UX Design Course Preview: Wireframes and Prototypes
User-centered web design is in high demand these days. Designers and clients alike are focusing on responsiveness, usability and aesthetics, and learning how to create wireframes and prototypes is the best way to ensure that your web designs cover all three.
In the UX design process, wireframing allows you to structure the information on a website according to a logical hierarchy. It simplifies the process of planning the layout of each page, making your website cohesive and user-friendly. Wireframing is especially useful when designing responsive websites because it enables you to build a website featuring menus and content that are functional and appealing on mobile phones, tablets and computers.
After you’ve created your wireframe, the next step is prototyping. Interactive prototyping lets you and potential users test the functionality of your website on different devices and get feedback about the usability of your design.
From there, interactive prototyping enables you to test the functionality of your website on different devices and make your responsive designs as sleek and user-friendly as possible.
In this course, you’ll learn the wireframing and prototyping processes from start to finish. You’ll also learn how to create your of wireframes and prototypes, and you’ll explore best practices to see how these processes fit into in the UX designer’s workflow. Discover how wireframes and prototypes can make you a more productive web designer and streamline your methods with this course.
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