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I'm trying to make wireframes to look more natural than conventional ones on my new project "Nikforoosh App"
Check it up on Figma: https://www.figma.com/proto/dZxLXmrZyousrtKSaA5Dpq/Nikforoush-Android-Wireframe-v1.0?node-id=1%3A29&scaling=contain
1. I used Adobe XD which is very handy and fast (a happy user) and also it integrates smoothly with other Adobe products, so it sped up this process for me 10x.
2. I think designing near to final design in mockups tends to have better results and satisfaction.
What do you think? What do you do in your wireframes?