What is Wireframe?
We say Wireframe as screen blurprint for websites. It represents the skeletal view of a website, created for the purpose of arranging elements. A wireframe is used to
layout content and functionality on every page which takes into account user needs and user journeys. Wireframes are used early in the development process to establish the basic structure
of a page before visual design and adding content.
Wireframing saves our lot of time! Since wireframes are used in the early design process, it is much easier to make changes or implement feedbacks at the wireframing stage, rather than making changes in the final Design.
Types of Wireframes:-
Low-Fidelity Wireframes or Lo-Fi
High-fidelity Wireframes, also known as Hi-Fi
Low-Fidelity Wireframes or Lo-Fi:-
A low-fidelity wireframe is an early stage, drawing with minimal polish. It is typically more loosely drawn and hints at the specific elements on the page.
High-fidelity Wireframes, also known as Hi-Fi:-
A high-fidelity wireframe is more polished and displays more specific or realistic renderings of content.
Thumbnail wireframes are small representations of a screen. They allow you to quickly try out different layout ideas and visualize the position of content without getting too involved in a larger, more detailed wireframe.