35 Excellent Wireframing Resources

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Wireframing is one of the most valuable parts of any web design project. It can save a designer tons of time by hashing out the details of a site’s architecture, functionality, and content prior to actually starting a visual design. But if done inefficiently, it can end up costing more time and can even create bigger headaches for both the client and the designer.

Below are more than 35 resources for creating better wireframes, including tutorials on different methods and a variety of tools available.

1. Wireframing Articles

Here are more than twenty wireframing articles, guides, and tutorials to help you improve your wireframing process. There’s information on everything from paper wireframing techniques to using programs like Adobe Illustrator for the wireframing stage of your designs.

Wireframes Magazine
This site offers tons of resources and articles about wireframing. They include wireframe samples, UI tools, and job listings, as well as a place for designers to share their wireframes and wireframing tips. Popular articles have covered prototyping with the 960.gs grid system, graph paper sketch layouts, and wireframe moodboards.

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Wire Frame Your Site
A great introduction to the benefits of wireframing from Sitepoint. It offers a three-step approach to wireframing in addition to expounding on the benefits of using wireframes, including their ability to let you foresee potential problems before you get into the nitty-gritty of designing.

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Ajax Wireframing Approaches
A post in a series from Particletree about prototyping Ajax, this covers wireframing techniques. This article covers three excellent methods of wireframing dynamic content: Keyframing, stacking and TOP (Turn On Possibilities), as well as outlining the benefits and drawbacks of each.

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The Importance of Wireframes in Web Design and 9 Tools to Create Wireframes
A great overview of why wireframing is a good idea, along with tools for creating your own. This is a really comprehensive article that covers everything from creating wireframes to working with clients during the wireframing process to the benefits of wireframing over visual design in the early stages of a website design.

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20 Steps to Better Wireframing
An awesome collection of twenty tips for creating better wireframes. Some of the objectives covered include being clear about your objectives, getting everyone involved and avoiding over-designing your wireframe. Added up, these tips should make anyone’s wireframing process easier and more efficient.

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Get Wireframing: The All-In-One Guide
A complete roundup of wireframing guides, techniques, tools, and more. It’s a great resource post with links to other sites, including a section for techniques, tools, examples, paper prototyping, and wireframing articles, among other links.

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The Importance of Wireframing
A great article on why you should wireframe, along with resources to get your started. It’s a great rundown of the benefits of wireframing, including its ability to help clients focus and what they can teach you about your clients.

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Pwireframing: Paper Wireframing
This is probably one of my favorite wireframing techniques. It’s a paper-based method, but goes way beyond just making some rough sketches. The photos included really help solidify the technique in your mind.

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Shades of Gray: Wireframes as Thinking Device
An article detailing tne designer’s reasons for using wireframes and their purpose. It really covers the personal wireframing experience of the author, including what they get from wireframing beyond the obvious results. Examples are included (both the wireframes and final site design).

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Wireframing Over the Shoulder
A video showing a full wireframing process from start to finish by From the Couch. This is an actual fast-forwarded video of a designer sketching out a complete wireframe of a real site on paper.

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The ‘Boxing Glove’ Wireframing Technique
A guide to a big-picture wireframing technique. This is an incredibly simple and straight-forward technique that emphasizes three elements wireframes should help to clarify: proposition, concept, and context.

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Framing the Problem
An article about wireframing from ClickZ. This article focuses on creating wireframes that answer three simple questions: What types of visitors need to be persuaded? What actions do they need to take? What information do they need to take action?

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SEO Wireframing
A guide to wireframing for search engine optimization purposes from SEOmoz. It describes the wireframing process strictly from an SEO perspective and reminds designers to keep in mind things like key functions for each page and building navigation with relevant keywords.

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HTML Wireframes and Prototypes: All Gain and No Pain
A guide to using HTML for wireframing and prototyping websites from Boxes and Arrows. It touts the benefits of creating HTML wireframes over visual-only types and offers up extensive information about creating your own HTML versions.

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The Ancient Art of Wireframing
A look at the history and benefits of wireframing. It also looks at more modern techniques appropriate for dynamic websites and offers up new standards for contemporary wireframes.

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“I Need to See It”—Wireframing for a Richer Web
A discussion of some of the issues and solutions for wireframing rich media applications. This article also talks about the benefits of both interactive and “high-fidelity” wireframes, including definitions for each and how to go about creating each.

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Better Perspective in Wireframing
A huge list of tips for creating better wireframes. It outlines tips like putting functionality first, focusing on the user experience and working to a deadline.

