July 9, 2014 / Melissa Faudree


WebZap is a Photoshop plugin that allows for creating fast web page mockups and wireframes. WebZap costs $19 for an individual or $99 for 10 users. Users must have Adobe Photoshop CS5 or higher. WebZap functions with both Mac and Windows.

Features of WebZap:

  • Web Text Layouts
  • Have the ability to style text layers
  • Create user interface elements—no kits needed
  • Preview option to show clients




SpecKing is a Photoshop plugin that measures any aspect of your working PSD file or flat file that will be implemented into a website. SpecKing saves you time and generates specs and annotations. SpecKing for an individual license costs $19 but for 10 users is $149. Also SpecKing is compatible with Adobe Photoshop CS5 or higher.

What SpecKing measures?

  • Size: Width & Height
  • Distance of margins and padding
  • Typography
  • Color specifications (with free labels)
  • Control settings



Divine Elemente
Divine Elemente converts PSD files into WordPress themes. This plugin is fast and doesn’t require any coding to convert the files. Divine Elemente has templates that users can alter or can create their own template. There is a free unlimited trial or users can purchase the plugin that offers more for $199.99. Currently Divine Element is only available for Windows.




DevRocket is a Photoshop plugin that allows UI designers to speed up their iOS workflow. Some of the features of DevRocket include: instant view templates, smart icon workflow, quick previews, refill support, one click export, and has Xcode in mind. DevRocket is $19 for users and is available for both Windows and Mac.



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