Start designing for the Apple Watch

Prott Update : Now supporting Apple Watch

Boris Milkowski-12 / 16 / 2014-News

Up until now, Prott has allowed you to prototype for an array of devices including iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5, iPad and Android phones. Today we are extremely proud to announce that Prott is expanding to support the yet-to-be-released Apple Watch. Go over to and you can start making your first Apple Watch prototype now.

Start prototyping for the Watch now

Back in November, Apple officially released the WatchKit for developers and has been slowly releasing bits and pieces of coveted information regarding their latest product.

Our core belief behind the service Prott is the importance of prototyping as part of the design process. It’s particularly imperative to prototype for the Apple Watch since the product environment is changing rapidly.

The Apple Watch live in action in Presententation Mode

The Apple Watch is set to be released in early 2015. It’s a challenge to design apps for a device you cannot hold in your hand yet (or in this case, wear on your wrist). The Presentation Mode of Prott helps you get a better grip on the Apple Watch experience.

You can choose from the various colorways of the device and attached band including the Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport and and Apple Watch Edition collections. Unless you know somebody incredibly important in Apple, the visualization gets you as close as you can to the actual look & feel of your apps on the device before the release date.

Head over to to give it a try. You can also open the link on your smartphone to see the prototype close to reality in terms of size.

Do you find the Easter Egg?

The only hint we give is: "Konami Command"

We practice what we preach -- which means we will keep prototyping new features and functionality to keep up with the ever-changing design process. We hope you will also continue to give form to your ideas with us.

Please share with us any feedback! Especially if you find something difficult to use. A lot of the feedback we received from our followers has gone into production. Help us figure out what we should develop next.