Mobile Apps · Mobile App Design

What's your favorite wireframing tool?

Lance Mayfield Past client's have included Chalice Recording Studio, HP, Nike, (patented technology)Care Track, Gym Genius, Dudatez, and many other apps.

December 8th, 2016

I personally still use paper, balsamiq or photoshop for mobile development. I always start with paper for some reason. I feel it has no constraints and then I move into either photoshop or if it's a simple concept Balsamiq. Is there a better tool? Is there a better tool for and iPad Pro? I don't see many apps to help entrepreneurs design their idea out. 

William III Game Development, Technology Consultant

December 8th, 2016

I think it depends on what you budget is, and how many things you are trying to do in the wireframe. There is JustInMind, InVision, UXPin, and probably a few more I haven't used personally.

David Austin Relentless problem solver and innovator.

December 8th, 2016

Definitely paper. I only use a wireframe app (usually balsamiq) if I'm going to present it to investors, or it's a very involved app with a large team, and then I still start with paper. I also use trello, at the early stages find it's even better than most wireframe programs when still brainstorming because it's so easy to create a list for each page and then drag around cards for each function.

Vijay Khandekar Product Growth Hacker | B2B SaaS Marketer | Lifelong Learner

December 8th, 2016

Balsamiq all the way.

Way ahead than all other tools. ( I have use UXpin,, no one comes closer to Balsamiq in ease of use).

If you are just looking for feedback collaboration, then Invision is also an option.

Piotr Pawlak CEO at KINETISE

February 22nd, 2017

For mobile, let me recommend You will not just wireframe the app, but also develop it with just drag&drop. Then you can launch it on your device, submit to appstores or download a native source code and continue developing in Xcode or Android Studio.