Really nice dude. Would love a deeper look into your process
about 1 year ago
Interesting! Kind of wireframe blueprint. Love to have look for full process :)
How do you get the perspective on the shot? 3D on PhotoShop?
These are gorgeous. I've always found it useful to keep wires at a simple stroke and subtle color usage for function mapping. Easier to print and sketch revisions in standups.
It's refreshing. Nice shot.
Thats definitely hot
Want know which tool you used to create wireframe? Omni or Photoshop?
This looks awesome, but always when i see these kind of shots i think by myself: doesn't this just make the project take longer by spending time making these?
That blue looks a bit like a solarium
Looks awesome. This should now be known as the Blueboxing method.
ish pretty! I'm pretty sure my dreams are made of this blue.
This looks really nice. Have you used this for a full project yet? Seems like it would be a little too much for a full set of blueprints.
These are f'n great. I know if I were to show a client blueprint style wireframes they would flip out and never be able to get past the blue!
while these look great I'm wondering what happens when you need to print a stack of these out for a client who still "loves the feel of paper" surprisingly enough we do that a bunch with wires. also the all over print makes it difficult to draw on top of. I'll assume and say these are digital only?
Looks interesting, Jeff. I'd be curious to see more of what you mean by the white/black elements.
Looks beautiful and I like the idea of the color coding the process but hard to tell how useful it really is with the small snapshot. Would be great to see a larger face-on version if you can publish that.
This would make a great theme for the app itself.
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