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Had a couple of quieter days last week and decided to take a deeper look at some new software out there for designing mockups/prototypes. Some of them I was familiar with, others less so. http://www.balasamiq.com http://www.moqups.com http://www.uxpin.com http://www.axure.com/ http://www.wireframe.cc http://www.easel.io The one that I personally find most promising was UX Pin. It seems to be relatively simple to use and yet has a wider array of stencils to use for quick prototyping. Some of these tools have quite a focus on CSS fidelity, others are just tools to sketch with. Some are purposefully low-fidelity (Balsamiq, Moqups) while others you could theoretically use to build out a whole design, complete with animations and interactions. I'm interested how some of you guys are building nowadays? Do you still stick regimentally to the full design in a PS/FW or do you have a more iterative process? Another feature of a lot of these apps is presenting for clients and there are some apps which do just this: http://www.invisionapp.com This can offer a more favourable approach than just emailing a PDF or even pointing at one face-to-face on a screen. Have any of you used any of these and what were your experiences?