So after the extremely amazing reception that I received off you guys with these wireframes it's time that I say thanks for all the love. The amount of people that requested the psd was surprising and overwhelming and as I promised you can download them here.
I'd like to hear what what you guys think of them and getting some feedback of how to improve them would be awesome. It would also be cool to see what you guys do with them. You can catch me on twitter for this as well.
Terms are obvious, don't sell, rent in existing or modified form - attribution isn't necessary but would be much appreciated.
9 months ago
That animation is so smooth.
Thx for sharing :) have a nice evening.
@Chris Bannister Great as always! Thanks for sharing ;)
Thank you very much! Incredible GIF & PSD - waiting for it was really worth it!
Wow thanks Chris! Can't wait to give these a try!
Checking these out now! Thank you, Chris.
Dominate! Thanks a ton.
Awesome, I will definitely try and make some use out of this.
Why are you calling it a responsive wireframe? How is the .psd responsive?
@Nick Chamberlin There are wireframes for pad and mobile inside the .psd.
i love your work is close to mine. ++++
@Jonathan Averstedt I don't think it's called responsive if you just include a tablet, phone, and desktop version, maybe i'm wrong but responsive means it responds to the width of the screen, which a .psd can't do. So it would just be a tablet desktop and phone wireframe.
@Ari @Oleg Stirbu @Olia Gozha @Dennis Weinhardt @Joel Reid @Christopher Denais @Eshwar Emilio Cassanese @Jonathan Averstedt Thanks very much for the comments guys it's much appreciated, and your all welcome.
@Ryan Murphy Awesome comment, new favourite song.
@Charles Patterson Sweet word, I'll be stealing that – and thanks.
@Ian Baldwin @Ryan Belisle hope you enjoy, let me know how you get on.
@Nick Chamberlin When designing a responsive site I myself and the majority of designers I know wireframe to the most common breakpoints, defining how the content will react to the browsers size. The most common and prominent major breakpoints being desktop, tablet and mobile – nailing these in the early stages of wire framing makes the design process a lot clearer and more structured.
@Chris Bannister I can live with that ;)
this is great Chris, thank you for sharing!
@Cat Smith @⚡ marcelo Pérez @Avinash Tripathi Thanks very much guys.
@Chris Bannister Thanks very much for the freebie. Great work!
8 months ago
that animation is genius.
I featured it here http://dajzafree.net/2013/04/responsive-wireframes/
@Daniel Klopper @Victor Coulon @Djordje Vanjek Thanks very much guys, appreciate it. Hope you enjoy them.
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