from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A usually full-sized scale model of a structure, used for demonstration, study, or testing.
- n. A layout of printed matter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A prototype, usually low-fidelity, such as paper illustrations, screenshots, or simple configurations of screens with limited interaction.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Richard Branson gives the SpaceShipTwo cabin mockup two thumbs up after a press conference where the cabin model was unveiled.
Such pieces include fabric experiments by fashion designers, Rodarte, as well as film title mockup sketches and presentation boards from the 60s by Pablo Ferro.
As has been noted already, one of the more suspicious things about both the wild shot and the mockup is the clear lack of a power button.
A key part of the mockup is the video in the middle of the page.
I feel so sorry for you. but nobody has any evidence that i'm wrong - and i showed evidence they would hardly need a "mockup" of a new ribbon
Sounds like I was kind of educated to be in the middle and c ... beparadigmMichael, Most designers are print and web "mockup" designers.
PS: i kinda wish the RSS area in the mockup were a bit wider, then everyone could have seen Sebastiaan's (Cocoia) entire tweet, that would have been fun:)
To promote Archie #608, out April 21, Archie Comics has released this Rolling Stone magazine cover mockup (click for large size) hinting at the romance story between Archie and Valerie.
Its a concept, it hasent actually been made, except in maybe a mockup or fake form.
I know that it is just a mockup, and that no stops have been considered yet, but the map above shows 11 stops.
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