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Define wireframes based on the sitemap

Define wireframes based on the sitemap: OmniGraffle 6 for UX Design
Define wireframes based on the sitemap: OmniGraffle 6 for UX Design

The sitemap that was previously built with omnigraffle is going to be useful to define what wireframes are needed for a site. In general, each type of page, also called a template, needs its own wireframe. Looking at the site map, perhaps printing it out and marking it up will indicate when wireframes are needed. There is no need to wireframe every page, just every type of page. There may be many content pages with different content, but only one content wireframe needed.

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Prototyping Web User Experience Wireframing OmniGraffle

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