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Wireframing for Website Design for Beginners

Cookie Redding, Artist, Designer, Educator

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12 Videos (1h 2m)
    • Introduction

    • Course Supplies

    • The Project!

    • What is a Wireframe?

    • Types of Wireframes

    • Wireframe Methods of Working

    • Website Design Considerations

    • Element Considerations

    • Lo Fi (Analog) Wireframe Techniques

    • Hi Fi Wireframing with Illustrator & Photoshop

    • Wireframe Online Options

    • Wireframe Conclusion


About This Class

This class serves as an introduction to wireframes for web designers.  Wireframing allows you to figure out the information hierarchy of your design, which makes it easier for you to plan the layout according to how you want your client and audience to digest and process the site's information.  Often times as designers we get bogged down into the details right off the bat...what color, what type, what imagery, what branding? Wireframing is the skeletal system that allows you to worry instead about the flow, dynamics and useability of the site before you hop into aesthetic decisions. Think of wireframes as a web designer's sketch...and learn the options of your web site sketching in this Skillshare class.  

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Cookie Redding

Artist, Designer, Educator

Cookie Redding is an artist and designer practicing in a variety of mediums-from drawing and painting to photography, ceramics and printmaking. She received a B.A. in art and an M.F.A. in ceramics/printmaking from Marywood University in Scranton, PA. She runs Likes I Love, and sells online at etsy. She teaches fine art and design classes at regional universities. She has a tendency to get excited about art and talk nonstop about it. You will hear her say awesome a lot (which is a good thing!...

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