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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting MockVault. The developer describes MockVault as an app that lets you manage your designs and versions with ease at the backend and present them professionally to your clients at the frontend.

You can place annotations over your mockups and display it like the actual website. This guides your client through while minimizing miscommunication and raises approval rates. Your client can make comments or approve the design right at the mockups.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting KickoffLabs. The developer describes KickoffLabs as an app that help you find customers with a viral landing page you can setup yourself in less than 60 seconds!

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Picfull. The developer describes Picfull as a web app that makes it incredibly easy to customize and filter photos in real time, with a focus on unique, high quality photo filters that are truly easy to use. Our selection ranges from vintage filters to bolder modern ones, each of which has its own set of parameters that can be tweaked by the user in real time. Plus, multiple filters can be applied to the same photo, allowing endless variations.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting MockupTiger. The developer describes MockupTiger as a web based application for Wireframing and prototyping. You can download and self host it within your network or use the online Personal Edition.

It is very unique web based Rapid prototyping application and offers the best widgets to build Dashboard Wireframes or website Mockups. Provides scalable library of vector Icons, powerful Text widgets, containers and boxes and Dashboard.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting The Game Crafter. The developer describes The Game Crafter as an app for designing custom board games and card games. You upload your rules and artwork, choose from a vast array of components to flesh out your game, and then you’re ready to start ordering copies. You can build custom board games for less than it costs to buy a game in the store. And our minimum order size is 1 copy. We are print on demand for custom board and card games.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Proto.io. The developer describes Proto.io as a web app for building high-fidelity fully interactive mobile app prototypes.

Proto.io allows designers to create mobile app prototypes with an amazing UI editor. Designers can apply screen transitions and define touch events for each design element on the screen. The result a high quality prototype, which will work, and feel like a real app.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting HotGloo. The developer describes HotGloo as a web app that has been designed for the creation of interactive wireframes and is intended for use in web projects to help visualize planning processes, co-wireframe with team members, coordinate website contents with clients, or provide a precise framework for designers and coders. The application stands out for its intuitive design and high standard of interactivity and collaboration.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting Business Card Designer. The developer describes Business Card Designer as an online tool for creating business cards. The application allows users to save and resume projects later, import already made templates, background and symbols. Business Card Designer comes with full source code and it’s easy to install on your server all you need it’s PHP 5.2+.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting FotoKu. The developer describes FotoKu as an Indonesia-based free photo/image hosting with 10Mb max file size for each photo and 1Gb max hot linking bandwidth per month per file. If you need to share large images in high quality online, this might be a good service for you.

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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting InVision. Here’s how the developer describes InVision.

InVision allows designers to build fully-interactive, high-fidelity prototypes using the tool they know best — Photoshop. You can share your prototypes with your design team, developers, clients, and even run live usability tests with end-users. InVision will change the way you think about user experience design.

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