Atomic’s Web-based interface design tool now features collaboration, available for all to try

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Earlier this year we wrote about Atomic, a startup that’s building a browser-based tool for designing high quality, interactive prototypes of apps and websites. The company’s public beta, which launches today, aims to get more designers onboard to understand how they use the tool and begin testing it in the open to get feedback. Atomic includes a number of interesting features, such as a real-time history slider for undoing changes, version control that creates ‘forks’ of work to preserve changes without the need for multiple files, and in-tool sharing for getting feedback on designs. Since February the team has been working to add collaboration tools, which allow multiple…

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