Making wireframe with Balsamiq is easier, faster and smarter.It primarily focuses on product functionality.Moreover, it helps in producing digital sketches of your product concept easily, which helps in thorough understanding of the product ideas.Visual details like color and typography are provided that allows adding responsive features to the mockups. This tool helps to wireframe any type of software interface and can fit in any kind of workflow. Links can be included within the PDF, helping one to mimic clicking between the pages.Several other wireframe,UX and prototyping features are available with this user-interface wireframing tool.
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Pros: I like the fact that you can copy and paste picture of your current product into it and design over those pictures the new functionality.
Cons: Some of the wire-frame elements could have more "functionality" like selecting a button could call the next mock up,
Overall: I think is a very easy to use tool, allows you to quickly sketch something, allows me to create my mockups for any SW requirements on my job.
Pros: The best thing about Balsamiq is that it is very easy to use, which means zero time spent on learning and training. There also many different elements that comply with the style guides of the major development platforms which makes your wireframes look closer to the final product. Linking the wireframes is very intuitive and easy to actually simulate the interaction with a simple click on a button. In addition, I liked the collaboration feature a lot as well as the integration with Drive. The export to PDF is definitely very useful to share the results with the others.
Cons: Nothing much is wrong with it, really. Text input and editing might sometimes be a bit sloppy. It also appears to become a bit slower when running in-browser.
Overall: Balsamiq is a great and straightforward wireframing tool that does the job really well.
Pros: * It's really easy to use.
* You don't have to install anything, you can use it on the cloud.
* You can create your mockups and add actions to them.
* You will be able to interact with the final PDF, and it's a great way to show stake holders how the UI will look without coding anything else.
Cons: * Sometimes it gets difficult when you have several views and you want to add interactions between them.
Overall: I am using Balsamiq to create UI mockups and give a presentation to stakeholders. It's a great way to show working demo without doing any coding, and it will cost you less to do modification to Balsamiq than to a web prototype.
Pros: It's so easy to use!
It lets you create beautiful wireframes within minutes, and there's no training needed.
It adds lots of nice touches:
- The boxes look like they've been sketched by hand
- You can change the colours of objects to match your brand colours
- You can share wireframes with team members
Cons: I've tried quite a few wireframe tools but I keep coming back to Balsamiq.
I don't have anything bad to say about the product, but perhaps the website and licensing could be a bit simpler (especially as there's a different cloud and desktop version of the product).
It succeeds in taking something pretty dull (wireframes) and makes me excited to create and share them.
Pros: In general, a preliminary drawing is made in the web projects interface before starting a detailed drawing. This drawing guides the design that we want the end user to see. Some interface designers do prototyping on paper and others on programs designed for this purpose.
We use Balsamiq application. With this application you can easily and quickly create prototypes and draft drawings. All the design elements that can be used in a web page or in the application we design will be available in the balsamiq drawing tool. All we have to do is set the color, size and layout of the element we will use.
Cons: Balsamiq Mockups unfortunately is a mercenary product, but as everyone does, you can install a 7-day trial and develop the interface of your projects. Also, let me tell you from my research that Balsamiq is the most useful interface in design programs.
Overall: Many of the components required for the design of the component are ready to be used. But if these were not enough, we can incorporate our own designs into the design.
There are different features for different components. Common features of each component grouping, symbol conversion, copy, undo, position and sizing settings. We can turn every work we do into a symbol and use it easily in other mockups.
Pros: I absolutely adore this tool and have done it for more than five years now. I discover it when I was working as an intern at Intel, and I just fell in love with it. Have use it ever since for a lot of projects that involve interface and user experience design. It is the most intuitive tool, extremely simple but also extremely efficient. It takes almost no time to understand how to use it, it is as simple as dragging and dropping elements from a wide menu to your canvas and start arranging them the way you want your interface to look like. It has a lot of elements to build your design and you can "program" them so that you can simulate user interactions. It makes it so easy to build your mockups and on top of that it is extremely fun to use. If you don´t believe me, try it, you can download a free 30 days trail version. It is available both as a desktop app and online, which is a great option if you are working with a team and multiple people need to access to the files. You can convert it to a PDF version once you are done with the project, which makes it really easy to show it to your customers, peers, clients, etc.
Cons: I know is going to sound like a lie, but I honestly don´t have any complains about this software. If I had to name one, I guess it would be the price, but is not really that expensive and it is totally worth it.
Overall: I just love using Balsamiq! It makes it really easy and fast to build your mockups. I have use it for both desktop and mobile apps with very good results. Clients usually love its friendly appearance. Since the project can be exported as an interactive PDF (if you programmed any interactions), you can show your clients a simulation of the UX and they just love that. Anyone can program this interactions using the software, you do not require any previous experience, it is just a matter of connecting slides, similar to programing a Power Point presentation. 100% recommended.
Pros: I use the Mockups for Mobile Application design and it made the creative ideas into a functional plan. The number of tools and templates is more than enough to be able to build a solid Mockup layout from the get-go. I had no training and lessons on the program but built a full Mockup by just using the trial version. I decided to buy after the Demo because of what you get for the money.
Cons: I had issues setting up the trial version of the program , but once it was sorted it was a dream to work with.
Overall: I could easily put down what is in my head onto paper with Balsamiq. Really easy to work and it was a solid project planning tool for me .
Pros: Works well with visual studio and works great for developers. Easy to install and license
Cons: It works great all around and developers like the tool
Overall: Makes wireframing easier on building applications
Pros: - Make mockups lightning quick
- Get approval without nit picking
- Very affordable
- Runs on all my computers
- Easily export for sharing
- Import your own graphics
Cons: - It could offer additional built-in templates
- It requires an update to Adobe Air if you don't use it for a while
- Importing media could be a little better
Overall: I use Balsamiq anytime I need to create user interfaces and get approval from stakeholders. This allows me to rapidly prototype and prepares the team for software development. It is indispensable.
Pros: How was it is to handle, how fast you can create new wireframes
Cons: What I really cannot stand in the font: it is - or reminds me of comic sans. Every design person HATES comic sans. Why this one?