Wireframing

Wireframes are the backbone of any successful product.

Wireframes are a general two-dimensional illustration of a page's interface that focuses on space allocation and prioritises the location of content, functionalities and intended behaviours. Wireframes typically do not include any styling, colours or graphics and are used to provide a blueprint for our designers to work from.

Wireframes act as a blueprint for all future development on that product and can be used to show clients what their digital product will look like before anything has been developed. 

As an integral aspect of any design phase, wireframes help our designers and web developers understand the functionality of any digital products we build.

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Why do we use wireframes?

We use wireframes for websites, apps and mobile interfaces to communicate ideas. It's an integral aspect of any design phase and helps our designers and web developers understand the functionality of any digital products we build.

Adapting a wireframe is much simpler than changing a concept design if adjustments are needed. A wireframe format makes it easier to review and amend any 'key pages'. Wireframing tools allow our clients and design team to ensure that 'key pages' cater to user needs whilst also meeting key business and project objectives.

Wireframes are an essential part of any design process. It allows our team to collaboratively communicate ideas with each other, as well as with our clients, so nothing is built until everyone is on the same page.

A well-designed wireframe will also make it easier to understand how interfaces will function. We can also determine what content is needed to be included in the product.

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