Simply put, creating wireframes or a prototype saves you time and money. Rather than jumping right into developing your project, wireframing and prototyping helps to vet out changes that should be made to the design and structure of your website or app before development begins. With wireframes or a prototype (or both!), fewer design and development hours (and dollars) are wasted on “re-dos.”
A PROTOTYPE MAKES SENSE
A working prototype brings the design to life and reveals aspects of usability for clients and designers to evaluate and improve upon while the website is still in a flexible stage.
Our team identifies your user, and focuses the interaction to specific use cases within the design to determine the type of prototype we should build. This process saves you time, money and gets you involved in the process from an early project stage.
Wireframing leads to successful projects
In web design, the usability, effectiveness and value that a site can provide its visitors are all a part of good user experience. We recommend wireframing in the early stages of the design process to validate that the user experience is intuitive and efficient when navigating the site. At this point, the content is flexible and devoid of details such as color, imagery and typography. The focus of the wireframes is to take what we learned from our discovery process, then structure the conversations and research into a visual form.
Prototyping predicts future interactions
Prototyping provides an interactive and engaging way for everyone involved to navigate through the wireframes and provide feedback in a contextual environment. To design for these complex interactions and experiences, static wireframes can sometimes fall short when attempting to demonstrate specific workflows for our developers and clients to understand and conceptualize. Prototyping allows for predictive feedback about usability and interactivity.