We’re back with more of our upcoming sponsored events, including Black Women Who Tech’s Roadmap to Billions, You Got This, and more!
Our favorite UX and UI links from June 2021, including articles about command palettes, avoiding common mistakes, user research tips, and more.
We’re back with more of our upcoming sponsored events, including the Lesbians Who Tech Pride Summit, GirlCon, Hack for Pride and more!
Did you know that you can help us make Balsamiq better, receive a nice thank you gift AND also give back to the community? Check out how!
Our favorite UX and UI links from May 2021, including articles about pain points, segmented controls, working with stakeholders, and more.
Our favorite UX and UI links from April 2021, including articles about taxonomy, login pages, adding vs. subtracting, and more.
With one quarter in the books, we look about what's coming in the immediate future, and what's a little further down the track...
We’re back with more of our upcoming sponsored events, including the Women in Tech World Series Online Fest, UX Fest, Design at Scale, and more!
Five new resources on Balsamiq Wireframing Academy about wireframing, UX, and UI: for getting inspiration and advice, learning by reading and watching.
With Earth Day around the corner we’re celebrating some of the ways Balsamiq has committed to reducing waste and giving back to the environment.
After two years, our Office Hours program is still going great. Several new Balsamiq mentors are now available for a chat. Come meet us online!
Our favorite UX and UI links from March 2021, including articles about navigation placement, design handoffs, click menus, and more.
We decided to sponsor the Bologna Ultimate Frisbee team CUSB for four more years. It’s a great way to give back to one of our local communities.
A detailed recap of what we achieved in 2020, and a quick look at what's to come in 2021!
Our favorite UX and UI links from February 2021, including articles about mobile tooltips, research methods, design patterns, and more.
Did you know that you could book an hour with a Balsamiq expert and get career advice? Check out this month’s post to learn about our Office Hours program!
Balsamiq now integrates with Trello! Link your wireframes to Trello cards with just a few clicks, and collaborate without friction!
Women’s History month is approaching and we’re proud to support seven upcoming events whose mission is the advancement of gender marginalized folks in tech.
Our favorite UX and UI links from January 2021, including articles about enterprise UX, "blitz design", heuristics, and more.
In November, we met for a 3-day mini virtual retreat dedicated to social time and fun. Here is how we planned the event and what we learned.
This month we are taking a look back at what our sponsorship program was able to accomplish in 2020.
Our favorite UX and UI links from December 2020, including articles about comparison tables, observing users, visualization, and more.
We have a new raffle to share with you this month. Enter to win a free ticket to IxDA’s Interaction 21: Design in Perilous Times!
The latest features and updates for Balsamiq Wireframes as we close out 2020.
Our favorite UX and UI links from November 2020, including articles about mobile product detail pages, design for complex applications, and more!
The Debug 2020 Summit, brought to you by the Lesbians Who Tech team, kicks off next week. Find out how queer techies and allies can attend for free!
Our favorite UX and UI links from October 2020, including articles about on-off controls, design first principles, and pancakes!
Join us at the DesignOps Summit to learn how to expertly use wireframes to develop your team’s communication.
Our favorite UX and UI links from September 2020, including articles about task analysis, e-commerce app patterns, and novel UX techniques.
We’re honored to work with socially conscious events such as Just Design, a designathon for social change happening this month!
Our favorite UX and UI links from August 2020, including articles about app top bars, learning from Google, and writing great error messages.
“We have settled on a tool called Balsamiq for producing finished wireframes. The reason we like Balsamiq is that it is amazingly quick to produce a wireframe, but also still looks like a wireframe rather than a finished design.”
Our Education Lead will be speaking at a couple of upcoming events! Read on for additional information and other quality tech conferences you can attend.
Our favorite UX and UI links from July 2020, including articles about designing for search, involving nondesigners, and using narrative techniques.
CUSB had to adapt to remote training and invest energy to keep the community united. Here is what they’ve done before and during the quarantine.
Balsamiq Wireframes 4.1 is ready to go. Find out about auto-updates, font changes, and spell check in our release post. We squashed 300+ bugs, and we're not slowing down!
We’re back with more upcoming virtual events which you can safely attend from the comfort of your own home.
Like many other companies, we had to change plans for our annual company retreat. Here are the challenges we faced and the solutions we adopted for 2020.
Our favorite UX and UI links from June 2020, including articles about mobile onboarding, card design, Society-Centered Design, and more.
Image Links and Balsamiq Wireframes on Linux are just the start of the waterfall of features coming this year.
“The basic premise behind this wireframing tool is to keep the mock-ups 'intentionally rough and low fidelity', to encourage as much feedback as possible.”