Wireframes are storyboards for the site. These are also referred as

  • content layouts
  • page schematics

Wireframes show a certain hierarchy of information but not dictate exactly how something should be represented. These are non-design-oriented sketches showing:

  • rough navigation
  • copy layout
  • graphic allocation
  • key headers
  • video/image layout
  • elements appearing on page

Wireframes should include a representation of all major pages including:

  • all content
  • navigation
  • media
  • functional elements
  • messaging
Having a rough idea of the content is a big plus, and it is the job of the informational designer to break it down into detail.
By max macapagal Posted in Posts

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