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Wireframing Using InDesign
A downloadable guide to wireframing using Adobe InDesign, along with a sample file you can experiment with. The content comes partially from a workshop that was presented at a Communication and Multimedia Design course at Rotterdam about wireframing.

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I <3 Wireframes
This site aggregates wireframe images from Flickr. It’s a great place to check out if you’re not sure what method of wireframing will work best for you, or if you just want to see how other people are approaching wireframing.

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Website Wireframes
This is a great overview of wireframing, including brief reviews of a number of wireframing tools. It includes tips for creating wireframes and an overview of the tools available for it.

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Wireframing Web Applications
An article focused specifically on wireframing web apps as opposed to less complicated websites. This is an excellent guide to the particular challenges presented when wireframing dynamic applications and includes an overview of tools appropriate for creating dynamic wireframes.

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Content Wireframing: Ducks Meet Row.
A great guide to wireframing your content. This article covers the particular challenges and requirements of wireframing a site’s content, as opposed to just it’s structure and functionality.

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How to Create Website Wireframes
A complete wireframing how-to from About.com. This article is broken down into four parts: the focus of wireframes, what a wireframe should include, how to create a wireframe and the benefits of wireframing.

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How to Wireframe
Here’s a video tutorial for creating a wireframe. It also includes tips on creating better wireframes, like using a grid to line everything up and adding everything you think you’ll need and then removing things afterward.

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Speed Wireframing with Nick Finck
A video outlining Nick Finck’s wireframing process. The wireframe created is done using OmniGraffle and a wireframe stencil kit.

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2. Wireframing and Mockup Tools

There are a number of tools available beyond just pen and paper to help you build wireframes for websites and online apps. Below are a few options, as well as some roundup posts to help you choose the right solution for you.

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Pencil Project
A Firefox plugin that lets you do GUI prototyping right in your browser. It includes all the standard drawing tools you’d expect, plus it’s cross-platform compatible and can accept user-defined stencils.

Web Design: Top 5 Wireframing Tools
A review of five wireframing tools from CMS Wire. Tools included are OmniGraffle, MockupScreens, iRise, Axure, and MindJet MindManager.

iPlotz
A tool to create clickable and navigable website mockups. There are free and paid plans available, with prices ranging up to $495.

Jumpchart
Another tool for creating clickable website mockups. Jumpstart has free and paid plans, with prices ranging up to $50/month.

Wireframes
A brief article with a huge list of wireframing software, both desktop and web-based.

Hot Gloo
A wireframing app designed for designers and programmers. The beta version is currently free to use.

Building a Website Wireframe in Illustrator
A great guide to using Adobe Illustrator for your wireframes. This is a very complete tutorial, complete with screenshots taken during the process.

Balsamiq Mockups
A web-based wireframing and mockup tool. There are free and paid version available. The paid one is $79.

Wireframing Web Applications
An article comparing three different wireframing tools, both desktop and web-based, including Gliffy Online and Balsamiq Mockups.

Templatr
While Templatr is generally thought of as a template generator, it can work really well as a wireframing program. Just choose the layout you want to use and customize it as much or as little as you want.

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Cameron Chapman is a professional Web and graphic designer with over 6 years of experience. She writes for a number of blogs, including her own, Cameron Chapman On Writing. She’s also the author of The Smashing Idea Book: From Inspiration to Application.

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    yet another comment

    September 1, 2009 5:04 am

    OT – Is it just me, or are these really utterly unnecessary comments? Why do so many people feel the urge to comment on SM, like their day would not be complete without it? “Thanks, great, SM really shine here, etc?” Do you guys like to hear your voice? I too think that SM is great, and feedback + comment traffic is good for them, but it’s just so hopeless to find any additional info in the comments. I hereby propose some self-moderation. If you don’t have anything to add, think about saving a few keystrokes. Don’t worry, there’ll be still enough positive feedbacks.

    Sorry if I came across as rude, not my intention.

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    Excellent article! Thank you !

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    Smashingmagazine is really in its element here!
    Very specialized & relevant information in this article.

    Thanks.

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    Smashing as usual! Loads of thanks!

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    very very thanx…

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    always like to see wireframing articles – too often an overlooked element of the dev process.

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    great article.. Thanks

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    John (Human3rror)

    September 1, 2009 4:40 am

    excellent. great stuff!

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    dont forget lovelycharts as a great tool for wireframing or even UML. It’s an online app and FREE

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    mmmh…
    this should work: link

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    Wonderful! I was actually on a break during wireframing while I decided to do my daily visit to smashing and found this article about.. wireframing :)

    Excellent – as usual – smashing!

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    I really should do more wireframing, but I try to work it all out in my head first! It just leads to wasted time! Great article!

