Mockingbird: wireframing made awesome

Wireframing is awesome!

Using Mockingbird, a recently launched Cappuccino-based wireframing tool, I was able to whip up some quick UI concepts I’ve been thinking of for the next iteration of Edit Flow. Though obviously not as fast as a hand-drawn sketch, it’s far more convenient when you’re working with other people since you don’t have to get cameras and/or scanners involved.

Mockingbird has a fairly intuitive interface, and most functionality you’d expect from a wireframing/diagramming tool. Best part: no Flash! Check out the result below. It’ll be updated as I make changes to the diagram.

See the wireframes in full screen mode.

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2 Responses to Mockingbird: wireframing made awesome

  1. Pingback: Edit Flow v0.3: Usergroups and enhanced notifications | CoPress

  2. Brad Arendt says:

    Are you still developing Edit Flow?

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