If you’re some sort of program designer, then you know that it all starts with an idea which you immediately translate into a rough prototype. And that’s where Moqups3 comes in handy. It’s like having a whiteboard or a sketch book right by your side as you express your idea into something more concrete.
With Moqups, you can easily come up with a prototype (wireframe or mockup). It’s easy and simple. And once you’re done, you can just share it with others through email. And what’s more, it’s free.
With the premium version, you get a lot more. And that includes being able to collaborate with others. For user experience and user interface developer, this is what you call nifty.
- Speedy loading. If you have a wisp of an idea, you can’t waste time. You need to “put pen to paper” right away.
- Simple interface. You also don’t waste time trying to figure out the controls. The arrangements of the elements are simple and intuitive.
- Drag and drop. You start by giving your page a title. Then you set the width and length. Then to your left you get various shapes which you drag and drop on your work area. Just adjust the shapes as you see fit.
- Preview and sharing. You can then check out your sketch without the grid, and then email it you your friends.
- Collaborative editing. Multiple users can make changes simultaneously, and everyone sees the changes in real time. It’s like being back in a classroom with a huge blackboard to work on.