When designing new apps, developers love to sketch out designs of potential new user interfaces ‘on-the-fly’, to show to their customers what their app could look like.
A company named UI Stencils just come out with a new dry erase board, to help developers design new user interfaces on-the-fly.
Called the iPad Dry Erase Board, the board matches the dimensions of the iPad (1 to 1 scale), and even comes with a 20-pixel grid to help designers properly place the elements that will end up in the apps they will design.
The board comes with two dry erase markers with eraser cap – one black, one red – to help designers sketch ideas for new apps. Note that the board will allow you to use any dry erase markers, so if black or red is not enough for you, any dry erase marker will work with the iPad Dry Erase Board.
Interestingly enough, the back of the board comes with an “iPad Interaction Key” cheat sheet, that includes physical gestures, device interactions, bars, interface, navigation and standard icons, to allow developers to quickly integrate default iOS elements into their apps.
To be able to build apps on-the-fly in front of your customers, the iPad Dry Erase Board will set you back $25.