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What makes a good wireframe? Why are some wireframes effective and others not? Turns out getting wireframes right is much more complex than it appears.
Wireframes reflect the infrastructure of the product, regulate the navigation and the hierarchy between different functional parts of the product. They also help address the problems with all of these early.
Wireframing is an essential skill for UX Designers and other experience design participants. Yes, wireframing is a skill, not just a technique. It can be done well or poorly and the result can have a huge impact on the outcome of the final product.
Use these 10 best practices to free your wireframes from mediocrity and get on with designing amazing experiences.
A wireframe is a two-dimensional illustration of a page’s interface that specifically focuses on space allocation and prioritization of content, functionalities available, and intended behaviors.
Our Beginner’s Guide series is designed to help those who are just starting to learn about user experience, or those who want to brush up on the basics. In this part, we take a look at wireframes.