Be faster! With Pidoco’s drag & drop wireframing feature you can create professional clickable wireframes really quickly, making it even easier to visualize software and involve key stakeholders.
What is Pidoco?
Pidoco is a web-based wireframing software for rapidly creating clickable wireframes and UI prototypes for web, mobile and enterprise applications. It’s easy to use with smart sharing and collaboration features, a convenient specification generator, exports and much more.
Who uses Pidoco?
Professionals in small and large businesses in over 40 countries rely on Pidoco for their success every day.
What Our Customers Say
Frank Heidmann, Usability Expert,
"Since the project development is accelerated, it is possible to test a greater number of prototypes without additional cost."
Max Ahrens, Productmanager at zimory, Berlin, Germany
"Our customer was able to see the screen mockups, even before the implementation started, which avoided misunderstandings."
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Drag & Drop Wireframing
Reduce risk! Dramatically improve communication with clients, colleagues and management. Create interactive prototypes without any programming to bring ideas to life and help people understand critical design decisions.
Be more productive! With Pidoco’s collaboration functions you can share and edit your projects online simultaneously with several users and improve teamwork using feedback and discussion functions.
Boost product quality! With interactive prototypes created in Pidoco, you can perform offline and online user tests quickly and easily, using our convenient HTML export or conferencing and screensharing tools.
Save time! Create visually enriched specification documents in PDF or editable RTF file formats with our one-click spec export or download SVG images or HTML files to save on your desktop with just one mouse-click.
Go mobile! Simulate and test your prototypes directly on mobile devices like iPad®, iPhone® or Android™ devices, without any installation using the Pidoco App. You can also use this feature for presentations.
Accelerate your prototyping! In Pidoco you can create customized templates that you can display as positioned layers on multiple prototype pages or re-use as custom element groups throughout your project.
Integrate prototyping into your development process! With the Pidoco API you can link wireframes and prototypes directly to your wikis, bug-tracking, requirements and project management systems.
Increase flexibility! Pidoco is web-based, so you can use it as soon as you have signed up for an account. Start prototyping immediately without downloading, installing or updating software and simply pay as you go.
Enhance collaboration with Pidoco's wireframing software!
Pidoco is an online wireframing software that makes wireframing in a team a breeze. Involving other web experts in the wireframing process can be beneficial in many ways. Collaborative wireframing is likely to enhance the usability of your design. What is more, wireframing in a team can be a great time saver as it helps avoid errors.
What is wireframing?
Wireframing is a process of sketching first interface design ideas in the form of a wireframe - a low-fidelity prototype. Wireframing is usually done to define the basic layout and navigation of a user interface. For this reason, wireframing is mostly done in low fidelity. Avoiding colors and other graphic design details helps the wireframing team to focus on essentials.
Why is wireframing important?
Wireframing is often referred to as a planning instrument. It is important to think an interface through before starting to program it. Wirefaming a website or an app can reveal its limitations. Wireframing is also a good communication instrument as it helps visualize complex ideas easily and demonstrate them to clients or other stakeholders.
What do you gain from wireframing in a team?
Wireframing in a team means that every team member can contribute to the design. Web development teams are normally comprised of people coming from different backgrounds and spheres of expertise. Involving such people in the wireframing process can help you make use of this diversity and achieve optimum results.