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Balsamiq is one of the most popular mockup tools, however not the only tool that can do mock ups. Alternative tools are Adobe Photoshop/Indesign, Powerpoint/Keynote/Google Slides, and a picture of pen on paper. The real advantage then is the built-in tools Balsamiq has available. The tools in the alternatives I mentioned are mostly boxes, circles and arrows = very limited. Balsamiq has web and application interface tools we're all familiar with and specialized to various niches too: checkboxes, select pop-ups, buttons, calendars, player controls, drop-downs, etc. That is its key differentiator in my opinion. Granted, I now leave the mock up work for websites to my designers, who create full color graphics with images, font types, logos and more in Photoshop, which is far superior and more impressive to clients than a blackandwhite mockup with no actual content filling it in.
Thursday 05 December 2013
What we liked: -HotGloo’s UI elements automatically adapt to their surroundings-Users can upload and share their master elements with others-People can tie certain functions to the user roles they have defined-HotGloo offers students a discount on their pricing What we didn’t like: -People who use Internet Explorer will need to switch to a different browser before working with HotGlooMore about HotGloo
Friday 10 May 2013
What do you like best?It has all of the objects needed for software mockups pre-built. It's all drag and drop with enough options to be flexible but not too many that it's overbearing. Almost zero learning curve, anybody can jump on it and produce decent mockups. What do you dislike?Mostly geared toward mobileMore about Balsamiq
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