What are wireframes:

Wireframe or schematic or screen blueprint or rapid prototyping is one of the key elements of planning for a website or an application. Wireframes can be created as a static mockup or a full working process of a product.

How its helpful:

Wireframe prototype company is used by the user interface designer and visualizers use them for further communication on a given project. It helps in bringing a virtual project in reality for end prototyping.
It also helps in creating navigational flow of a product. Business stakeholders review wireframes to check required features and objectives are met or not in a design.
For example: there is some new product which is thought of an ideas has to be implemented, now for this usability testing is required in front of real time users, here wireframes plays very important role in getting feedback from end users.

Why and where it is required:

It helps in bridging gap between stakeholders objective and requirements of a product before its final implementation.It also helps in defining user experience where and how elements will be placed in product design.
For example: for making an house blue print of architecture is required for getting a feel of your dream house or apartment etc. Like this only for any soft online project wireframe helps in getting deeper on your product.
Wireframes are required for all products and devices like desktop web, mobile applications, websites etc.

Types of wireframe:

There are two types of wireframes:

Low fidelity:

Low fidelity wireframes are very fast rough screen mockups which is used to give an abstract idea about how a product going to work.its created roughly and very fast. Here mostly created on papers and sometimes on computers.

High Fidelity wireframes:

High fidelity wireframes are actual design of a product which is created on the basis of real feedback on the basis of low fidelity prototypes. iI takes time to get real flow of a design. These are created with tools like photoshop, dreamweaver, axure etc.

Tools we use:

Basic low fidelity tools are paper, pencil. Well for high fidelity wireframe prototyping.

  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Illustrator, Axure
  • Dreamweaver
  • HTML, CSS, Javascript are one of the key tools.
  • wirify

Why choose VerveLogic for wireframe prototyping:

Verve Logic has CUA (Certified Usability Analysts) who bring your thoughts and imagination in real life through wireframes.Which can be used as a pre product design for your end users feedback and reaction. Then it can be used by development companies for actual implementation of your idea.
We mostly create wireframes for our clients for clarity of requirements and objectives.
We use best market tactics and design practices for working prototypes. Do studies in the field and latest white papers in usability design and trend.