UI Design

Low Fidelity Wireframe


Low-fidelity wireframes are a type of wireframe used in the early stages of a design process. They are typically simple and quick to create, using only basic shapes and lines to represent the layout and structure of a web page or application. Low-fidelity wireframes are often created using pen and paper or digital tools such as Balsamiq, Figma or Sketch.

The purpose of low-fidelity wireframes is to quickly explore and iterate on different design ideas without getting bogged down in details. They allow me to focus on a design's overall layout and flow without being distracted by colours, typography, and other visual elements. Low-fidelity wireframes are useful for collaboration and communication between me, developers, and stakeholders.

They are easy to modify and update as feedback is received and can help ensure everyone involved in the project is on the same page. While low-fidelity wireframes may not be as visually appealing as more detailed designs, they serve an important role in the design process. By quickly sketching out and testing different ideas, where I  can move more efficiently towards a final, polished design.

Author: Mugs (Mugunthan Balakrishnan)

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