The easiest way to understand website wireframes is to think of them almost like a template but instead of an overall blueprint, they organize the content that is within the website itself. It provides the basic outline of a structure for your website, then you can edit that design to suite your individual needs. There is a multitude of wireframes to choose; from the sparse and minimalistic to the highly detailed and content-rich designs. Using wireframes contributes immensely to the success, launch, and maintaining your website.

Key Takeaways:

    • Wireframes are key components to integrate into your website in order to avoid more expensive problems in the future.
    • The two types are high-fidelity and low-fidelity, and both function more properly based upon your website's particular needs.
    • Wireframes should ONLY be added and created early in the production of a product.

“Just like your good old blueprint, your wireframe has the potential to become your dream-house with the right interactions and components that make an experience great.”

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