One of the main screens from the Horizons project. Here, GUI Design Studio is running on Windows XP but the design style has been set to Vista. You can freely switch between styles.
Part of a calendar design showing a week view. Components for other views can be created and linked together. This example is from the Horizons project.
A navigation panel component showing links to screen thumbnails from each of the panel items. This example is from the Horizons project.
Some of the 120+ built-in elements available, shown with the Windows Vista style active. Combine elements to create custom element components.
One of the many mockups for this Screenshots page. A few details changed for the final version to squeeze more above the fold on smaller browsers.
This part of an Internet Phone application shows how screens and dialogs can be connected up for simulation. The central area contains design annotations.
A component design is being dragged onto a screen where it will be used. The context menu makes it easy to open up components for editing.
Instantly run your project as a simulated, interactive prototype to test the design for usability and check requirements. Customise the background and text.
An early mockup of a real estate web application home page, using a sketchy, grey visual style and font. The grid lines are there for design and don't show up in output or during simulation.
An early mockup of a real estate web application home page, using a normal font and colour scheme applied. The grid lines are there for design and don't show up in output or during simulation.
Changing an image in part of a web design for a real estate agency application.
Enter formatted design notes for screens and individual elements. These display in popup tooltips during design and simulation.
Generate fully cross-referenced and hyperlinked, HTML specification documentation. You can use your own templates and stylesheets for maximum flexibility.
Generate PDF specification documentation. Contains screen or web page images, descriptions and all annotations.
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