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Google Pixel Mockup
Uses of Google Pixel Mockups
A Google Pixel mockup provides a realistic smartphone shape you can use to design apps and mobile websites. Throughout the design process, wireframes are essential for defining the app layout, visual features, and user journeys.
While you might have an idea about what your app should do, a mockup makes it easy to visualize how each page will look and how users will interact with it. Using a mockup could come in handy when:
- Aligning UI and UX design
- Visualizing the conversion paths
- Determining interface functionalities
- Planning the information architecture
- Communicating design goals to stakeholders
With Cacoo, you can customize the Google Pixel Mockup with content placeholders, menus, buttons, and more to start bringing your next app creation to life!
How to create your own Google Pixel Mockup
Open the Google Pixel Mockup in Cacoo.
If necessary, duplicate the diagram and lay out as many screens as needed to wireframe the main pages of the app.
Use the shapes and icons in Cacoo to develop the layout. Depending on the type of app, you’ll need placeholders for images, login boxes, menus, and text. You can also include simple text descriptions where appropriate to show the purpose of each page.
Align the user navigation by using arrows to show how one page interaction connects to another.