Our Guide to Mockups is fresh off the press with 72 pages of UI design knowledge.
Since we’ve seen some incorrect definitions and uses of mockups, we decided to write this e-book to provide clarity and practical advice.
Mockups represent the structure of information, visualizes the content, and demonstrates basic functionalities in a static way. We’ve included screenshots of mockups (more of which you can find at UX Patterns) and plenty of discussion around different types of mockups and methodologies for creating them. We’ve also included our own preferences, and described our own design process practiced at UXPin.
In this free e-book, you’ll get:
- Tips for creating mockups in Photoshop & Sketch
- Inside look at the anatomy of mockups: navigation, menus, UI patterns, and more
- Explanation of how and when to use mockups of all types and fidelities
- Advice from experts like Luke Wroblewski, Marcin Treder, Ash Maurya and others on the role of mockups in design
We’d love your thoughts on what we’ve written. And feel free to include anyone else in the discussion by sharing this e-book.