PowerMockup extends PowerPoint with a rich set of UI shapes for quickly sketching screens of web and desktop applications. With these shapes, you can easily create visuals of functional requirements instead of writing lengthy design documents no one wants to read. With just a few clicks, you can mock up complete user interfaces and iterate over them until all stakeholders are satisfied. As an add-in to PowerPoint, PowerMockup integrates perfectly with the Microsoft Office ecosystem, making it easy to embed screen mockups into other Office applications and simplifying the process of exchanging designs with colleagues and clients.
What's new in this version:
Version 4.2.0 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
* large collection of UI controls in the pallet * user can add their own ui controls into user defined categories within the pallet. * handles resizing complex shapes well
* Would like to see more high fidelity ui controls shipped with the product.
Every UI/UX designer should take a look at this product. The fact that it is based on PowerPoint, makes it that much easier to share your designs with stakeholders, developers and testers. In addition you are not limited to a specific UI design look and feel like balsamiq (http://www.balsamiq.com) for example. In addition you will want to look at PowerStory (http://www.power-story.com) which is a great compliment to PowerMockup. PowerStory enables the user to define UI Storyboards with use case like main flows and alternate flows, making it easier to capture and communicate your design. In addition it will generate test cases into Team foundation Server directly from your UI Storyboards defined in PowerPoint.