We've pretty much made it a habit of combining high fidelity wireframe prototypes with ux journeys and page flows. Seems to be the best way to communicate two tings work in a single shot. We are curious about what you think about this process.
3 months ago
I think it's an excellent direction to take. I've made a similar process of my own that incorporates wireframes with flowchart, but I love the level of detail that you've used in this. Everything is so clear and probably the most fleshed out representation of the final product without actually having the final product in front of you. Great work.
@Kevin Hamil Thanks so much your feedback! We're happy to see we're not the only ones going the extra mile to provide clarity in this part of the process. The way we see it is we can either spend 2 hours extra on consolidating this info or spend 6 hours in meetings explaining it to the client ;)
This approach not only seems to kill two birds with one stone but also it looks pretty awesome too boot. Trouble is with the combined process you're undertaking is it more/less work to maintain/update/produce? Guess what I'm trying to say is are they worth the extra time to work up?
Ah shit! who cares when they look this good. Nice work.
Thanks for the kind words @Andrew Edwards. So far our clients follow up questions and need for clarification have been reduced due to this process so we are pretty keen on it. It also helps get all our engineers and devs on the same page and getting away with having a very streamlined requirements specifications documentation process.
Sounds like a winner all round then! V.soothing colour palette. may.....have......to........borrow.........it..........;-)
Great work, I'm trying to break my habit of designing 1st and explaining later. Could you point out what software you use to wireframe? Thanks.
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