries such as Material Design. Pretty much just takes the place of separate plugins I would normally use on Figma.
Combining a few shapes and icons gave us this.
Separately, this is showing how I set the fixed bottom navigation on a scrollable screen. Different than what I’m used to, but intuitive nonetheless: just drag the arrow on the left to the height of your bottom nav; anything under gets fixed, anything above it is free to move.


You can see in the menu on the right-hand side just how intuitive this was to make.
This was also fairly simple. Just added in a filled state and adjusted events to allow for the toggling interaction to happen.



UX designer from Brazil based in the States. Passionate about people, cultures, and diverse ways of thought. Reach me at dlkossoy.com