Wireframes — My own experience

At first, I had to think very well of how to get my ideas into paper and communicate with the audience in a proper way, based on my understanding of the user research.

My aim was to design the whole experience, making clear who I am targeting, the purpose of it, why is it needed, as well the benefits.

After having a structure in mind, I jot down the main ideas to help me out during the process, which guided me throughout the design in how to express myself and communicate the right ideas.

I tried to be consistent throughout the project regarding spaces, typography and delivery. I believe that the use of real content helped me understand and complement better my points of view, rather than just having lorem ipsum text. It makes our project more comprehensive and easy to follow.

A good way to deal with wireframes, is to share them and get different feedback from lots of different people. It helps us know what is our strength, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.

Also, I chose to use a lot of images with small amounts of text, so I had to take all this in consideration when designing these wireframes. Images can speak for themselves and can make a huge difference in terms of helping the user understand the topic straight away and truly engage with him.

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