What is a Wireframe? Definition, FAQs

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What is Wireframe? 

A wireframe represents what a product layout will be like visually. It incorporates several interface elements, which appear on the web pages or the application. 

This is a very simple and cost-friendly method that will demonstrate the layout of a product and its functions in the early stages of its development

Wireframes can be a rough sketch or illustration that displays the key functions of the product in order to save time and money. To avoid feedback about the ‘right wording used or the visual elements used, placeholders can come in handy for images. 

Sharing wireframes enables stakeholders, UX designers, and other team members to put forward their concerns with the product sooner rather than delaying it for long. 

FAQs

Q: What is a wireframe? 

A: A wireframe represents what a product layout will look like visually. It incorporates several interface elements, which appear on the web pages or the application. This is a very simple and cost-friendly method that will demonstrate the layout of a product and its functions in the early stages of its development.

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