Call us at
973.346.8100

SEARCH BLOG

Blog

SUBSCRIBE TO RSS

Premiere Creative Blog

Wireframes for Websites

Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Once your web design firm completes the information architecture step in the creative design process, you may move on to the next key step: developing wireframes.  A wireframe is helpful is defining what types of technology will be used and which messaging with be displayed on what pages. Although the wireframe doesn’t show creative, colors or and imagery or graphics, it does depict and lay out where content and photographs will be.

 

This step in the process is sometimes called the skeleton. Since there isn’t any colors or images displayed in this step of the web design, the creative design process is still taken place. The wireframes outline content placement areas and core features of the website, such as the masthead, core messaging, content, footer, call-to-actions, side bars utility links, information above and below the fold and more.

 

The wireframe and the sitemap “work together” in the creative design process. While the sitemap provides the content and what’s going to be included, the wireframes depict exactly where the content is going to go. Being able to think like the consumer may sometimes be challenging, but an experienced web designer will anticipate user’s needs and expectations while progression through developing wireframes and the entire web design process.

                    

Call us at 973 346 8100

back to top

From our Blog

Visit our blog >>

Difference Between Google Authorship and Author Rank

Oh Google Authorship, we hardly knew you. You may or may not be aware, but on August 28, 2014 Google shut down its authorship functionality completely. The three-year experiment to

Reputation Management for Online Business

Online privacy and discretion seem to be a major focus for people these days, as the pendulum starts to swing regarding personal information available online.  It was reported by Search