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Sketch and Design Screens

Rapidly put together UIs using interactive controls, text, images, shapes, etc. to try out ideas. Indigo Studio leverages Infragistics controls where applicable, with appropriate styling based on platform theme, and adds many of the more fundamental controls. Capitalizing on ease of use, you can edit properties in place—on the element itself, minimizing property panel usage. Indigo Studio's screen elements give you interactivity out of the box – something you won’t get with most other screen designers.

Design Different Levels of Visual Fidelity

You can design different levels of visual fidelity/polish.

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Import Your Balsamiq® Mockups

Simply copy and paste your designs from Balsamiq into Indigo to quickly make rich, interactive UIs based on your preexisting designs.

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Lay Out Well-Aligned UIs

Call out alignment snapping guides are an out of the box feature that make laying out well-aligned UIs super easy.

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Configuration & Property Editing

Indigo Studio offers a configuration & property editing experience that allows you to edit in place.

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Toolbox

Use the Toolbox to see and drag on Screen elements. You can also use the Alt+Drag or Alt+Click combinations to add screen elements.

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Elements & Layers Panel

You can use the Elements & Layers panel to see Screen element outlines, select, show/hide, lock/unlock, and adjust layering by drag and drop.

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