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 […]

Expanded Tables and Data in GUI Design Studio 4.4

August 23rd, 2012

The new 4.4 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 4.3, 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 […]

Collaborative GUI Design Patterns Site Launched

March 26th, 2010

Right from the start, GUI Design Studio was built with the ability to link in libraries of common design components so that you can reuse them within different projects. This has been extended in version 4.0 with custom elements within libraries and the new templates feature. This is also a really useful way of sharing […]

Styling Calendar Controls
– Are 33 colour options enough or too many?

February 4th, 2010

Version 3.6 of GUI Design Studio included a new element for creating Calendar controls. When we started designing this feature, we looked around for examples of different calendars in desktop and web applications. We found a wide range of different designs; some with one month, some with 3 or 4, some highlighting “today”, others highlighting […]

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 […]

How Important is Label Placement and Alignment in Forms?

January 21st, 2010

To some, it may seem like a trivial or even mundane point to even give any thought to this at all. But choosing suitable placement for your form labels can be very important indeed. The experts at UXmatters have done extensive research in this area and have a lot to say on the subject. In […]

A Powerful User Profiling Example for Software Usability

November 5th, 2009

For optimal usability in software design, there’s nothing more powerful than developing a laser targeted profile of the people who will be using it and discovering their particular needs and wants. In the highly competitive smart phone market, a new breed of phones based on Google Android are doing just that, going head-to-head with the […]

Rearranging Elements in a User Interface Design

February 3rd, 2009

How often have you created a user interface layout and found that you need to change the order in which the elements appear? It happens to me all the time! The usual way to do this involves creating (or finding) a bit of space somewhere, moving one bunch of elements and controls into the space, […]

GUI Design Studio Plans For 2009

January 20th, 2009

In the middle of 2008 we released version 3.0 of GUI Design Studio. This was a major step forward for creating user interface mockups and prototypes with the introduction of the Windows Vista visual style option, Ribbon Bar elements, better Web application support and a bunch of other enhancements. You may have noticed our new […]

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