Anshika gupta
2 min readMar 20, 2022


A Workflow is a sequence of tasks that processes a set of data. These are the way people get work done, and can be illustrated as series of steps that need to be completed sequentially in a diagram or checklist.

Like, to win a game or to achieve some goal, if you have some amazing strategy, chances for winning or achieving increases.
Same as while we are designing any application or website, if you created a workflow before starting coding and all things, guaranteed it will increase our speed and efficiency as well.

The Value of Wireframes
Wireframes serve multiple purposes by helping to:
• Connect the site’s information architecture to its visual design by showing paths between pages
• Clarify consistent ways for displaying particular types of information on the user interface
• Determine intended functionality in the interface
• Prioritize content through the determination of how much space to allocate to a given item and where that item is located

A strategic and effective workflow that's clearly defined and documented makes the content creation process go smoothly. It ensures that all of the content your team creates is high-quality and delivered on time.

The risks of working without a content workflow
When working without a clear plan of action or defined content workflow, there’s the potential for web projects to suffer or fail from the earliest stage. People and processes sit at the heart of content workflows. When you don’t take both of these elements into account when creating content, things can get messy.
Another risk of creating content without a proper workflow is wasting time, money, and resources.

So, for working on a project it is good to have a crystal clear workflow in your mind.