You Can Now Embed Marvel Prototypes Into Your Websites, Blogs and Portfolios

Posted 3 years ago by Murat Mutlu

We’ve just launched a great new feature for users who want to put prototypes on their own blog, portfolio or website.

You can now embed your prototypes into web pages just by cut and pasting a small line of code into your site.

It’s a great way to bring your work to life and communicate your ideas. Check out the example below and click around!:

The great part is that the embed is synced with Dropbox and your Marvel account. Whenever you make a change to your designs, the embed updates seamlessly, meaning that it’ll never be out of date.

It’s super simple to get started, just click on ‘Share’ and then the ‘Embed’ tab to grab your embed code.

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Here’s a great example of it in the wild, Thomas McClure is using his prototype on his portfolio to show off his app concept.

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