Director is great for software mockups. You can either design
in an external
program like photoshop and bring in the graphics and
rollovers, or set up
some of the elements with the basic tools in Director.
There's a behavior
library which quickly allows you to drop in functionality
and simple branching to other screens.
There's lots of info on how to do this, but it would be the
same as saying
"get any good book on the basics" of Director and go through
at least the
first part, and see how to drop in graphics, then put them on
As far as other approaches, there is other multimedia
software like Flash or
Auphorware that could be used to make mockups, but as someone
who knows all
3, I would reccomend Director. Either way you need an easy
way to drop in
your layout and see how things look (or show your client).
Between using the
score, markers and a few navigation behaviours, you can do
"MaxYaffe" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in
> Can Director be used for creating software mockups? Is
there any info on
> how to do this?
> Alternatively, can anyone suggest another approach for