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What is a wireframe?

What is a wireframe?: OmniGraffle 6 for UX Design
What is a wireframe?: OmniGraffle 6 for UX Design

A wireframe is a user experience design document that comes after the sitemap in the UX process. The purpose of a wireframe is to layout what objects are needed on each type of page in a site and where the will go. Wireframes are related to but separate from visual design. Wireframes should use simple representational visuals. Real photos, graphics, fonts, and colors should not be used. Rather, placement, special relationships and hierarchy should be emphasized.

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CAD Prototyping Web User Experience Wireframing OmniGraffle

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