App Sketcher License Giveaway

We’re delighted to tell you that we’ve got a few App Sketcher licenses to give away to our readers.  These licenses are each worth $79 which amazingly also includes updates for life.  Can’t say fairer than that.

To make it a bit more interesting, though, we’d like to turn it into a little bit of a competition.  Simply visit the App Sketcher website, have a good look around and then come back here and suggest a catchy slogan.  We’ll leave it up to Feng at Appwork to decide which ones he likes the best, and the lucky winners will receive their licenses.

If you haven’t already read it, please also check out our review of App Sketcher to get a flavour of just how useful a tool it is.

Update 13th July: this competition is now closed, and the lucky winners have now been notified.  I still reckon you want to check out App Sketcher even if you weren’t selected as a winner as it’s a great tool.

About John Clark

My name is John Clark and I previously ran a software house called Reynard Thomson, from which this blog originally grew. In the meantime, we launched a video-based user testing service (Kupima) which didn't really take off, and I have since moved into a new field specialising on software-based research & development consultancy. I'm active on LinkedIn, and would love to connect to anyone who has an interest in software prototyping or R&D:
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7 Responses to App Sketcher License Giveaway

  1. Ari Feldman says:

    Slogan: “Realize not just visualize.”

  2. ChrisC says:

    Here’s my suggestion – “Your design, delivered.”

  3. sulfide says:

    sketch dreams. build reality.

  4. kelly says:

    “Transforming concepts into requirements”

  5. Ian Garmaise says:

    Painless prototyping

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