In this blog, we’ll discuss how to set up an effective Mockup. I’ll walk you through what to focus on and consider, how to talk with stakeholders and product owners, and a tool that you can use to actually build a Mockup.
With a well-thought-out UX design, the product will be fully flushed out before development begins. For the developers, it leads to a more streamlined development plan. For the user, it means a product that is easy to use. For stakeholders, it results in a more successful final product, which means more money saved and more money made.
In this post, I’ll explain what UX design is. We’ll cover roles and responsibilities, tools and strategies, and finally, what differentiates UX from UI design. Let’s dive in!
One of the biggest problems with any board game is the organization of its components. As a board game enthusiast, I often see a myriad of plastic ziplock bags or tackle boxes used to achieve order in an otherwise chaotic box. As a software engineer/tinkerer/maker, I see these issues as opportunities to build and create custom solutions through the use of 3D printing.
My software of choice for this project is openSCAD. OpenSCAD uses modules and functions to build and render 3D models. While not particularly good from an artistic perspective, it does a great job when dealing with fairly simple models – perfect for game inserts.
Keyhole Labs has announced the release of Version 2.0 of its free UI design tool MockOla, adding features and capabilities that enhance the design process.
MockOla is a free 2D drawing tool that allows users to easily build UI wireframes, free-form designs, and UML diagrams with a simple drag-and-drop editor. MockOla is available online, is free to use, and allows users to easily create custom designs and mockups.
This new version of MockOla includes a new dashboard with an enhanced look and feel, the addition of new palettes and elements, a function to upload and add photos into designs, and the ability to use the tool without creating an account or logging in.
Attention: The following article was published over 7 years ago, and the information provided may be aged or outdated. Please keep that in mind as you read the post.The Keyhole Software team is excited to announce the standalone release of MockOla for free, public use. MockOla is a rapid design tool to easily create user interface mockups and wireframes. Using a drag-and-drop …
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