As Uizard is a design and prototyping tool by nature, you are creating prototypes of apps and websites in Uizard, as you can imagine creating something on Powerpoint or Canva (just the look, but no code and therefore NOT with the full functions that connect to actually what an app and website can do).

You would still need to send this over to a developer so they can attach code and logic to your design.

However, this doesn't mean you can't present your project to your peers. There are many great ways to share and export your Uizard projects.

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