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Wireframing for UX Design : Sketch Your Big Idea

Carlye Cunniff, UX Designer. Avid Adventurer. Enthusiastic Eater.

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7 Videos (34m)
    • Introduction : Wireframing for UX Design

    • What is Wireframing?

    • Why Do We Wireframe?

    • How Do We Wireframe?

    • How Do We Wireframe (2)

    • How Do We Wireframe? (3)

    • How Do We Wireframe? (4)


About This Class


Wireframing is one of the most important concepts and stages in user experience design. UX designers use wireframes as a way to express a flow through a process or communicate individual screens in a product.

Wireframes can range in fidelity from sketches on bar napkins to beautiful, interactive photoshop mocks. This class will provide a basic overview of why we wireframe, where wireframing fits into the UX process, how to use it (from stakeholder presentations to usability testing). Finally, we'll spend a lot of tie creating our own lo-fi wireframes to share with the class.

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This was a great course for me because it explained why sketches are my starting point, and reminded me that I am creating for the viewer. A pleasant experience with an excellent instructor, too!
Very digestible and a great place to start, basic and user friendly!





Carlye Cunniff

UX Designer. Avid Adventurer. Enthusiastic Eater.

Hello! I'm a Senior Experience Designer, currently working with Amazon. I help teams understand the goals and motivations behind human behavior, and design products that meet those needs. Helping teams embrace human-centered design is my jam. I love creative problem solving - the messier the problem, the better!

Big ideas don't scare me away. I'm passionate about helping small businesses, non profits, and government agencies create solutions that help their big ideas work for people....

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