GUI Design Studio 5.0 is all about colour and style

October 1st, 2015

After much demand, we’re now working on new releases of GUI Design Studio, starting with version 5.0, including colour swatches and element themes for customisation using CSS rules. Version 4 customers who purchased within the last 12 months are eligible for a free upgrade to version 5. We’re contacting you in stages, most recent purchasers […]

GUI Design Studio 4.6 Released With New Charts

July 22nd, 2013

The new 4.6 versions of GUI Design Studio Professional and Express, along with a new Viewer, are now available for download. For users of versions 4.0 to 4.5, this is a free upgrade and the Viewer is, of course, always free. Users of GUI Design Studio version 3 or below can install v4.6 in parallel […]

GUI Design Studio 4.5 Released With Enhanced Data Handling And Scrolling Regions

February 18th, 2013

The new 4.5 versions of GUI Design Studio Professional and Express, along with a new Viewer, are now available for download. For users of versions 4.0 to 4.4, this is a free upgrade and the Viewer is, of course, always free. Users of GUI Design Studio version 3 or below can install v4 in parallel […]

Ribbon Bar App Prototype Library, Template and Sample Released

February 11th, 2011

Now you can get a massive head start when designing applications based on the ribbon bar user interface paradigm that originated with Microsoft Office 2007. Using the Ribbon Bar elements already in GUI Design Studio, our new design library, application template and prototype sample make it easier for you to get started quickly. 1. Ribbon […]

GUI Design Studio 4.0 Released With New Interaction and Templates

March 9th, 2010

GUI Design Studio version 4.0 is now available and includes some fantastic new features in two editions, both with a 30-day trial. The new features are grouped around interactivity and element and design sharing. They enable you to build more realistic and interactive prototypes and to share or reuse individual elements or whole design templates […]

GUI Design Studio 3.6 Released With New Calendar Elements

January 28th, 2010

GUI Design Studio version 3.6 is now available for immediate download. This is most likely the last 3.x maintenance release before we launch version 4.0 next month. It contains some fixes and changes based on customer requests and is a free upgrade for all registered users. For customers using any prior version of GUI Design […]

Software Prototyping – Part 3: Tools

January 11th, 2010

In the first two articles we discussed why you should consider creating prototypes and whether that prototype should have a role just in the design phase as a “Throwaway Prototype” versus an “Evolutionary Prototype” that may evolve into the final product. While functional prototypes always involve development tools (and associated skills), there are, essentially, four […]

Software Prototyping – Part 2: Throw Away or Evolve?

November 17th, 2009

In the first part of this article we discussed the difference between functional and user interface prototypes.  In this one we’ll discuss whether your prototype should have a role beyond the discovery and design phase. People often talk about “Throwaway Prototypes” versus “Evolutionary Prototypes” and it’s very important to understand the difference and exactly what […]

Software Prototyping – Part 1: Why Prototype

October 30th, 2009

In just about every field of manufacturing, from soap dispensers to performance cars, prototypes are used to validate and test an idea or design. Prototyping in the software industry is not so common but the benefits are just as compelling. There are two main types of software prototype: functional prototypes and user interface prototypes. Functional […]

Short Demo on How to Create Scrolling Regions in GUI Design Studio

May 12th, 2009

Following on from the GUI Design Studio v3.3 release, here’s a short video (05:52) that demonstrates how the scrolling region shown in the previous post was constructed: For best viewing quality, click on the HD and Full Screen icons once play has started! Here’s a quick summary of how to produce a scrolling region: Create […]

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