Moqups lets you create UX wireframes and UI mockups with one online app.

Wireframes can help your team make important decisions – early in the game – about user flow, information hierarchy, and page density. An effective wireframe uses simple shapes and ‘lorem ipsum’ text as lo-fi placeholders for future design elements. That way – long before you consider the details of branding – you can experiment freely, build consensus, and uncover key requirements.

Mockups can help your team get vital feedback during the early stages of design. An effective mockup builds on a wireframe’s rough sketch in order to visualize content and demonstrate basic functionalities. By creating a hi-fi snapshot of your future app or website, your team can demonstrate its look, feel, and emotional impact – and get buy-in from stakeholders before the final design is launched.

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In practice, most projects blur the boundaries between wireframes and mockups – and most teams move freely back and forth as projects develop.

Sometimes it can be inspiring to begin with a polished iPhone or website mockup – and then jump back to wireframing in order to work out the details. Sometimes it’s better to work out the nitty gritty – wireframing the raw elements of the UI – and apply the full design elements a bit later.

And sometimes, it helps to turn an early wireframe into a lo-fi prototype, just to get an early sense of the user experience.

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And your wireframes and mockups don’t have to remain in a silo. You can quickly link them to other visual assets like diagrams, flowcharts, charts, and graphs – all within the same Moqups project!

Moqups lets your team create their own workflow – and go where the project takes them – by removing the blocks, barriers, and obstacles of single-purpose apps.