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    Thank you for the great article! Very helpful. I want to try the pwireframing technique soon.

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    Have you looked at Microsoft’s Expression tools with SketchFlow? It’s a very nice wire framing/prototyping/documentation tool (no I don’t work for MS).

    SketchFlow video from MIX09 conference

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    Why do so many people feel the urge to comment on SM, like their day would not be complete without it?

    Because, in my case, my day is not complete without SM. Really, I’m always looking for inspiration, advices and help, as I’m always learning. And SM is a great help.

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    Any recommendations for a good brand of notebook for sketching/wirefaming?

    I’m thinking something with a good paper stock, decent sized, but not too big, and maybe pre-printed grids?

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    Alex Luna (justinmind.com)

    September 1, 2009 5:42 am

    No rich interactions prototyping tools? You could consider also Justinmind Prototyper.

    Besides that, great content and very nice resources. Gonna RT.

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    Gr8 Article! From the last two months smashing seems to give voice to my thoughts and explore my intuitions to increase the knowledge I need. Simply the best.

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    Great post guys! This was helpful and it’s nice to see that other people see the importance of wireframes.

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    Another great list! Thanks for taking the time to put all of this in one place. It’s helpful looking at others’ design processes, especially those earlier stages, such as wireframing.

    Keep up the good work!

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    Any recommendations for a good brand of notebook for sketching/wirefaming?

    Chris, I’m a big fan of the pocket moleskine grid notebook and the large moleskine grid notebook. Splash out on a decent pencil too.

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    Brilliant!!! Apart from i just sent a wireframe to a designer before reading this!

    One thing though, I have started wire framing with Fireworks, does anyone know of a symbol pack available for fireworks or templates etc that would speed up my workflow???

    Cheers

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    Wow… There’s a LOT of info here! Where to begin?!

    What about http://www.gliffy.com/ ?

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    Great read. Thanks for the perfect compendium!

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    Look, I’m a Mac user, too. But Microsoft SketchFlow really should be in this list. I’m surprised more products of this ilk are not out there. Looks very promising!

    Microsoft SketchFlow

    peace | dewde

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    Strange.. not a single word about fireworks.

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    You missed FlairBuilder, which has treated me oh so well. I wire-framed up a fairly complex mobile app just a few days ago using it and it took me less than two hours to get the whole thing up, and worthy of presentation to the client. Two hours!

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    Exactly what I needed, was yesterday looking for a good tool to wireframe more easily..

    thanx, Tom.

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    Another wireframing tool is WireframeSketcher: http://wireframesketcher.coom

    It’s an Eclipse plugin that also works in Aptana, Zend Studio and even Flex Builder. Some of it’s distinctive features are master screens, wiki syntax in components and storyboarding mode. The plugin is commercial but free licenses are offered to open-source developers, bloggers and non-profits.

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    Ricardo "mAiN_iNfEcTiOn" Machado

    September 1, 2009 7:27 am

    Very nice post!!! I’m a freelancer and, for me, this kind of posts help me a lot to improve my web-development capabilities. Allows me to organize myself and present a better and more professional work to the client.

    Thanks SM. YOU ROCK :)

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    This is a really nice collection, Cameron, thanks for including a lot of tools I’d never encountered before and that look rather intriguing.

    I just hope people are in the mood for more articles on wireframing :)

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    For those seriously looking into the future of rapid prototyping and sketching of interfaces:

    Sketchflow > http://www.microsoft.com/expression/products/Sketchflow_Overview.aspx
    Adobe Catalyst (BETA) > http://labs.adobe.com/technologies/flashcatalyst/

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    I use Oversite. It’s pretty cool: http://taubler.com/oversite/

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    Another wireframing tool is WireframeSketcher. It’s an Eclipse plugin that also works in Aptana, Zend Studio and even Flex Builder. Some of it’s distinctive features are master screens, wiki syntax in components and storyboarding mode. The plugin is commercial but free licenses are offered to open-source developers, bloggers and non-profits.

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    As a designer, I greatly appreciate the time it took for Smashing Magazine to create this list of wireframe resources! Wireframing is one of the most underrated techniques in modern web design.

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    I’d also recommend people look at ProtoShare — we’ve been using it for a few months and love it. Cut our wireframing time in half — and it’s all functional!

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    Have you ever heard of iRise? it’s a great wireframing tool.

    http://www.irise.com/index.php

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    Outstanding article! Thank you Smashing Magazine.

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    None of this stuff matters when nobody ever hires information architects and interaction designers to even create these wireframes.

