Flurry was founded in 2005 by Daniel Scholnick, Gabriel Vanrenen, and Sean Byrnes, and currently has 17 employees according to LinkedIn. Flurry raised a total of eight funding rounds, with the first coming in March, 2007 for $3.5 million. In July, 2014 Yahoo acquired Flurry for $200 million. Yahoo and AOL Corporation eventually merged, creating Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon.
Mockflow is a wireframing tool that comes in the form of a desktop or web-based application. It’s used by marketing, development, and user experience teams to create preliminary layouts for applications and websites.
The wireframe editor utilizes a drag-and-drop interface to ad elements and build layouts. The app includes a “MockStore” where users can search from thousands of templates submitted by MockFlow’s community of users. Upon completion, wireframes can be exported in a number of formats including Word documents, PDF, PNG and HTML files.
In addition to the product’s design capabilities, MockFlow has collaboration features for teams to improve communication and streamline processes. Teams can create design boards to organize ideas and document brainstorms. They can also compare variations of designs, give feedback, store, and share files.
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Mockflow is too slow to use
UX/IA deliverables for client approval prior to design. Signoff before design is critical and Mockflow facilitates this function. It works great for one-pagers with not a lot of elements, but any substantial wireframing brings it to a screeching halt.
MockFlow comes with a number of prebuilt integrations to work collaborately and store projects in the cloud. MockFlow’s native third-party integrations include: G Suite, Google Drive, Google Docs, Slack, Trello, Confluence, JIRA, Office 365.