September 8th, 2009

Another interesting online wireframing tool developed in Flash has just launched last week – MockFlow. It comes with pretty standard feature set such as: draggable components, pages, basic linking, sharing and online storing. There is a nice ability which allows users to change any page to a master. Other than that, I haven’t found much more which stands out as unique on this one. MockFlow is quite simple and resembling existing UI tools out there, is an nice alternative which comes without a high learning curve.

Give it a try right here.

Need UI Inspiration?

Hi I'm Jakub and I wanted to share with you some of my better UI sketches to inspire your line of work. I've been sketching user interfaces with paper/electronically for over a decade. Subscribe today, and I'll share 5 of my better sketches with you over the next 5 days. How is that? :)

I will send you 5 pieces of inspiration over the next 5 days. You can unubscribe whenever you like. Powered by ConvertKit

3 Responses to “MockFlow”

  1. Prabhuram Baskaran Says:

    Thanks for the write up, Being the first release we wanted to keep the feature set to the standard and focus mainly on usability (KISS). New features and few surprises are coming fast….

    – Prabhuram Baskaran

  2. Stranok Says:

    This tool is simple and intuitive, good for fast wireframing, but it is all :/

  3. Michael Says:

    I use Mockflow on most of my projects. I've found it to be the most flexible and easy to use, with great sharing features. It has some rough spots around the edges, but in most regards it surpasses the competition.