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Best UI/UX Design Software?

Discussion in 'Design and Creatives' started by threenerds2014, Jan 20, 2016.

  1. threenerds2014

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    Would you like to suggest me some best trending UI design software?
     
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    1. Invison
    The software brings your designs to life with interactive prototypes, allows real-time design presentation & collaboration as well as seamless design communication and easy design projects management.

    2. Lucidchart
    Lucidchart is the right way to go. There are shape libraries for website, android, and iOS mockups (iPhone and iPad). Besides, it’s really easy to create interactions so that you can get a feel for the whole flow and process. Designers also like the real-time collaboration aspect of Lucidchart because they can work together and get quick feedback from other people they partner with. Click the links below to find out some additional information about it.

    3. Fireworks
    Designers find Fireworks from Adobe much faster than Photoshop or Illustrator. The tool is great for everything from rough wireframe sketches all the way through polished, high-fidelity mockups. It’s, probably, the most popular mockup tool at Google (followed by OmniGraffle). You get access to the collection of common UI widgets (radio buttons, text areas, etc.) that are easy to drop in. Fireworks was built for screen design (no fuzzy lines), but its UI is junky and unstable.

    4. BalsamIQ
    Many designers use BalsamIQ and absolutely like it. There are some limitations, but the company is constantly improving the product. You may want to have a look at their GetSatisfaction page to get a better idea of limitations and improvements that are on the way. One of the reasons why some users avoid BalsamIQ is its sketchy look. This might not be something you would like to give out to a customer. We believe it also depends on how (or if) you are going to work afterwards with the same data.

    5. Napkee
    Napkee will let you export Balsamiq Mockups to Twitter Bootstrap at one click of a button. Find out more about its best features, keeping in mind that the software is 100% free.

    6. Mockingbird
    The software is ridiculously easy to use and makes prototyping completely effortless. You can have your mock-up done in a day. The drawback is that its functionality is pretty basic. Mockingbird eliminates the time needed to learn something new though and that’s why many developers choose it.

    8. Creately
    Some developers highly recommend Creatly, with its modern interface and collaboration, so you can work with your peers and clients. The software also has iPhone and iPad mockup tools.

    9. UI Stencils
    UI Stencils is a toolkit to help design websites and applications. They are crafted and designed with care and made from durable materials. UI Stencils allow you to quickly generate ideas with a simple, yet comprehensive set of icons and symbols. The company releases new versions frequently to stay current with changes in OS and components.

    11. Sketch
    If you want one tool for the entire design process: diagramming, illustration, wireframes, and pixel-perfect mock ups, try Sketch. It gets the job done better than anyone else in many developers’ opinion.

    12. Notable, Solidify, Verify
    Try out ZURB products and you’ll find them really awesome. ZURB Apps help you quickly design great products through rapid prototyping, iteration and user feedback.
     
  4. Jim Moriarty95

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    I am using Fireworks for a long time and this is great.
     

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