The importance of wire framing
Wire framing is a method implemented by UX designers for defining and planning the information hierarchy of their design for a website, app, or product.
This method pay particular attention to designer and the client and how the intend to process information on a website based on user research.
Whether you are designing a large or a small website, wireframes are the elementary basis to which your design process should start.
In most cases, wire framing starts immediately after the site map has been agreed and before the creative design production starts.
Wireframes should come with simple black and white sketches, either drawn by hand or generated by a computer including page elements, features, conversion areas and menus.
Much color and graphical images shouldn’t be too much because it can distract from the functional layout.
Wireframes makes it easy for users to visualize journeys making sure every step of navigation are accounted for ahead of the design and also making it easy to interpret right from the beginning.
Wire framing the elements and deliverables for a web site can help a client understand the more technical features such as filtering, widgets or query.
User experience is an elementary reason for wire framing. Sketching out key pages to test layouts, meet objectives and to plan call to actions helps understand the user’s perspective.
A wireframe distinctly shows if the design can fill up managed content which will change over time.
Instead of mocking up a full design with finished details such as site furniture, styles and brand and imagery, wireframes help break the design process into simpler ones.
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