#UI #UX Wireframe #Design for #Website-Best Practice

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Introduction to Wireframe

Wire-frames are simple design presentation that show the placement of elements or data in a user interface and demonstrate the planned layout and working functionality of a project. It can be crafted on a scraps of paper or on a white board, or in a software program.

They are typically free from graphic design features like colour, typography or actual images and try to explain the following queries instead:

  • What elements will be displayed in the UI?
  • How will the elements be organized?
  • How will the interface work?
  • How does the end user interact with the application / website?

Basically Wire-frames helps to demonstrate the thoughts in sketch form and it only show the design structure and the behavior should be perform in the project.

Who Uses Wire-Frames?

Wire-frames is a visual communication method in which an unpolished development structure designed for everyone to get better understanding or ideas of development phases of the project.

  • CLIENTS
  • PROJECT MANAGER
  • DESIGNER 
  • DEVELOPERS

Above I brief you about the wire-frame and to whom it is helpful. Now the main question raise that how can we create effective work-flow structure or project development structure. Wire-frames should be structured or designed up to the mark which elaborate or explain the process or structure as per the requirement or need.

In the process of designing wire-frames, we have to take care of the few things which helps to make an effective project wire-frame and confusion free.

Wire-frame is a best way to kick-start the project and give the idea of project outcome or result.

So Enhance your knowledge on Best Practices to Create Wireframe Designs for Website

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