Got an exam tomorrow and I need to have some tool to make some quick wireframes. Currently, I am using a Sketch Wireframe kit but I'm afraid it's going to take a little bit to long. Which others are there that I can use? (No paper wireframing)
I found Balsamiq to be quite good. Used it once last week and it's all quite handy and quick to get around.
I use sketch for my wireframing - curious why you find it slow?
Lucas- here's what I'm currently using for my wireframing process. Full disclosure, I work at InVision, so obviously potentially biased a here ;). But honestly for the speed, simplicity, level of polish (still has that lo-fi look), and portability (just shoot out a link to stakeholders) its been a game changer for me. I've used full blown design tools, 'on rails' mockup tools, etc in the past for wires and for me I just want something simple, quick, and portable that lets me capture and share my idea. Your mileage may very but offering in case helpful. Let us know how it goes. Best of luck on the exam!
UX Tools might help you make the choice.
Mockflow is one, Omnigraffle is another...