Part of a UX designer’s job is to create wireframes before they go through the work of designing the final product. Essentially, a wireframe provides structure for your navigation, a layout for hierarchy, how the content will be placed, and the functionality of the product.
In our last post, Allovus Senior UX Designer Steve Godfrey talked about the importance of thumbnails and sketches. (See Thumbnails, Sketches, and Process.)
Now that you know why wireframes and thumbnails are an important step in the design process, learn how some designers create their sketches. Take a look at these videos for more tips.
Wireframing for UX: What it is and how to get better at it
Tips on Sketching Your Wireframes
The What, Why & How of Wireframing