Create Professional iOS App Prototypes With Briefs for OS X [Video]

Create Professional iOS App Prototypes With Briefs for OS X [Video]

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Briefs is a new application for OS X that makes it easy for designers to create professional iOS app prototypes and mockups.

Briefs is the essential app design tool built for a professional design workflow. Lifeless mockups don’t tell the entire story, but you don’t have time to build a prototype. We’ve been there, too. Your clients needed a clearer picture, so give them something to touch. With Briefs, you can deliver iterations of your design that people can play with on their phone and start giving you feedback. Before you know it, you’ve cut months of back and forth from your schedule without a dime of development. Powerful enough for you?

Briefs lets you package your iPhone and iPad mockups into one container with a different timeline for each device. Each timeline is a collection of scenes you create to show different application states. You can even use Briefs to show app navigation, animating along the way using scene transitions.

BriefsLive works with the Briefscase iOS app to communicate every update in realtime straight to your iOS device for previewing. You can even connect multiple devices simultaneously.

Briefs can also be shared with others. Publish your brief directly to your Briefscase for one-on-one demos or email a briefs document to anyone you want to see it.

Take a look at the video below for more details. You can purchase Briefs from the App Store for $199.99.

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Create Professional iOS App Prototypes With Briefs for OS X [Video]

Create Professional iOS App Prototypes With Briefs for OS X [Video]

Create Professional iOS App Prototypes With Briefs for OS X [Video]
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Paul - May 5, 2013 at 5:50am
I dont think its worth $199! You might as well just get the app called, "Dapp". http://dapp.kerofrog.com.au/ Similar functions and it will do all the coding for you. Forget this expensive app. Get Dapp!
pitoukhmer - May 6, 2013 at 4:51am
dapp, just only for smartphone not for Mac OSx!
! - May 5, 2013 at 3:28am
Really EXPENSIVE
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