I thought I'd share a snapshot of some of the early wireframes I created across desktop, tablet and mobile, for the Boys+Girls website I did recently. They were fairly Hi-Fi, so this helped the stakeholders get a sense of the direction for layout design, typography, and content structure. Needless to say, during the actual visual design phase, and even throughout development, they changed a bit which is normal, but were a good basis for moving forward in the site's evolution.
Since I was doing both the design and development it was easier for me to make design decisions, thus reducing the number of iterative phases, and allowing the process to be more fluid.
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