In Proto.io, a project corresponds to a prototype. From your account’s Dashboard, you can create a project, manage all your projects, see an overview, edit their settings and perform a number of actions.
Creating a project
You can easily create a new Proto.io project from your Dashboard. You give it a name, select a project type, and select the device you are designing for (or define your own). Once your project is created, you can view it in your Dashboard’s Projects section.
Editing a project (designing)
You can edit your Proto.io projects in the Proto.io Editor. Depending on the device you chose for your prototype, the editor’s canvas adjusts accordingly. You can design your prototype’s interface using the UI libraries available, or by importing your own assets. You can easily add powerful interactions and impressive animations.
You can see how your prototype would work if viewed on the selected device, by previewing your project in the Proto.io Player.
Collaborating on a project
You can collaborate with your team members through Proto.io by inviting them to edit and/or review your projects. To give them access, you need to add them as users in your account (see Setting up users)
As an owner, you can add editor's comments to your project’s preview in the Player. These comments are only viewed by users who have edit rights to your project. You can specify who gets notified about these comments. Other editors will be able to respond to these comments or add new ones.
When you share your project through a Share link, reviewers or other stakeholders can give you feedback on your shared prototype in a number of ways (see Sharing in Proto.io).
You can easily delete a project you do not need anymore. When you delete a project, you will not be able to later recover it. This is a permanent action.
The owner and admins have full access to delete projects. Designers can not delete projects.
If you want to temporarily deactivate a project, you can choose to archive it. (See Archiving and activating projects in the Other project functions article).