- I'm pretty quick with Sketch that I can use this and then import to Atomic to build my prototypes. Sketch Mirror is also helpful to get the designs on a device and walk the wireframes around.I love Sketch. I am an engineer-turned-PM, and I am not a front-end designer. Sketch makes me look competent when I'm conveying ideas to the UI/UX teams & they can easily build on my ideas.
- Whimsical offers a great set of elements that help you build wireframe very quickly.Super fast, nice UI and you can try it out for free.
I've been using this to work out flowcharts of new processes and strategies and it's been an absolute treat to use. Great to see wireframes being added by the Whimsical folks. Looking forward to seeing this grow and expand.
This is the easiest diagramming app I have ever used. And the new wireframe feature is also extremely intuitive and great for quick ideas. While not as feature-rich as some others, it seems their intent was speed and simplicity over complexity, and they succeeded.
I have been testing alpha version of Draftium before the launch and must admit it has greatly simplified my work. So when I need to create a landing page, I make a quick wireframe (with copy) in Draftium and pass it on to UX designers. They already see what I want to get as a result and so we spend less time on numerous iterations.
I have yet to use it, but from the video alone, it looks like something to further speed our process.
Update: Loving this product. The makers are checking all the right boxes and what I love about it beyond the relatively generous free tier as well as the package this fits into, is the overall intent behind it. To cite a comment I made: "Absolutley love the motivation behind this: the combination of simplicity, speed and frictionless workflow paired with tasteful results," it just makes for an awesome combination not to be missed.
- great app. We use it here at Matter and love it.I think Figma is a great tool because it's a website but also a software. It's compatible for mac and windows so that way all the collaborators can see and participate to a project even if they not on the same device and OS. And you can also use it to build wireframe and your design, styleguide and whatever you want because it's like Sketch.
- Adobe XD is great for both designing and prototyping, and it's free as long as you don't want to share more than 1 prototype or design spec at a time.I like it for its simplicity. Easy to get started, easy to get the ideas across, and easy to collaborate with others.
I must say, I was pretty impressed by their demo Yesterday. Even if I'm not a fan of Adobe for multiple reasons, they shipped great features for this new version and it's seems very easy to use.
It's very good for the competition 👍🏻
Basically Adobe had the time to hear every user request and mold it into the perfect design software. I've been using XD for more than three years.
- Fast and easy plus the low fidelity visuals keeps the conversation about the ux and interactions not the pixels.Not sure my recommendation is helpful, but I liked Balsamiq. Though, I have no other experience with wireframing. I like the look/design of the product.
- At my company, we use UXPin. It's simple to use and very diverse at the same timeWe used UX Pin at my last company and it was so much easier to create simple wireframes that could be easily built into high-fidelity prototypes (with existing component libraries) that testers usually thought was a real product when using. Atr my current company we use InVision, which is a good tool, but inferior in ease of use, collaborative qualities (working with content designers), and way way better for testing prototypes.
- Used this a lot 2 years ago. You can build libraries, export to HTML (so you can publish it on your server)... Lacks receiving feedback (but maybe updates have been made...)