I launched Mockup, an app for UI & UX sketching
After three weeks of hard work, I'm pleased to announce that I released Mockup today.
Mockup aims to bring [...]
After three weeks of hard work, I’m pleased to announce that I released Mockup today.
Mockup aims to bring the creative experience of sketching UI & UX designs to iOS. It is the perfect app to brainstorm and blueprint app designs.
Mockup enables developers and designers to sketch their apps on device templates to visualize their ideas. Various devices’ templates were designed in two orientations to fit their needs. And with Apple Pencil support, sketching has never been more enjoyable.
Each sketch can hold up to 1024 devices. The canvas starts with six devices and automatically expands as the user scrolls, delivering a flexible experience while efficiently utilizing storage and performance.
Gestures allow controlling and customizing the canvas. Zoom in to sketch the finest details, and zoom out for the big picture. Double-tap on any device makes space for notes.
To keep everything organized, sketches are grouped in projects. Six beautiful colors can be set as color tags to your projects for easier recognition.
Sketched mockups can be exported and shared in high quality as PDF files. All the data is synced with user’s devices over iCloud.
Pricing and availability:
Mockup is available for free on the App Store. It is limited to one sketch for trial and can be unlocked with one time in-app purchase. Mockup requires iOS 13.0 or later, macOS 10.15 or later, and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
When will this be available for Android tap
There are no plans to bring it to other platforms at the current time.