You’re reading the last of three articles in the Fuzzy Math design series on wireframe basics. These articles talk about wireframe fundamentals: how to read, evaluate, and design wireframes effectively.

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Last up in our wireframe series this week is how to design wireframes. With so many great articles out there on the subject of effectively designing wireframes, the team at Fuzzy Math thought it was time to throw our hat into the ring with a few guidelines for effectively creating wireframes.

Creating a wireframe

The final piece of the puzzle, well designed wireframes ensure clients and stakeholders can understand what is going on, and provide great feedback. Just like great feedback keeps the design process moving, a well designed wireframe gets the design process off on the right foot. Below are a few of the main areas to keep in mind when designing wireframes:

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How to design a wireframe

 

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