I work as an UX designer on several applications for hospitals. Our customer wants to see hi-fidelity mockups of the designs we create; the more detail the better, in order to validate with end-users properly. Especially animations/transitions are very well received.

Currently I am building my mock-ups in Adobe Flash. Oldskool -- but very strong.

What are good alternatives to Flash -- with similar (or better) capabilities?

The tools I am familiar with: HTML, Axure, Microsoft Blend (Silverlight), but these do not make me very happy.

Any more that you know of?

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Invision might be what you're looking for. It allows you to convert static mockups into usable prototypes, with animations and transitions.

  • Thank you Alan, though I feel this tool is not high-fidelity enough for the stuff we're building. It is really about detailed interaction concepts. Furthermore, we're not building website. – Chrux Jun 17 '15 at 14:32

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