I never really got into wireframing, but I do love and value the process a lot. So now I find myself doing a lot of this type of thing lately where I'm throwing around real-ish designs with headings and little bits of text.
Kind of a weird hybrid that allows me to explore look & feel at the same time I play with what content I want on the page.
Then again, maybe this is just a byproduct of being insane.
over 3 years ago
I do this sort of thing a lot too, Frankenstein-ing parts of exiting layouts together. Works well with this bookmarklet:
Tweak something in Safari, take a screenshot, trim the screenshot in Photoshop and then place it in my mockup. Sucks when I want to change the copy though...
I find myself doing this a lot with Firebug. I'll alter stuff in the browser, pull it into Photoshop and go back and forth. It allows me to experiment without a lot of overhead.
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