We all know that good wireframes are the backbone of any software, mobile and web designing project. Wireframing lets designers to work out the basic navigation and layout structure before finally starting off with development of web applications, mobile applications or a software.
There are hundreds of wireframing tools in the market, some online, some desktop-based, some free, and some paid. In today’s list I collect 20 wireframing tools for designers. Hope you will find the right one for you! Read More
All the way back in January I put together a post detailing the benefits of using sketching as a design tool, it was pretty cool to see each designer sketching their work and also equally intriguing to see what books they use to make their sketches.
Today I wanted to share with you a small collection of very good quality design sketch books that you can use to help you create your sketches. Some of these books utilise a dot grid structure on the stock to help you create your sketches and other books have blank sheet stock. Read More
I would class sketching as a tool, just as I would with Photoshop, Fireworks or any other app I use to help me create the finished product. For me, Sketching is an essential part of the design workflow that would make up a majority of projects.
As a tool, sketching is often the first thing I utilise during a project workflow, its use will vary depending on the project type, time restraints and your own workflow preference. Read More
Being able to create rapid prototypes or wireframes of web and mobile apps is crucial for improving efficiency and essentially the end product. Creating wireframes or prototypes will allow you to discuss and amend various different versions of the the project in deeper details with clients, designers and developers without the need to invest hours of staff time creating endless pixel perfect mockups. Read More