How do we approach wireframes?
Guided by insights from customer interviews and customer workshops, our UX design process begins by outlining user flows aligned with your business goals. We utilise or establish a design system to support an efficient and re-usable work process, initially focusing on mobile-friendly, low-fi sketches before creating wireframes for your input.
Why do we create wireframes?
Wireframes play a crucial role in establishing the fundamental structure of a digital interface. By mapping out content placement and functionality, they provide a clear framework for the design process. This method allows for early collaboration and ensures that key elements are strategically placed for optimal user interaction.
When do we create wireframes?
Wireframes are employed at the outset of the design process, serving as a critical step in defining the user interface. They act as a visual guide for designers, developers and stakeholders, facilitating effective communication and ensuring that the final design aligns with the project's objectives.