Wireframing is an important step in any screen design process. It primarily allows you to define the information hierarchy of your design, making it easier for you to plan the layout according to how you want your user to process the information.
At a deeper level, a wireframe is also very useful in determining how the user interacts with the interface.
Wireframing is important because it allows the designer to plan the layout and interaction of an interface without being distracted by colors, typeface choices or even copy.
Like the foundation of a building, it has to be fundamentally strong before you decide whether to give it an expensive coat of paint.
I make sure I really understand what you (and your customers) actually want. This process is called “scoping” and is a critical element in the success of any web project.
During my experience, I have developed a design process that produces websites aligned to both your business needs, and those of your customers.
I will submit a proposal for exactly what I am going to do for you.
Front and backend developer.
Look and feel – Aesthetic design that uses right balance of colour, graphic inserts, space and content.
I ensure rapid download of websites, easy navigation for user experience and developed web solutions reflecting corporate image and its online presence.
As I work for you I gather your feedback to refine and incorporate any new ideas into the process.
I can work in close co-ordination with your team members and meet clients on behalf of your company.
Developing the system in this manner ensures a superior outcome than developing a functional spec at the get-go and sticking to this as a matter of course.
I either develop the application from scratch, or merely adapt an existing open source solution and customize it to cater to specific business or user needs.(WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, Magento, Prestashop, Opencart…).
I design and develop mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, working closely with my clients to turn their app ideas into reality.
Sketching enables us to explore the problem space and define the solution space at the same time. It frames our current understanding of the problem, while also helping us to figure out possible solutions.
While we sketch out our thoughts, new ideas will emerge. That’s what makes sketching “generative”: it captures the ideas we already have and sparks new ideas. As Bill Buxton says in Sketching User.