Whether your screens are representing application windows, Web pages, sub-panels or custom controls, the fully featured screen designer will let you create them quickly and easily.
Create screens using standard Windows controls, Web elements and other generic elements. Variations are provided in many cases to speed up construction. Combine elements to create custom controls and further variants.
Create your own set of commonly used elements, and groups of elements
Turbo boost your productivity by starting from a design template instead of a blank canvas.
Add background and foreground graphics to your designs and adjust their layout as easily as with any other element.
When you need to add further explanations to your designs, you can add annotation elements right on the page or keep them out of the way in side notes.
Break your projects down into smaller component designs that can be reused on any number of other designs.
Creating individual screen designs is useful but GUI Design Studio also lets you connect them together in different ways and bring them to life as an interactive prototype.
Take advantage of interactivity features that bring your prototype to life and make your design ideas more realistic.
Demonstrating a navigable prototype is the most powerful way to get a feel for an application and elicit feedback but sometimes you also need to produce more traditional static documentation to share with colleages and users.
In addition to creating specification documentation, designs may be exported for review in a number of other ways.
Present your designs in a style that's appropriate for your audience. Sometimes you need high fidelity for acceptance and sometimes you need low fidelity to encourage feedback and change. GUI Design Studio allows you to change your presentation without having to change your designs.
GUI Design Studio allows teams of designers to share design files and work on the same project at the same time.