Our free plan serves as a trial so you can check out Handcraft. If you decide to continue, you can easily upgrade to our paid plan from within the app.
All plans come with collaboration, automatic backups,
the ability to export your prototypes and a 30 day free trial.
This number indicates how many prototypes your account can hold at any given time. For example, the Basic plan supports up to 5 prototypes. Once you've created 5 prototypes, you'll have to upgrade or archive a prototype. Archived prototypes don't count towards the limit.
Each person working on a prototype on your account counts towards the total. For example, the Basic plan comes with 5 users, so you can invite up to 4 other people to work on prototypes on your account. Once you've reached that limit, you'll have to upgrade.
Handcraft allows you to upload files and media to use in your prototypes. Once you reach the limit, you'll have to clear out some of your files. Don't worry though, you'll probably never hit that limit - how big do your files really get when prototyping?
We think it's important to know you're using a service that won't lose your stuff, so we've made sure our servers are configured to automatically back up our entire database and all prototypes each night. If anything ever happens to our server, we'll have a backup ready to put back that's at most 24 hours old.
You can always export your prototypes. We offer a link which packages up an entire prototype, including all sheets and files you uploaded, and offers it to you as a universally usable zip file. This feature remains available even if you archive your prototype. And if you close your account, we'll also remind you to export your work one last time.
You can set a password on your prototype to prevent it being viewed by the entire Internet, which is a great way to share things with clients who may not want others to see what you're working on just yet. This feature is only available on paid plans.
Change history tracks all changes made to each sheet in a prototype and lists them on a separate page. You don't have to worry about losing recent versions of your sheets when working with someone else on the same prototype. You'll be able to jump back to a previous version of a sheet whenever you want. Up to 10 recent versions of your sheets are available. Only paid plans have this feature.
If you reach your prototype limit, you can archive prototypes to free up space for new ones. Archived prototypes don't count towards your total, but they also aren't viewable and you can't work on them. You can restore a prototype to its full state whenever you want (as long as you have room). Only paid plans have this feature.
If you want your prototypes to be viewable on a custom domain, such as carebears.mywebsite.com, custom domains will allow you to set that up from within the "Manage prototype" screen. Each prototype can be configured to appear on a separate domain name. This feature is only available on the Premium plan.
Right now we accept the following credit cards: Visa & MasterCard.
Canceling is very straightforward. Visit the Account screen and click on "close my account". We'll offer you the option of exporting all your data so you have a backup. If you do cancel, you'll only be billed for the current month.
When you sign up for a paid subscription, you may see a $1 authorisation charge to your card from Handcraft or our company Q42. This is just our payment provider checking whether it's possible to charge your card; the $1 won't actually be taken from your account.
Yes. You can visit the Account screen to upgrade or downgrade at any time.
We want you to be able to try out features before you decide to pay for them, so each plan comes with a 30 day trial. If you cancel your plan during those first 30 days, you won't be billed. 30 day trials only apply to new customers; if you upgrade, you won't get a new trial.
Handcraft itself works in HTML5 enabled web browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera or Internet Explorer 9. Any prototypes you make yourself using Handcraft will work in any web browser (depending on how you write your own code).
No problem! Head over to our support site to find various ways to contact us. We'd be glad to help you out.