Mocku.ps is a tool I created over the past two weeks that allows you to easily set up and show your interface design mockups (e.g. web, mobile) from a nice shortened URL that shows how a design would look like in the browser. It’s better than emailing attachments or even CloudApp and Droplr. They are great apps that I use a lot but they just don’t do it very well for design mockups.
What I’d usually do is create a HTML page with the mockup + background images and host it off a sub-domain like client-xyz.aentan.com and show that to my clients. It’s cumbersome so I developed this tool to make this process easier. I think it can help other designers too.
Start using it at http://mocku.ps/.
about 2 years ago
Is that Comic Sans?! (That's some really nice use of it)
Also, Mocku.ps is incredibly awesome. Period. Exclamation point.
Comics Sans yes! I was never a hater of it and somehow this was a nice opportunity to use it. Glad you like Mocku.ps!
Been using designsignoff.com for a while now, but I can definately see use for this next to it, or in some cases even instead of it. Love how simple it is and that it allows for tileable backgrounds, very useful!
Thanks Bart. After this I'll be working on "pro" features like annotations, comments, etc.
comic sans not dead.
This looks great man ;) thanks for sharing!
Noe Araujo. It's one of the best fonts! :P
Would be great if you can help me like Mocku.ps on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mockups/267166569999498
Just given this a try and im really impressed with how easy it is! Would defiantly be interested in a pro version with comments and some kind of sitemap/navigation between pages
Not a fan of the comic sans as the description. Seems to work in the Icon though
Actually, it is a really nice tool! Although the fact of using Comic Sans is making me think twice... let's see :)
OMG, I don't believe that I liked something with Comic Sans :) Great work.
LOL @ Nacho and Kuba.
@Michael Stanley that's really nice to hear. This is really the first full Rails app I made by myself. I can't wait to learn more and add the pro features.
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