Today, we announced and previewed the new release of ProtoShare at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. Since ProtoShare is web-based, you’ll get the new upgrade the next time you login after the upgrade window.
“ProtoShare 3.0 evolves the way the industry will prototype and develop websites,” said Andrew Mottaz, Site9 co-founder and CEO. “It brings higher fidelity and collaboration to this critical stage of website development. With the ability to simulate functionality like dynamic popup windows, rich menus, tabbed panels, and more, ProtoShare 3.0 makes it easy for stakeholders to get actively engaged, and better understand the project, at an early stage.”
ProtoShare 3.0 also has major performance upgrades as well as a revamped interface that increases collaboration between team members, management, and marketing on their interactive projects. There are also a lot of general performance and optimization issues addressed in ProtoShare 3.0. Early reviews are quite positive, and we think you’ll agree.