Pidoco is software that lets you quickly create click-through wireframes and fully interactive UX prototypes.
Small and large companies in over 50 countries trust us.
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."
"By using this wireframe tool and testing our website usability pretty early we are able to get important feedback."
Available Plans & Pricing
Starter2 projects$ 12
Standard8 projects$ 25
Premium30 projects$ 55
Platinum100 projects$ 175
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Create fully interactive prototypes to simulate what your application will really feel like. Use clicks, touch gestures, device motion, keyboard entries and even location data to trigger highly configurable reactions in your prototypes.
Share prototypes, collect comments and edit screens with others in real-time. Our collaboration features are easy to use and include versioning, comment history and issue tracking to give you all the tools you need.
Test drive your prototypes on iOS and Android devices in real-time. Our app allows you to run your prototypes on mobile devices directly at the click of a button without downloading or installing any code. Or test them in your web browser.
Exports & Specifications
Generate handy specification documents at the click of a button to hand to your development team as a blue print or to clients for sign-off. Or export your prototypes as PNG wireframes or vector files or as HTML for times when you are offline.
Use our smart templates to create building blocks that will make your prototyping super fast and improve design consistency in your projects. Choose between layers and custom stencils, upload your own image files or add screenshots as page backgrounds.
Pidoco is easy to learn and easy to use so you will be productive from minute one. This makes rolling Pidoco out within your organization easy as well. In addition, you can run usability tests with your prototypes using on-site and remote testing methods.
Integrations & Customizing
Pidoco integrates with apps like Planio or JIRA via our API. Write your own add-ons or connect Pidoco to your wiki or other IT systems. Or get our Enterprise Edition offering customizing and a scripting module to write your own action scripts.
Software-as-a-Service & Security
Pidoco lives in the cloud in secure German data centers, so you do not need to install software, run updates or buy licenses for each new user. Simply log in and you are ready to go with the latest version available to you. Need more users? Just add them on the fly.
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.