Early stages of a very nice web project that we're working on together with our friends @hyper design.
3 months ago
From the tiny amount that I can see, it looks great!
wow , Great !
what do you use for your wireframes?
@Kenil Bhavsar @Sunbzy @Rihan Terence @Atique Thanks, good people!
@Steven Schafer Thanks. The design that we'll upload soon enough will be bigger :)}
@Luke Curé Pen and paper first :)} Photoshop afterwards.
Looks cool, but with all those thin fonts and low contrast it might be hard to read.
i love blue
2 months ago
Hey there! Wanted to let you know we shared the shot in yesterday's Replay. Thanks for posting! http://blog.dribbble.com/post/76233543595/weekly-replay
@Susanna Baird Sweet! Thanks!
I thought wireframes are meant for brain dumps and validating ux flows and some basic positing of UI elements?..apparently they are for Dribbble, not sure why you would spend so much time on wireframes.. I spend most my time designing and validating right in the browser..
@Kori Handy You must have a whole lot of free time then :)} Bottom line is - the more time you spend on wireframing, the less time you spend on itterating the design trying to make things work. Same thing applies for development.
Yeah I wish :) I work for a start up that ships daily.. static wireframes look good in theory but in all honesty the idea changes so rapidly when I get to development and get practical with the designs. I do wireframe but not to make them look good on dribbble :)
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