PowerMockup's Stencil Library provides a wide range of templates to cover all the basic elements of a website or program. These include buttons, text boxes, and menus, as well as tabs and tables. The Stencil Library can be used by simply selecting a product from the list and then dragging it onto a PowerPoint slide. All stencils can be edited and based on standard PowerPoint shapes.
PowerMockup provides a large number of icons and components for user interfaces made entirely from PowerPoint shapes. These components allow you to quickly create display prototypes for cellular, internet, and desktop programs right inside PowerPoint.
The benefits of using
PowerPoint's simplicity and low learning curve are key factors in its success. PowerPoint is easy to use and can be created by even novice users in just a few minutes. If you get stuck with a PowerPoint issue, many books and sites can help.
One tool for all
PowerPoint can be used to monitor the development process and ensure the participation of all stakeholders, even those without coding or design skills. Everyone is included, and everyone can contribute to growth.
PowerPoint's demo attributes make it an excellent tool for creating storyboards that demonstrate the flow between displays. It is possible to show a slide by slide of the consumer interface. You can also use hyperlinks, cartoons, and action to include interactivity.
PowerPoint has shared, and cooperation attributes that make it easy to work in groups. OneDrive and SharePoint allow you to share files, make comments about slides, merge multiple versions of a file into a single document, and more.
Shared bitmap images (PNGs, JPEGs, BMPs, etc.) are all possible. PowerPoint supports many different formats to export and import shapes and slides, including vector images (PNG, JPEG, BMP, etc.).
PowerPoint is part of Microsoft Office and works well with Excel and Word. For example, PowerPoint slides can be embedded in a Word specification document while remaining editable.
PowerMockup has many great features.
PowerMockup's powerful search engine makes it easy to find the perfect contours. The list of contours automatically filters as you type until you find what you are looking for. PowerMockup recognizes synonyms so that an internet search for "Input" returns results such as "Text Box" or "Text Area" items.
Drag and Drop
Once you have found the shape you want to use for a mockup or wireframe, drag it into the library to the appropriate place on your PowerPoint slide. It's fast and easy!
You can also add your own items to the contour library. Select a contour from a PowerPoint slide and click "Insert form" to create a custom form. You can organize your contours in different categories and subcategories to make it easier for others. Export and import silhouette categories are also possible so you can share your creations.
Many of these PowerMockup shapes offer additional performance beyond that provided by PowerPoint. PowerMockup, for example, allows you to resize the "Window" contour. This ensures that the window title bar remains at the correct proportions. You can also make quick adjustments to contours, such as adding objects to a tab bar or placing the condition in a text box.
Library for the entire company
You might decide to create a shared repository for commonly used contours when working in a group. This is precisely what PowerMockup's "Common Ridge Library” attribute does. This attribute allows you to create a form library that is stored online on PowerMockup servers. Multiple users can access it (based on their rights).
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