FileSquare just got a new sharing feature. You can now embed your prototype on websites, and share designs with different options such as choosing a screen to start with.
Share a project that you own in FileSquare, and you’ll find a new tab called “Public Sharing”.
Click “Create new link”, copy the code generated, put it on your website, and you can show your prototype as a widget. You can control the size of widget; choose the first screen to show; and hide or show notes, link hotspots, previous and next arrows.
For example, below is a widget generated from FileSquare.
You can create more than one links or embed codes, so that you can share one project to several parties independently, and check how many times each links was viewed by different parties.
Ways to use this new feature?
As a designer, you may want to showcase your interactive works as portfolio, so that potential clients and employers can easily experience the flow of your prototypes and get a better understanding of your work.
You can also put your own UI designs or your favorite ones on blog, just like what we did here, and it’ll make your blog post more vivid.
And it’s a convenient way to let stakeholders view your prototype, because your prototype will be shown directly in a browser.
Last but not least, view count following each link can bring you more insight about the sharing.