Wireframing website prototypes.
Wireframing is a process that is used to visualize your concept. This process gives you an opportunity to review your site layout, where content and visual images will appear, before selecting design elements such as color palette, images, and typography. We will craft a design for your review as part of the website creation process.
Wireframing gives your concept life, you can actually visualize it. This process allows us to set up the entire website correctly and eliminate any potential issues early in the game, saving you time and money.
It’s all about user experience
Our wireframing process is designed to remove distractions, such as color, type and images, and focus on the critical points of usability and function. Using the sitemap, the basic map of your website will be presented in a simplified manner to clarify and clean up functionality.
A STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM OF YOUR WEBSITE
Sitemaps outline the arrangement of the various resources on your website, and the wireframe provides a concept of exactly how it will function. We develop a wireframe to bring your website to reality, giving you an in-depth view of each design element and how users will interact with these elements.
FUNCTION AND FORM
In order to be an effective marketing tool, a website needs to be exceptionally usable and match the expectations of your target market. Wireframing allows us to identify any areas that need to be adjusted for better performance, early in the process.
DESIGN FOR USABILITY
Our wireframing process is focused on user interactions and how to create the most positive user experience before we even consider elements such as color palette and images. Planning your website for exceptional usability means better performance, higher user engagement, and conversions.
We make sure any potential usability issues are worked out prior to the design phase which will save you both time and money. We work to get the bugs out before we design, making your website the high functioning, streamlined product that your target audience expects.