Archives for the tag: mockups

Getting More Out of JIRA with Interactive Visualizations

This guest post comes courtesy of Andrew Mottaz, part of the team behind Protoshare and their new add-on in the Atlassian Marketplace, Protoshare for JIRA. It's difficult for end users or other stakeholders to really know what they want from software until they see it, experience it and use it. Whether you are an Agile shop working from user stories, a waterfall team, or somewhere in between, adding higher fidelity interactive visualizations to your JIRA issues helps get stakeholders and end users

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Balsamiq Mockups for Confluence – now with interLinking

For anyone who's ever had to mockup a web page, Balsamiq is an amazing Confluence plugin that lets product managers, developers, web masters and business folks all collaborate on the UI right inside a wiki page. Just this week they added a major feature to their Confluence plugin that lets you link together between mockups in different Confluence pages. This is a really powerful feature because it now lets you not only show what your app will look like but also how it will BEHAVE for the end user. Say,

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Confluence Team Hosted now with Balsamiq Mockups

January-09 is turning out to be the month of Confluence Team Hosted. Since we announced a $49/mo pricing tier earlier this month, our daily signup rate has doubled. Today we have more news to share with you... effective immediately, all Confluence Team Hosted customers get Balsamiq mockups bundled for free with their wiki. Balsamiq also announced the news on its company blog. About Balsamiq Balsamiq mockups are an essential tool for any developer, web designer, product manager, IT manager or marketer

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