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1⃣ Is wireframing going to make you a better designer?
Wireframing is an essential step in the creative process. We do it all the time to sketch out website concepts and mobile app screens to get a feel for how the user might move through the site or application.
-Wireframes bring clarity to your projects, allowing you to work through all the interactions and layout needs.
-Wireframes can make it easier for you to communicate your ideas to your team and how your design would work with responsiveness in mind.
-Wireframes can also help deliver the core message of your website more effectively and gather feedback at an early stage.
2⃣ Do wireframes need to be done on paper, or can you use the software?
🎨Paper Wireframing is used to generate as many ideas as possible and iterate towards the best possible solution. It’s the first step in moving ideas from your brain into something more concrete so you can start to manipulate and improve your original concepts.
Paper wireframing doesn't need to be perfect, its about sketches and ideas.
👨🏽💻Digital wireframing is simply way faster and offers a lot of things that take a lot of time on paper since it is a digital tool there are design limitations within the tool. So the right answer to that question is up to you.
❓Do you have any questions? Let me know in the comments below.