Balsamiq Wireframes

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  1. Ryan Colgin Ryan Colgin

    Some early wireframes for a mobile app—created with Balsamiq. Really diggin the program thus far and they're great about listening to feedback & continually adding new features. Anyone else have experience with Balsamiq? How about other wireframing software?

    about 1 year ago

  2. Joe Ellis Joe Ellis

    I've never used it, but have you used the storyboarding features in XCode for iOS development before? Just curious on your take between the two. I've always been curious about it.

    about 1 year ago

  3. Ryan Colgin Ryan Colgin

    @Joe Ellis I haven't—I lean more toward the design side (which doesn't mean I don't plan on investigating the development side more—just not familiar with it).

    about 1 year ago

  4. Matt Shwery Matt Shwery

    I used to use Balsamiq extensively for low fidelity decisions, and generally more complex stuff.

    But I've moved away from it – I keep lo-fi to just sketches nowadays, and then move to Illustrator or jump straight into code.

    @Joe Ellis nice tip on xcode ios storyboards! I didn't even know about that.

    about 1 year ago

  5. Jonathan Bowden Jonathan Bowden

    Love balamiq! Worked with a local team to create uxapprentice.com for them last year.

    about 1 year ago

  6. Ryan Colgin Ryan Colgin

    @Jonathan Bowden that's awesome—I just ran across UX Apprentice the other day and was showing it off. I'll have to dig a little deeper into that extensive list of resources! Great work, sir.

    about 1 year ago

  7. Geoff Thibeau Geoff Thibeau

    Travis Isaacs has a thing called Keynote Kung Fu that was pretty persuasive.

    about 1 year ago

  8. Ryan Colgin Ryan Colgin

    @Geoff Thibeau I had overheard someone talking about using Keynote for mockups—that must be the addon that was referenced. Thanks for the heads up.

    about 1 year ago

  9. An intermediate progress shot of a mobile app I've been working on. Some final, crisper shots will be coming up next.

    10 months ago

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