If you watch today's Fedora Design team call , you'll hear and see a
little discussion of a new open source UI wireframing and prototyping
tool called PenPot. It's created by the folks who make Taiga, which is a
tool we've used in Fedora before. It is a hosted, browser-based app that
runs great in Fedora, and you can check it out here:
I am trying out this tool to wireframe the redesign for the main Fedora
website and create formal brand guidelines for the new Fedora logo. I
set up a Fedora Design team on the main server at penpot.app. If you
would like to join this team, let me know :)
Note this tool isn't meant to replace our usage of Inkscape, especially
for illustrations, logo designs, print layouts, etc. But it is a very
well-designed tool for UI mockups so I personally will be testing it out
more for Fedora UI mockups.
Let me know what you think!
Thanks for the information about this tool.
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