The wireframing process is a great way of planning a website. We start off by deï¬ning the content and the functionality of the main pages of your website and then move on to introduce the brand elements.
This process ensures the right questions are asked at the start, that you as the Client have full involvement and that we are able to product a website that meets your requirements. First time.
The initial scamps are designed to get a feel for what the pages need to do. We use a very sophisticated set of tools to do this (pencil and paper) and this is generally done in a workshop style session.
The wireframes take the initial scamps, some competitor analysis, your ideas and some of ours and present these to you on a computer (getting a bit modern now) and in a clickable manner. So you are able to click around and see which pages link where.
Now that we know how the site operates and what content it needs we are able to work on and present the visuals. This is where we bring the wireframes to life by introducing the brand through colour, logos, photography and typography.