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Wireframes for UX design

Wireframes for UX design
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Here is Syndicode we follow all the best principles of UI/UX design to make it appealing, responsible and clear. So it could benefit any product we develop and make the user happy. That is why we also happy to share with you some great materials about design we found. They help us to explain you the value of a great design. This time we have some neat intro to wireframes for UX design. 

First of all, a wireframe is not a sketch and not a mockup. Wiki says a wireframe is a page schematic or screen blueprint, a visual guide that represents the skeletal framework of a website. Wireframes are created for the purpose of arranging elements to best accomplish a particular purpose. But let’s dive into details. Do they look rather schematic in contrast to mockups?

Who use wireframes except for designers? What is the main purpose of a wireframe? Find the details in the original article.

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