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What is MockFlow?

MockFlow is an online wireframe and UI toolset, from Indian company Produle.

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  • Free/Freemium Version
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Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $14 per month per user
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What is MockFlow?

MockFlow, a WireFraming tool, designed to make it accessible to all and make the tool synonymous with digital sketching. MockFlow 3.0 helps the user to simplify the Product Design process. The Product Design plan provides an end-to-end solution for the entire process to make the workflow faster and efficient. The user can design, share and embed work from other services while exploring MockFlow's tools for design needs.

MockFlow Features

  • Supported: UI Design: MockStore provides a library of readymade UI packs and templates.
  • Supported: Product Design: Design Spaces brings Product Design needs into one space with a direct plug in with Photoshop and embedding design files from other web applications.
  • Supported: Collaboration: Bring the team on board with defined roles like Editor, Admin and Reviewer, or provide multiple options to connect via audio/video calls, text messages. Share UI designs in a preferred application like Slack, Trello, Google Drive. Get feedback on Design files with features like versions and In-Image discussions.

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MockFlow Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationNo

Frequently Asked Questions

MockFlow is an online wireframe and UI toolset, from Indian company Produle.

MockFlow starts at $14.

Balsamiq, Figma, and UXPin are common alternatives for MockFlow.

The most common users of MockFlow are from Enterprises (1,001+ employees).
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We use MockFlow for creating low-fidelity wireframes and prototyping to validate our business process flows and hypotheses. It is also used a create mock UI visualizations for referencing & contextualization.
  • Ease of use. The UX is great.
  • A decent number of pre-built UI elements such as browser frames, dropdowns, buttons, etc.
  • Good prototyping ability. We can create decent prototypes using links.
  • Collaborating capability for multiple members in a team.
  • Ease of exporting the wires in different formats.
  • Grouping the similar elements together to further enhance the UX.
  • Detailing the wires is still clumsy.
  • Monochromatic UI can be improved a bit.
  • Icon availability is limited.
  • More collaboration features.
  • Grouping of elements in the wires is cumbersome.
MockFlow is a great tool for low-fidelity wireframing for quick validation & contextualization of UX & UI hypotheses. It is not a substitute for full-fledged designing tools such as Figma or Adobe XD.
  • Multi-page wireframing
  • Prototyping ability
  • Exporting of wires in desired format.
  • Low turnaround time for creating wireframes resulting in aligning the team on a single path.
  • Validating UX & UI hypothesis quickly leading to less rework & quicker results
  • Saving to & fro time with parallel collaboration feature.
Figma is a high-fidelity designing tool and provides too many features which would be overkill if we are looking for basic prototyping. Also, if you are not a designer and just want to create basic wires or prototypes as a Business Analyst or Product Manager, MockFlow would suffice your needs. But if you are focusing on pixel-perfect designs then I would suggest going for Figma. The ease of usability with MockFlow is very convenient as there would be a steep learning curve for Figma. Balsamiq is very similar to MockFlow but the wires created in it look a bit sketchy & clumsy.
Business Analysis, Product Managers, Software Engineers & Business Teams.
A basic understanding of UX & UI is needed to use the tool. To maintain any person from the Admin function is sufficient.
  • Wireframing
  • Prototyping
  • Visualization of complicated concepts
  • Price
  • Product Features
  • Product Usability
  • Prior Experience with the Product
Easy UI & good UX makes the usability very convenient.
  • Choosing elements
  • Choosing UI screens
  • Export
  • Prototyping
  • Detailing the wires
  • Formatting
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