Don't be blue, be Indigo! Indigo Studio from Infragistics released today (and it's free forever too)
We’re super thrilled to announce the release of our new rapid, code-free prototyping tool, Indigo Studio!
With Indigo Studio, by the time you are done creating wireframes, you will have an interactive prototype ready to present and evaluate! If you want to know what Indigo Studio is all about, check out the Indigo Studio homepage, it’s a great place to start. We won’t bore you here by repeating all that information again.
Okay, we’ll repeat one thing: Indigo Studio Version 1 is completely FREE, and it is available for both Mac and Windows.
The newest design tool from the leaders in UX, Indigo Studio lets you quickly and simply explore and create functional, animated UI prototypes while maintaining the focus on user experience at every step.
Whether you’re a designer without developer skills, a developer without design resources, or anyone with a great idea - you can design storyboards in real-world context, quickly prototype application design interactions that integrate with your storyboards, annotate those designs, and share your best designs with team members and key stakeholders. What’s more, you don’t need to spend a fortune on incomplete prototyping and static wireframing tools. Indigo Studio does things better – delivering rich, interactive experiences. And for a whole lot less – like Free!
Storyboard for Real Life
Indigo Studio helps you keep your focus on your users, right from the start. Easily incorporate your designs directly into real-world scenarios by choosing from more than 100 integrated storyboard scenes with people, places, and various devices.
Do You Really Mean Free?
Yes - we really mean free. Download version 1.0 today and get it to keep for free, forever!
As you might know I've become a fan of the new Storyboard feature that comes with Visual Studio 2012. The big problem is that it's limited to the Premium, Ultimate and Test Pro SKU's. We're some Project Managers and Analyst's that want to also wireframe/prototype/storyboard app's and we're not getting the VS just so they can use the VS Storyboard feature.
So this looks like a no-braining to check out...