Wireframes, mockups, you name it: if you’re a designer, you know what they are.
They are these ghastly but pretty in their simplicity and grayness images that are used to form a framework on which your design is built.
Wireframes are the first stepping stone of a good design, because since they’re so flexible they allow a myriad of changes without real cost.
So, wireframes are fun. But doing them in Photoshop is not always fun! I’m looking for an application (preferrably a Mac one, but a good Windows one will do too) which exists exclusively for this kind of work. It doesn’t need to be fancy, just pleasant to use and effective.
Photoshop is my bread ‘n’ butter, it pays the bills, but it’s not the easiest tool of the trade for wireframing.
Any other suggestions by fellow web designers?