What is NinjaMock?
It is a cloud-based wireframing and mockup tool which enables users to create and share designs for website and iOS, Android, and Windows Phone apps. Stencils are presented in a toolbox next to the design surface, organized by type and usage, and are designed to look as if they were sketched by hand.
NinjaMock is a tool in the Wireframing category of a tech stack.
Who uses NinjaMock?
Google Drive, Jira, Dropbox, Confluence, and Asana are some of the popular tools that integrate with NinjaMock. Here's a list of all 7 tools that integrate with NinjaMock.
- Wireframe editor
- Vector-base HTML5 design surface
- Predesigned stencils
- Embedded icons
- Resizable vector icons
- IconFinder integration
- Image file uploads
- Image import from the web
- Drag-and-drop image upload/import
- Vector editing tools
- Freehand pencil & pen tools
- Custom stencils
- Page link visual indicators
- Copying & pasting of elements
- Project sharing & partial sharing
- QR code generation
- User roles management
- Workspace sharing
NinjaMock Alternatives & Comparisons
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