Our favorite UX and UI links from April 2020, including articles about pragmatic design, designing for crisis, positive friction, and more.
Our favorite UX and UI links from March 2020, including articles about designer-developer collaboration, journey maps, seeking feedback, and more.
If you want a conference where entrepreneurs share the lessons they've learned and support growing businesses, we've got you covered.
The big rewrite is finally complete. Revenue grew over 11%. Read the recap of 2019, and take a quick look at what's to come in 2020!
Our favorite UX and UI links from February 2020, including articles about mobile forms, UX research methodologies, UX debt, and more.
So much has happened in the last 6 months! Let's talk about it. :)
This month we're excited to showcase an upcoming tech conference designed for black women founders.
Our favorite UX and UI links from January 2020, including articles about form design, validating product ideas, and more.
Native Wireframes for Desktop versions are live. A new beginning!
We start the new year by looking back on what our sponsorship program accomplished in 2019.
Our favorite UX and UI links from December 2019, including articles about mental models, task analysis, settings screens, and more.
We wrap up the year reflecting on our progress, our future, and how we can make the tech community a more inclusive space for all people.
Our favorite UX and UI links from November 2019, including articles about annotations, footer links, newspaper design, and more.
More news from the ultimate frisbee teams we sponsor. Both men's and women's teams won the 2019 European Club title!
Wireframes for Desktop is SO CLOSE to being release-quality. Come try it out, and help us get over the finish line!
We're back to share our upcoming sponsored events, announce a new raffle for you to enter, and to talk about how much we love open source.
Our favorite UX and UI links from October 2019, including articles about exit popups, obvious user interfaces, evolutionary design, and more.
Announcing myBalsamiq's End Of Life date: 1 December 2020.
Want to learn from expert founders how to get your startup going? Think about attending MicroConf Europe where Peldi will be guest speaking.
Our favorite UX and UI links from September 2019, including articles about form buttons, social sharing, organizational improvements, and more.
After recording expert reviews of eight websites, Paul Boag is back with more, the first of which you can watch today. Learn lessons that you can apply to your own site.
"To create a fast, hassle-free website mockup to gather pre-coding feedback, try Balsamiq. The software has a “pencil-and-paper” feel, allowing you to quickly sketch a design and receive feedback before you go through all the trouble of implementing your...
"Balsamiq is intended to recreate the experience of using a whiteboard in order to create a rapid prototype or wireframe. Such a process typically allows you to come up with more ideas in a shorter amount of time."
Learn more about basic principles of visual hierarchy, alignment, designing for action, and forms in these articles aimed towards beginning and non-designers.
We have more events and raffles to share. And this month we are attending the Business of Software conference. We'd love to meet you there!
Our favorite UX and UI links from August 2019, including articles about UX vs. business goals, writing scannable content, intuitive UX rules, and more.
We're back with more upcoming events and raffles. This month we take a look at how education plays a role at Balsamiq as well.
Our favorite UX and UI links from July 2019, featuring articles about toggle buttons, sign-up pages, text fields, and more.
We're back again with four new raffles to enter. Enter today for a chance to meet with your industry peers!
Learn about three new articles on our education site that will help you in your design work, regardless of your role.
Our favorite UX and UI links from June 2019, featuring articles about making the case for UX, landing pages, sign up forms, and more.
Learn all about the graphic design process behind our 2019 Company Retreat: some little details can make a big difference!
Gathering together in May for our annual retreat in our new Bologna office, "The Nest," echoed the journey we've been on as a company over the past year.
Have you ever wanted to talk to us in person? Would you like advice on your career, or software company? We are running a new program, which we're calling... the Balsamiq Office Hours!
Our Free program now includes Balsamiq Wireframes for Google Drive for schools.
"Balsamiq Mockups includes several drag-and-drop elements, from buttons to lists, each styled as a hand-drawing. 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."
We find great purpose, joy, and satisfaction in giving. In fact, one of our few company policies is to donate a percentage of our profits each year.
This spring, the CUSB Ultimate Teams organized a workshop to talk about Gender Equity in Sports with high school students.
Our favorite UX and UI links from May 2019, featuring articles about designers and developers working together, UI states, growing a design team, and more.
A look back at Balsamiq's 2018 achievements and results.
We've implemented some of the biggest customer requests in Balsamiq Cloud this month, with the new desktop apps right around the corner.
Supporting our community is fundamental to who we are, so this month we'd love to tell you about our Software Donation Policy.