If you have an iPad or an iPhone, it might be loaded with apps that didn’t really pan out. Even though there might be a hundred plus apps on my iPad, there are about ten that I don’t know how I did without. One of those is iMockups for iPad.
For anyone that ever has to think through a website or an iPad or iPhone app, this is the tool to use. I’ve even had desktop apps that don’t come close to this $7 iPad app. In a nutshell, with a simple drag and drop interface, users touch and drag a basic framework to the canvas. For example, an iPhone, iPad, or a browser window. From there, using a library of objects, build out your wireframe. For example, here’s a shot of a canvas with an iPhone “framework” and then on top of that, from the right menu of objects, I dragged over a keyboard to show some sort of text entry.
You can even make multiple layout pages within a project and link certain areas to jump to another part of the project (another wireframe).
Now, you don’t have to describe your apps with paragraphs and paragraphs of text. Just put together a rough layout on your own and build from there. This app is a great way to think through an app and deliver a solid structure to your dev team. Download it today.