Here at Purple500 Technologies, we strive to give our clients the best experience possible. We provide wireframing for feedback and scalability. This process begins early on in the development stage. Wireframing is used to ensure that elements are not missed and taken in one at a time. This practice promotes creative branding for your project ideas.
What is wireframing?
Wireframing (UX) stands for user experience. It is a visual blueprint that represents the skeletal framework of a website or mobile application. The purpose of wireframing is to arrange elements in order of their purpose. It depicts the page layout of content, navigation systems, interface elements, and how they work together. The focus is what a screen does and not how it looks. The typographic style, color, and graphics are not the priority.
Wireframing (UI) stands for user interface. It is much like the user experience (UX) wireframing design except it makes technology easier for users to understand. Wireframing (UI) allows the user to directly interact with the product. We call this our Clickable Wireframe. Clients can click through their website or mobile app to get a feel of how it functions. Clickable wireframes are great for user testing.