Excel Software (www.excelsoftware.com) has announced a new Screen edition of MacA&D 4.2 with screen modeling capabilities.
You can draw screen prototypes of desktop applications, mobile apps or websites. You can click the Browse tool and bring your prototypes to life with editable fields, navigation buttons, selectable menu commands, tabbed panels, dynamic dialogs, calculations, timer controlled events, embedded video, sound, live web pages and scriptable user interactions.
The new Screen modeling capabilities are fully integrated into the Desktop and Developer editions. MacA&D support sflow charts, the full 14-diagram UML 2.2 notation for object-oriented design, structured analysis and design, data modeling, Business Process Models (BPMN 2.0), system models with simulation and real-time, multi-task design. The integrated environment includes data dictionary, requirements management, code generation, reengineering and scriptable reports.
MacA&D 4.2 runs on Mac OS X 10.7 or higher. The Screen edition is US$195 for a single user license, and $495 for a Standard edition single user license. The Desktop edition is $995 and Developer edition is $1,595. The product includes printed and PDF user guides and a library of free demonstration and training videos on the vendor website.