GUI Design Studio Clones Microsoft Outlook?

October 18th, 2006

Following last week’s launch of GUI Design Studio version 2.2, we’ve had quite a few questions about what it’s really capable of and maybe you’ve been wondering about that yourself. We figured the best way to answer that was by way of an example prototype design. The trouble was, we didn’t have anything big enough or suitable […]

Low-Fidelity or High-Fidelity Prototypes for Software?

October 12th, 2006

Let me quickly explain the terms here. Fidelity refers to the level of detail, accuracy or coverage of a prototype. It can relate to functionality but most people use the term in relation to visual appearance and that’s what I’ll be referring to here. So the lowest of the low-fidelity prototypes are very quick hand […]

GUI Design Studio 2.2 Released

October 10th, 2006

Caretta Software GUI Design Studio version 2.2 is now available for immediate download. If you’ve already tried it then check your email today for download instructions otherwise you can request a trial. In the last post I mentioned the new fonts support in 2.2. You can see from this screenshot that the Typeface picker has […]

GUI Design Studio 2.2 Introduces International Features

October 6th, 2006

GUI Design Studio version 2.2 will be released next Tuesday (10 October 2006). It’s a little later than we’d initially planned but we wanted to make sure it was well tested and as robust as possible before release. With so many users finding new ways to use the tool, we encountered a few behavioural hiccups […]

GUI Design Studio 2.1 Released

June 2nd, 2006

Here at Caretta Software, we’re proud to announce the release of GUI Design Studio 2.1 with immediate availablility. This new version includes: Distribution file creation (see earlier post) Main design file selection to save time when simulating changes Faster refreshing to make a big difference on complex designs Tab Bar element changes for more flexible designs […]

Easier GUI Design Distributions Are On Their Way

May 26th, 2006

If you’re working within a team of designers then you’ll appreciate the way that GUI Design Studio stores designs in separate files so that you can all work on parts of the same project at the same time. But when you want to send your whole GUI design project to someone for review then you […]