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I'm looking for a free or commercial software for Os X to create mockups for websites. Any suggestion?

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Balsamiq Mockups is a good one, fairly cheap and very good - http://balsamiq.com/

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    The only downside of this app is, it is based on Adobe AIR. Sometime it gets your nerve (Like blocking the shutdown sequence). Otherwise, quite a neat mockup tool! – Prakash Jul 22 '11 at 13:31
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You can do all sorts of fun things with Omnigraffle as well. And if you're looking for a way to make easy wireframes of current websites, you might do worse than checking out Wirify. Good luck!

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WireframeSketcher is a cross-platform rapid wireframing tool.

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For mocking up websites I swear by Adobe Fireworks, it might be overkill, but the abilty to have a library of buttons etc and set a master page that carries elements to all the other pages, so headers/footers etc only need to be changed once.

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Check out frame box—a "lightweight online tool for creating mockups."

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Depending on the definition of "mockup", you might be interested in DENIM.

DENIM is a system that helps web site designers in the early stages of design. DENIM supports sketching input, allows design at different refinement levels, and unifies the levels through zooming.

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Just In Mind is probably one of the most extensive commercial website mockup apps, and Mockingbird is a fairly lightweight online mockup tool.

If you use Firefox 3, take a look at Pencil, a free wireframe sketching add-on. A version for Firefox 4 is available here, but I haven't tried it.

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You may try SwordSoft Layout. It also available on the App Store

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