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Storyboard 7.0 now available: New features for sophisticated UX on low-power devices

By Scott Snider on Feb 24, 2021 10:00:00 PM

If you’re developing, testing, or optimizing embedded products today then you know that customer success starts with an amazing user experience. UX that performs and UX that sells are the pillars upon which our latest release was built, and the items below are what you can expect from Storyboard 7.0. 


To get an in-depth look at all the features, watch this on-demand webinar:


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Creating sophisticated GUIs for microcontrollers using NXP MCUXpresso

By Scott Snider on Feb 10, 2021 1:15:35 PM

Today’s IoT and industrial device markets are changing the way we build graphical user interfaces (GUI). As users demand richer and more featured-packed experiences, embedded development teams are looking for new ways to deliver value on platforms that are both power efficient and connected.

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Tips for importing Photoshop embedded GUI design files into Crank Storyboard

By Roy Sarkar on Feb 3, 2021 9:00:00 AM

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Improving development efficiency with the Storyboard embedded GUI framework

By Scott Snider on Jan 27, 2021 1:01:05 PM

Most embedded systems companies invest heavily in software development, and spend a lot of time on optimizing their productivity. While software leaders can offer different ways to measure and improve development efficiency, such as velocity, bug fix rate, and number of pull requests, these typically focus on the developers themselves.

For embedded GUI teams, taking a broader lens to include the whole team is a must.

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Does Storyboard support Sketch?

By Scott Snider on Jan 20, 2021 1:10:49 PM

Crank Storyboard is purpose-built to remove barriers between developers and designers working together on embedded GUI products. While Adobe Photoshop was the designers’ tool of choice for many years, Sketch has seen a growing rise in popularity and, naturally, we get many questions around how we support it.

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