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Today we’re giving away two copies of a high-quality wire-framing tool for OS X, Justinmind, usually priced at $495. It allows you to easily create wireframes for web, desktop and mobile applications, and quickly generate great prototypes for HTML layouts.

If you’re a web or software developer, Justinmind can act as a really helpful tool for planning and preparing a new project.

You can create fully functional wireframes and simulate them, even testing the behaviour of passing data in/out. If you’d prefer to simply have a HTML output, then Justinmind is also capable of exporting a live, interactive HTML website wireframe.

To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment on this post, letting us know what you’d like to use Justinmind for. We’ll randomly select the winners in one week, on Friday 17th December.

Best of luck!

Winners Announced

Thanks to everyone who took part, and congratulations to the two winners, who we’ve chosen as:

  • Liam Cain
  • Jens Thomsen

Well done, and we’ll be in touch with your license code very soon!

For those who didn’t win a free license, you can apply for one if you publish a review of Justinmind Prototyper and Justinmind Usernote on your blog. Just contact [email protected] if you are interested!

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