Tool for wireframes and mockups

runs as Online Serviceruns on Macruns on Windows
screenshot of MockFlow

Designing a new web page or killer desktop application carries with it a whole set of challenges. You can break out the legal pad and crayons if you want to put together a quick and dirty prototype, but then depending on your artistic abilities, it may look like something the kids planned out. Or you can fire up Photoshop and then be buried under the complexity of it all, to say nothing of having to build all the controls and widgets you want to use. That's not going to look so hot either.

MockFlow is a tool you can use to put together wireframes to use as mockups of your new website or application. It's got oodles of do-dads you can use, so if you need a combo box or a command button, you don't have to get bogged-down drawing it from scratch. There are all manner of grids and rulers, allowing you to space things just right and give your project a totally professional look. Zoom in or out to get a better look at things, and you're good to go.

MockFlow is available for free as an online service that you can run through your web browser. Or if you prefer, you can download it as a desktop app for Mac and Windows (requires Adobe Air).

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