I start all the time with the pen & paper. With tons of paper. :) But when i'm finished with all these drawing, i try to make some quick wireframe in photoshop - its easier to move some bits, you can quickly discuss about it with other guys or with clients and move forward.
over 1 year ago
I am about like you. First: paper and after: photoshop (sometime).
I wish I wireframed this nice.
I chicken scratch on paper then photoshop.. Your's is way nicer ;)
Gotta love when your wireframes look better than most people's final designs.
Looks good but I believe that it has too much details as a wireframe.
man, i love your wireframing style
@Frantisek Kusovsky I have a similar approach. I used to do my first round of wireframes with something like balsamiq, but I now find it much quicker and easier to do the first round of rough mockups in illustrator instead, and iteratively fill in the details.
(iPhone courtesy of @Shaun Moynihan)
over 1 year ago
those colors are cool!
I don't, but I will use this - http://popapp.in
DAT COLOR. How do you choose colors that work that well together?
Been using Antetype lately http://www.antetype.com/
I’m so glad you shared this. I always start with lots of paper as well, move into Photoshop to give the document a basic layout, then zoom right in to start tackling my favorite piece trying to get it just right.
I’m not saying this is the right way—perhaps, like you, I should move from basic sketches to basic digital shapes to see if the design holds together when zoomed out.
Sometimes I just use Moqups.
My process is:
Pen (black and light-grey) & Paper > OmniGraffle > Photoshop
I normally avoid Photoshop unless absolutely necessary.
Paper > Axure
I used to wireframe in photoshop, but it's difficult for most clients to understand what they're signing off unless they can interact with it.
This reminds me of the way I wireframe.
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about 1 year ago
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