Tag Archives: wireframe
You know that saying about waiting for ages for a bus to arrive and then three turn up at the same time? Well, something similar seems to be happening in the world of online wireframing. Recently we were very impressed … Continue reading
Over the past couple of months I have received a few messages asking for real-world examples of wireframing and prototyping in action. The difficulty has always been that much of this activity never really sees the light of day – … Continue reading
Some of you might find this useful – it’s a collection of useful templates and resources that you can use for your prototypes. Here’s a link – and thanks to SpeckyBoy design magazine for putting this together.
Building great software is a tricky business. Not only has the idea got to be good, the implementation of that idea must also deliver. People are no longer satisfied with ordinary, basic-looking websites and applications; they’ve come to expect more … Continue reading
PowerPoint is the wrong kind of tool to use for any prototyping, akin to using a hammer to affix screws to a cabinet. Save yourself a lot of frustration, and don’t compromise the effectiveness of your software prototyping efforts by wasting your time with PowerPoint…
We often talk about wireframe prototyping and rich, interactive prototyping, which are both powerful techniques for getting conceptual designs into a form that can be explored and expanded. This article tries to help by suggesting where either approach might work best… Continue reading