Egnyte_4

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  1. Braden Kowitz Braden Kowitz

    Often times wireframes are looked down on as a deliverable for designers who don't have good visual skills. I think that's nonsense. Even if you're an expert visual designer, operating at a lower level of fidelity can save you tons of time (and avoid turd-polishing).

    This is an example of what we call a "High-Def" or HD wireframe. Everything is still in grayscale and helvetica. But the layout, selection states, contrast, basic icons, and grid are all in place.

    I love working at this level of fidelity because you discover problems that you wouldn't see in low-fi wireframes, and you can absolutely turn it into a prototype for a user study.

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    3 months ago

  2. Sean Fallon Sean Fallon

    @Braden Kowitz I definitely agree. I tend to work the same in a HD setting when it comes to wire framing. I mean, consider the fact that it truly is to better the User Experience. Why not produce in this type of a wire framing solution?

    Epic stuff. :)

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    3 months ago

  3. Kyle Mitchell Kyle Mitchell

    At this point, all of my wireframes are created like this, and generally made into prototypes prior to me polishing them up.

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    3 months ago

  4. Vlad Drimbau Vlad Drimbau

    Really loving it, being closer to the real thing makes sense if you are planing to turn it into a prototype and test it. With what wireframing tool was this made?

    3 months ago

  5. Braden Kowitz Braden Kowitz

    This was made with Fireworks. One of these days I'll have to give it up and upgrade.

    3 months ago

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