A wise man once said to me, "You're not designing until you've wired". It stuck. Also, working in greyscale for wires is great.
12 months ago
Very cool, bumped to see where it ends up. Is this in photoshop?
Yeah, although I wish to heck I'd done it in illustrator which is what I usually use for wire-framing. :)
by Gavin Elliott
After creating the greyscale wireframe I found a bit of time to start working on the design. As you can see it follows the wireframe quite closely.
11 months ago
Always love to frame stuff first, generally I find myself armed with a pen and paper for early revisions.
One thing I always find pretty key though is to use copy right from the off, it doesn't need to be the works of Shakespeare but without some guide copy the page has no flow or narrative, which is what the structure is there to present.
11 months ago
@Robert Rawlins Absolutely, the blocks I use, I know which ones are going to be text which helps me. This actual design went from pen and paper to Photoshop and then designed. I could have probably just done Pen & Paper to Design. :)
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