Wireframe Challenge

For this challenge, we were to take existing app screens and produce what the wireframe would have looked like in Sketch. I enjoyed this perspective of taking the screens a step backward and seeing them take a more simple, structural form.

What I like most about wireframing is that there is no huge commitment to anything that you’re creating and no emotional investment in this stage of development.

However, I will admit I am guilty of occasionally skipping this process when I am designing for a website because I want to put all of my ideas out there immediately before I forget! I’ll also admit that the phrase, ‘it doesn’t save any time in the end’ is even more true–especially when you are emotionally invested into something on screen that doesn’t account for all things planned.

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Kelly Gedvilas

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Resilient, multidisciplinary designer of impactful user experiences | kellygedvilas.com

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