A straightforward and user-friendly software utility that can help you design complex mockups by simply dragging and dropping objects onto the dedicated dashboard.
- Balsamiq Mockups
- Version: 3.5.14 / 3.999.477 Beta
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Balsamiq Studios LLC
Balsamiq Mockups Description
Balsamiq Mockups provides users with a friendly environment for their focus groups. The application helps you easily create mockups for your various designs and devices that you can later use for demonstration, evaluation, teaching and even promotion purposes.
What Balsamiq Mockups adds to the table is real-time wire frame iteration of the projects during meetings attended by managers, designers, developers or clients. The program does not set its sights on specific parts of the project, but on each and every one of them.
Thus, you can work on your products functionality with the sketchy, low-fidelity wireframes that you can fill with various built-in user interface components as well as icons and a growing collection of community-generated component database.
Usability is another essential area when it comes to planning and Balsamiq Mockups does help you manage it. Sharing or presenting mockups can be easily accomplished through the PNG or PDF export capabilities of the software. The simplicity of this application comes from its impressive ease-of-use and intuition-oriented approach.
Building your prototypes with Balsamiq Mockups is a breeze. The program works both online and offline and it rapidly synchronizes the available versions of your mock up every time your Internet connection is on. Keyboard shortcuts are another plus to the software, making everything even swifter and more facile.
All in all, Balsamiq Mockups can and will save you hours of work and efficiently helps you manage your sketches in a way that you could only imagine. Feedback is strongly increased and more on the subject at hand when you provide a mockup to your public. Also, it can make the difference between comfortably fixing your model with an eraser and not with a hammer once its production starts.