My wireframing process

Posted on Jun 6, 2013

Separate content Sketch Wireframe Hi-Def wireframe Visuals Interactive prototype (if designing a website) 1. Seperation of content In most cases when I receive a request to create a design for a page, I will receive the content in a word document. The first thing I do is read through the content, and make sure that […]

Wireframing templates

Posted on Jun 6, 2013

Web designers are used to designing within a container. That container being the browser window. If you are like me and you cant draw a straight line to save your life, then web browser wireframe templates are pretty handy. They are also useful for presenting initial scamps to client, and to also prototype quickly before […]

Wheel mouse – revolutionising the fold

Posted on May 26, 2013

Marketers are always concerned about “the fold”. The fold is defined as: That part of a web page that can be seen without scrolling down. The term comes from the newspaper industry, where editors and advertisers value the space in the upper half of the page more than the part that requires unfolding the newspaper. […]

Landing pages – one goal, one message, one action

Posted on May 20, 2013

Know the business objective of the page, and what problem you are trying to solve. Send your visitor to a relevant, targeted page. They are on your page for a reason, so don’t let link leaks creep in. You do not want them to get distracted and end up somewhere else. Do not stray from […]