Balsamiq vs MockFlow vs UXPin

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Balsamiq

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564
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MockFlow

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+ 1
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UXPin

86
114
+ 1
25
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Pros of Balsamiq
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Pros of UXPin
  • 71
    Useful mockups
  • 60
    Easy to use
  • 51
    Very useful & simple
  • 19
    Good looking
  • 15
    It helps my creative work
  • 4
    Integrate with Confluence and JIRA
  • 2
    For layouts with deadlines
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    • 5
      Semantic UI support
    • 4
      Can make unique interactions
    • 2
      Design Systems
    • 2
      Jira Integration
    • 2
      Prototyping
    • 1
      Co-Design together real-time with designers on my team
    • 1
      Design Libraries Auto-Generated
    • 1
      Animated Gif Support
    • 1
      Unlimited Previews (no charge for reviewers)
    • 1
      Document and Annotate Designs
    • 1
      Unlimited Storage for all file types
    • 1
      Sketch Integration
    • 1
      Photoshop Integration
    • 1
      Sharing prototypes on mobile device
    • 1
      Prebuilt & Customizable UI Patterns

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    Cons of Balsamiq
    Cons of MockFlow
    Cons of UXPin
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          No free tier

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        What is Balsamiq?

        Balsamiq Mockups is a web tool that allows users to mock up different designs and ideas quickly and easily. Balsamic Mockups is similar to drawing mockups, but it is digital

        What is MockFlow?

        MockFlow is an online wireframe software that helps to design, collaborate (in real-time) user interface mockups for software and websites.

        What is UXPin?

        It is a code-based design tool that merges design and engineering into one unified process. Thanks to conditional interactions, variables, state-based animations, and powerful expressions, you can build prototypes that feel like the real thing. In other words, anything that's on the web can be accurately prototyped in UXPin.

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        What are some alternatives to Balsamiq, MockFlow, and UXPin?
        Sketch
        Easily create complex shapes with our state-of-the-art vector boolean operations and take advantage of our extensive layer styles.
        Adobe XD
        A vector-based tool developed and published by Adobe Inc for designing and prototyping user experience for web and mobile apps.
        Pencil
        A web application microframework for Rust
        Evolus Pencil
        It is built for the purpose of providing a free and open-source GUI prototyping tool that people can easily install and use to create mockups in popular desktop platforms.
        Moqups
        Achieve flow with our web app for creating mockups, wireframes and interactive prototypes that look great onscreen and on paper thanks to the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) technology.
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