Category Archives: Wireframing

Milestone: Over 200,000 Wirify wireframes created

We have hit an important milestone with Wirify today: Tens of thousands of people from over 180 countries have used Wirify to create more than 200,000 wireframes in just over 3 months! Read the full post for more.

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Wirify Pro with OmniGraffle export now available

We have just launched Wirify.com, the new home of Wirify bookmarklet that lets you turn any web page into a wireframe in one click. Wirify Pro is now available with OmniGraffle export functionality. Read the full post for more.

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Preview: Exporting Wirify wireframes to OmniGraffle

We show you a video preview of a future Wirify version that allows exporting the created wireframe into OmniGraffle diagramming application for editing. We also explain how you can save a Wirify wireframe as an image, plus discuss the changes in the freshly released Wirify version 1.3. Read the full post for details.

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Wirify January update

We have just released an update to Wirify, the bookmarklet that lets you turn any web page into a wireframe in one click. You can now move the information overlay and Wirify runs better on Opera and Internet Explorer. Read the full post for details.

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Introducing Wirify: The web as wireframes (archived)

Wirify is a bookmarklet that lets you turn any web page into a wireframe in one click. It’s lightweight and works in many modern browsers. We believe Wirify will help user experience professionals analyse and redesign existing websites and also aid learning and teaching in the field. Read the full post for more.

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Create easier navigations using Naview – Sign up for Early Access now

Naview helps you to design and build navigation prototypes quickly and test the usability of your navigation with users. It is made specifically for user experience and information architects, business analysts and web designers who design large website structures. We have been working hard on a new version of Naview and the beta is finally out! Read the full post for more.

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Tip: Reuse your designs with OmniGraffle shared layers

When designing wireframes you typically have common elements like header and footer that you want to include on several separate screens. Read the full post on how to use OmniGraffle Pro shared layers to maintain and reuse these common elements.

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