Lucidchart vs MockFlow: What are the differences?
What is Lucidchart? Collaborative diagramming solution for your entire organization. Solution for visual communication. Create online flowcharts, diagrams, UML sketches, and ER models.
What is MockFlow? Super-easy Wireframing. MockFlow is an online wireframe software that helps to design, collaborate (in real-time) user interface mockups for software and websites.
Lucidchart can be classified as a tool in the "Diagramming" category, while MockFlow is grouped under "Wireframing".
Some of the features offered by Lucidchart are:
- Nothing to install
- Drag and drop
- Dedicated support
On the other hand, MockFlow provides the following key features:
- Presentation mode to test wireframe interactionsZoom wireframes with auto-size function
- SiteMap creator with pages and folders
- Interactive visualization of SiteMap
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