The wireframe is the blueprint of a website. It is an important initial process on how we make plans and visual presentation before coding and designing.
In the last task, Get the Basic Right, we were asked to pick the ultimate 10 questions we wanted to use in the briefing and fill it ourselves as a practice for this subject. So, I made the list into a form and printed it out for filling in.
Here is the form with answers:
Making a wireframe can be done in both lo-tech or high-tech architecture. High-tech looks and feel so much advance which the lo-tech lacks of. I chose the lo-tech because it feels more of a dryrun and the clients will have more confidence to give their inputs and suggestion knowing it is still on sketch.
Although this can be true, high-tech doesn’t mean that clients can’t put their input! I personally think that I would not be so “free” on doing so if the initial sketch was done with so much effort.
Here is the lo-tech wireframe for the Travel blogsite: