Wireframing for UX Design : Sketch Your Big Idea Premium class
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Introduction : Wireframing for UX Design2:01
What is Wireframing?7:15
Why Do We Wireframe?5:51
How Do We Wireframe?4:38
How Do We Wireframe (2)4:24
How Do We Wireframe? (3)4:08
How Do We Wireframe? (4)6:03
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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I enjoyed the workshop but I think it would have been a bit more engaging if there were more examples of what a wireframe can look like, especially across the different platforms to be considered (mobile, tablet etc). This would also have helped us better understand the various icons/methods of representing different elements of a site's structure. Also, one area that wasn't touched on was creating templates as many pages within a website would work off the same one. So understanding how this works within a wireframe structure would have been very useful. Thank you tho...there was some very interesting tips that have helped me.
Carlye is my name, UX Design is my game. I help teams understanding the goals and motivations behind human behavior, and design products that meet those needs. Helping teams embrace human-centered design is my jam. I'm a UX Design Consultant - I work with teams to push their creative limits. I use design thinking to to design the right products, at the right time, for the right people.
I'm good at facilitating the generation of big ideas. I love nothing more than helping other people come up with their own big ideas. That's why I teach UX Design workshops at General Assembly, and why I've started teaching on Skillshare. I have a Sociology degree from the University of British Columbia, several years as a freelance copywriter and content strategist, and hands - on UX skills from General Assembly. Communication has always been my strong suit, and pushing big ideas out the door is my favorite thing.
My design philosophy: dance in someone else's shoes before making them better shoes. Also, go play outside - your designs will thank you.