A wireframe pertains to the basic layout structure and navigational scheme of a page and the major website components. It’s also called the blueprint, skeleton, or outline.
Wireframing tools are used to create rudimentary layouts for websites and applications. Developers use them to plan their user interface and test different options. If you’ve ever sketched out a website site design on graph paper or even a napkin, you’ve done some wireframing. If you’ve seen layouts using rectangles with big Xs through them, you’ve […]
Digital prototyping is a popular activity for creating simple interface mockups. The UI design process starts with an idea which is then fleshed out into a mockup. But most of the time the initial mockup(s) will be styled in low-fidelity wireframes which are then improved through color and texture. The following mobile apps are perfect […]
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Sketching is one of the many ways humans have adapted to, to express and expand on ideas. A sketch is more like bringing an idea to a three dimensional view rather than imagining it in the head, which causes our idea to evolve over time as we forget certain elements of our ideas, and replace […]