Please provide feedback

27 Dec 2011 - 10:30am
2 years ago
4 replies
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Hi all, is an online Wireframing and Prototyping tool.

Can you please review the website and the application and provide feedback: 

Thank you,


27 Dec 2011 - 12:33pm

Very nice and easy to use

30 Dec 2011 - 9:31am

Thank you ui-designer :-)

31 Dec 2011 - 2:12am

Well right of rip, I find myself distracted by the tiger character as well as the 'sketching' inside of the CTA area. The navigation also seems to offer far too much information for me to want to browse through. The 'Launch Online Wireframes Now' action item is prominent, however the content beneath distracts the eye from this.

The fact that you promote the cloud computing aspect of the service can be misleading. It's important to note that the application isn't software, however it can be relayed in another context.

The homepage is far too busy, try to work on developing a funnel.

I am confused with by branding technique. I see MockupTiger within every container, however the first impression of the homepage doesn't communicate this.

On the plus side, I must say that the fluidity of the samples (show and tell) is quite impressive. I don't get any errors and the interface is very responsive. I would try to make the data entry a bit more user friendly, from the examples I don't see the option to add an additional fields. This might deture some people.



2 Jan 2012 - 12:23pm

The app:

Visually, needs some tightening up.  The app looks like a wireframe level of quality visually.  My dev tool should look aweseome, and my wireframes should be the ones that are loosey-goosey, not the other way around.

Very feature rich.  That is great

Problem:  how to select elements that are underneath other elements.  I cannot do it without moving the top element out of the way first. Connectors for example, are almost impossible to use for this reason.

Odd:  the shift button controls the left menu.  This is counter to every other wireframing tool I have used.  Although, I do not use online tools, so maybe this is customary for online ones.

The amount of work on the features is very impressive.  Even your little graphs are customizable... very nice.

I'd suggest doing live user tests and watch people (new users) actually use and explore the tool.  Things which are not intuitive will be highlighed immediately, and you will likely get more out of those sessions than asking online.

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