Hot Gloo: web-based wireframing for information architects

Posted on August 11, 2009. Filed under: Tech News | Tags: , , |

By Jay Hathaway, Downloadsquad


Hot Gloo is an online wireframing tool designed with information architects in mind. The heart of the app is a palette of the main site elements IAs use in wireframes every day. The elements can be easily positioned and resized by dragged, making Hot Gloo a cinch to use. Throw in the ability to share your designs with clients via the web, and this app could the wireframer’s new best friend.

You can add multiple users for collaboration, too, either as editors or reviewers. The ability to add comments to any part of your work helps you explain things to clients effectively. The full featureset will be active During Hot Gloo’s fee beta period, with one exception: you only get 3 projects and 5 people. This should be enough to get a feel for the app before it’s completely finished, but the sharing limit means Hot Gloo is not the kind of beta product you can immediately start using professionally.

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