Rocket UI a Web Application for Creating HTML 5 Content With No Coding Launches Beta

Seattle, WA (PressExposure) February 13, 2012 -- First 1,000 Users To Join Rocket UI Gets Free Account

Rocket UI allows anyone to create interactive navigation, prototypes, content and more with no coding. After you've created your interactive content, you can easily embed it into your webpage by copying and pasting one line of html. It's exactly like embedding a YouTube video. After your interactive content is embedded, it just works. Our embedded widgets work on all modern browsers, smart phones and tablets.

Rocket UI was designed with designers in mind. There is no coding involved in creating interactive content, allowing designers to spend more time designing and less time learning how to code. With the Beta launch, the first 1,000 users to join Rocket UI ( gets a free account.

Rocket UI is a web application which works on all operating systems with internet access and a web browser. There is nothing to install or update. Because it's a web application, all upgrades and fixes are automatic.

In May of 2010, Sung Park (designer) and Sam Wan (developer) started a bootstrap startup after winning "Most Likely to Make a Million Bucks" and "Overall Best Startup" at Startup Weekend Seattle May 9th, 2010. After working on a mobile startup for some months, they found the process of how designers and developers work could be improved upon. From that experience came the first version of Rocket UI.

Since then, Rocket UI has evolved into a simple web application allowing designers to create their designs without having to code. Rocket UI launched its beta on January 11th, 2012. Go to to see examples of interactive content created using Rocket UI, and sign up for a free account.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with the two founders of Rocket UI please contact Sung Park at

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