Wireframing tools

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Definition

Wireframing tools enable teams to plan a website before building its tools. 

"Wireframing is a way to design a website service at the structural level. A wireframe is commonly used to lay out content and functionality on a page which takes into account user needs and user journeys." — Experience UX

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By Adobe
Comp CC is graphics software enabling users to wireframe ideas for print, web and mobile using actual assets like images, shapes, text frames, colors and professional fonts.
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Balsamiq Mockups is a rapid wireframing tool that helps users work faster and smarter by reproducing the experience of sketching on a whiteboard.
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By Moqups
Moqups is a web application that can be used to create wireframes, sketches, UI concepts, prototypes, or any other type of visual demonstration. The application offers a variety of design options, allowing users to apply such visuals as boxes, labels...
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By Pidoco
Pidoco is an easy to use software application that enables users to quickly create click-through wireframes and fully interactive UX prototypes.
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Sketchize is a tool enabling users to wireframe any application or website. Sketchize is built for UI/UX Designers to help them design apps for mobile, tablet and desktop devices. Just choose any of the sketch sheets that fits your project.
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Wireframe.cc is a simple wireframing tool. It uses a drag-and-drop interface and a limited palette to enable designers to create very simple prototypes.
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Wirify is an automated wireframing tool. This free, easy-to-use tool helps the user access wireframes quickly, helping to analyze the web page structure by hiding site content, and focus on important layout features.
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