Wireframes are like an engineer’s blueprint or an architect’s drawings. They act as the glue that holds the product, technical, design, and management teams together by being a visual focus point for discussions.
During the development of a site wireframes allow us to make mistakes and to test, learn, and improve. Wireframes or prototypes are designed early in the project, when changes are relatively inexpensive and quick to deploy.
The benefits of wireframe design
- Allows us to explore, test, and iterate design ideas
- A good communication tool to validate our ideas with clients
- Helps clients rethink their approach on a more strategic level
- Client will see roughly what the site will look like and get a feel for initial navigation
What you will discover?
You’ll be able to get a quick overview and visual understanding of how other content and functionality are presented.
How is it done?
We create wireframes in some form every time we work on a design project. Before we start wireframing we consider information gathered on from previous research and combine it with a clear understanding of your users goals/needs as well as the business goals of the project. Wireframes ensure that both the site and site user’s needs are met by the finished product.
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