QuickFocus Announces 30-day Trials, Element Categories and New Features

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QuickFocus announces several new changes to its SnapUp wire framing tool. This amazing tool allows users to move their design processes from an offline status to online quickly and easily.

Andrew Micallef, the Product Manager at QuickFocus, has announced several new changes to product offerings for clients and those who are interested in trying the company’s SnapUp wireframing tool with any of SnapUp’s premium plans.

SnapUp by QuickFocus, released earlier this year, is a new mock-up and wireframe tool that allows users to move their design processes from an offline status to online quickly and easily. The tool was designed for maximum built-in collaboration, speed and convenience. Project managers and designers alike have already dispensed rave reviews of the tool, stating it makes the wireframing process slimmer, smarter, easier and quicker than other mockup tools they have tried. Daniel Parascandalo, a UX Designer, said, “SnapUp is a game changer in the wireframing tool market. It’s packed with time-saving features that will literally help you get your project going ‘in a snap.’”

One of the most anticipated offerings is a free 30-day trial of the tool. QuickFocus is offering the trial with no risk, no obligations, and there is also no credit card required to sign up for it. In an ever-present pursuit to provide a better user experience for QuickFocus’ online wireframe tool, the team has pinpointed several additional offerings and features it’s excited to offer to clients.

In addition to addressing bug fixes, the team has diligently prepared and released several improvements to the online wireframe tool. Layering functions (sending backwards and forwards) have been introduced, and QuickFocus has begun to also include mobile elements. The popular and essential toolbox has been reorganized to help users navigate through the list of elements easily and quickly. Users simply create physical mockups using cutout elements, upload photos to SnapUp, test and optimize, and auto generate required documentation.

QuickFocus has removed Teams so it is easier for users to share their projects with other users. All that is necessary to do so now is to click on the “share” icon and enter the email address of the person or people that will gain access to the projects. This will send an invitation to one person or several people, all at the same time. These new features join an already-impressive set of offerings available for SnapUp users that includes reusable master elements, image recognition of physical mockups, fully-functional HTML prototypes, cloud-based back-up, a free download of the QuickFocus Physical Cut-Out Elements booklet, and more.

Combining the power of team collaboration with the convenience of working on digitized versions in a seamless process, the online mockup tool is already making quite an impression in the Web design industry.

For more information on QuickFocus, SnapUp, the 30-day free trial and all the new features available for users, visit http://www.QuickFocus.com.

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