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What is Wireframe ?

Wireframing involves creating visual blueprints or sketches of the user interface to plan and communicate the design. It typically includes basic shapes, text, and placeholders for content and functionality, without detailed visual design elements. Wireframes serve as a visual representation of the layout, structure, and functionality of a design before it is fully developed.

Why is Wireframe important?

Wireframes are created to provide a visual representation of the structure, layout, and functionality of a digital product or interface. They serve as a blueprint that helps designers, developers, and stakeholders to understand and iterate on the design concept before moving on to more detailed design stages. Wireframes facilitate communication, alignment, and validation of design ideas, and help to identify and address potential usability issues early in the design process.

How to use Wireframe ?

Use wireframing tools or software to create basic visual representations of the user interface, focusing on layout, structure, and functionality. Keep the wireframes simple and minimal, using basic shapes, text, and placeholders for content and functionality. Collaborate with stakeholders and team members to gather feedback and make revisions as needed. Use wireframes as a reference for the design process, ensuring that the final design meets the intended user experience goals.

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About Akendi

Akendi is a human experience design firm, leveraging equal parts experience research and creative design excellence. We provide strategic insights and analysis about customer and user behaviour and combine this knowledge with inspired design. The results enable organizations to improve effectiveness, engage users and provide remarkable customer experiences to their audiences.