Working up some wireframes for my pal @Nicholas L. Eby
over 1 year ago
Don't bother with wires and stuff, here's how I work with him. He's used to it :)
is it AI?
@Kerem Suer AAHAHAHAHARR! ;)
@Giorgio Pia no, its FW
Dude, great works. Looks like a lot of thought went into this. Do you use a specific wireframe kit I'm not aware of? :)
them wires look clean mate!
lawl @Kerem Suer
@Kerem Suer did you just say forget about wireframe? I thought that was your thing.
I'm a sucker for the clean design behind a clean design. Looks good.
@Jason Wu it still is my thing, not with @Nicholas L. Eby :)
@kerem I hate you.
and submits the app without a launch screen.
The conversation happening is one of the reasons I liked this shot :)
How long do you usually take to do wireframes @Anthony Lagoon?
@Charles Riccardi I know right! lol
Honestly, I try to bypass wireframes if I already have a design pattern library. (assuming the interaction is fairly straight-forward) But it really depends on the complexity of the project. This one is an annoying beast. ;)
wow! i wish i followed this too! :P
It would be great to see the whole flow, barring that its not under NDA. I'm always interested in how other people wireframe and annotate.
@Pin-Bo Tsai I hear you. Maybe after this new feature/flow is live I'll post a rebound.
But to give a hint, its built in FW with hot-links to pages in a high fidelity prototype in InVisionapp.com, as well as links to short videos of example animations & transitions.
Then I export to PDF so the team can view and interact with the links.
I love it when people post flows like this, it's nice seeing the process of interaction. But if we bypass wireframes, it usually means that there is a white board somewhere full of rough sketches at least :P
Adobe Fireworks for the win!
Who doesn't love a solid wireframe?
@Anthony Lagoon - You mentioned using InVisionapp to create prototypes. Do you have any other suggestions on easy/great wireframe tools and clickable prototypes? (I see you also mentioned FW) Any insights would be appreciated!
@Ryan Wheaton Yeah, I'd say InVisionapp is at the top of the list for quick stuff. I really haven't found anything better than that for quick prototypes. I know you can also use http://www.axure.com but its costly, and from what I've seen, is complicated enough that I'd probably just create HTML prototypes. Plus, in creating HTML prototypes, you escape some of the tangled mess of links that can sometime happen with invisionapp. Hope this is helpful :)
@Anthony Lagoon Yes :) Thanks man. I have looked at InVisionapp and it looks cool. I just started playing with wireframe apps as opposed to doing it all in AI. I came across Pencil, which is a plugin for FireFox. It makes things super quick, easy and look good. (although doesn't have interactive elements I don't think)
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