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What is Mockingbird?

Mockingbird is an easy and fast way to make clickable wireframes and prototypes. Create and share clickable mockups of your website or application.
Mockingbird is a tool in the Wireframing category of a tech stack.

Who uses Mockingbird?

7 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Mockingbird.

Mockingbird's Features

  • Grids and columns
  • Export to PDF and PNG
  • All the UI elements you need
  • Smart text sizing
  • Multiple pages with linking
  • Clean and clear mockups
  • Fully web-based

Mockingbird Alternatives & Comparisons

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Mockingbird's Followers
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