    They believe the best ones are right out of school, but they dont have 10 years of experience so they can’t be good can they? Of course, only the best ones have 10 years experience and are senior quality right?

    Why waste time learning to wireframe when you won’t be able to get a job doing it? Makes zero sense.

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    Great article! Very useful.

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    Would recommend you also take a look at the great wireframing tools for InDesign that came out of EightShapes.com (http://unify.eightshapes.com).

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    Great roundup of wireframing knowledge. We’ll definitely point potential customers to this article! We hope people consider ProtoShare.com as well as the other fine tools mentioned (thanks for the shout out, Chris Adams, #32 above!). We are a collaborative online wireframing/prototyping tool used by many leading interactive agencies and companies. Our latest release just came out last week (YouTube preview).

    One point we like to stress is that wireframes are a means to an end – of getting a better spec and requirements – they are not an end-product in and of themselves. The wireframes are to foster communication to ensure the right things are built. Some projects warrant very detailed wireframes and prototypes, but most only need enough detail to get the discussion going. You have to guard against overdesigning in the wireframing stage.

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    ForeUI (http://www.foreui.com) is another good wireframing tool, which can create skinnable and interactive prototype, and run simulation in web browser.

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    It might be better to have “like” button like Facebook or Google Reader on these pages so people who just want to express that they like the article can just use that instead of writing a short comment like “Great”, “Excellence”, etc. Then we can have less but more meaningful comments which should benefit everyone.

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    this is my term paper man

    THANKS

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    Off the top of my heard, here’s a couple that may be of use as well…

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    16 Design Tools for Prototyping and Wireframing

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    Smashing! Just when I needed it…

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    Between all wireframe softwares, I prefer Illustrator for its precision and ease to export file on Photoshop.
    Do you know a website with Illustrator ressources (shapes, objects, ..) for wireframing ? For my collection !! ;)
    Thxs

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    What about Fireworks? Together with Omnigraffle it’s all we need to build IxD’s and write specifications.

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    You could also mention Mockflow.com – free wireframing

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    Just started using fireworks for wireframing websites, it works great here is a link to a video tutorial. http://tv.adobe.com/?promoid=DRHYB#vi+f1498v1660.

    Some cool features are:
    Prototyping with interactive PDF
    Using symbols and library items (just like flash)
    Working with master pages

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    @Warren

    Why would you want a job wireframing? It should be the first step of any website design. It’s a part of the process; not a standalone vocation.

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    Warren: I don’t know anyone who would be out looking for a job doing wireframing exclusively – it’s something that any designer worth their salt should do before they begin designing. It should be a part of the initial planning with a client.

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    Great round up right here, very much appreciated. We did a hell of a lot of wire framing when creating our property portal, and still do when creating further ‘features’.

    It’s a great way of breaking down exactly what you want, and brain storming without any restrictions… A perfect solution.

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    Really nice one, which need to be follow the small companies. Excellent

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    thanks very much for the rich information. great !

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    thanks very much for the helpful solutions

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    I’m genuinely not being offensive, but how hard is it for people to realise that sketching things out on paper first, is generally a good idea? And why do they need TUTORIALS telling them how to do it?

    Good article, although not worth much for me as I have common sense.

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    Thanks a lot .. its really great place for me. This is what i have been looking from long time.. even i asked number of expert, but havent got any proper response. NOw i have to the point answer… thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!

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    An interesting tool

    http://www.aypwip.org/webnote/drupalando

    It´s a wiki, it may altered by any user.

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    Be very careful when choosing wireframe tools. Most of them create pretty screenshots that add little clarity. If the wireframe tool doesn’t support:
    1. working links/anchors to multiple pages
    2. shared content (topnav, bottomnav) for easy maintenance/updates
    3. export to a format that everyone on the team can view
    run for the hills. Surprisingly, the above are considered optional features.

    Only trivial sites can get away with wireframe tools that don’t support this – in which case you don’t need a wireframe.

    In my experience, the best wireframe is actually building a throwaway prototype site in HTML + Flash (no graphics, just links establishing workflow). As websites get more complex (ajax), this is the only way to approximate the experience. Plus… everyone understands a mini-website unlike the hidden language of wireframes i.e. I thought the line in this diagram meant a link on the page.

    p.s. Anyone thinking they can represent a website using paper needs to have their head examined. i.e. “Where does this link go?” “Just a second… I’ll grab the page!”

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    Konigi is a fantastic resource for wireframers- they have stencils, sketch pads, grayscale icon sets, and lots of inspirational designs. Take a look in the Tools section- they even have Wireframe Magnets.

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    Thanks for the great list, very useful, as usual.

    My tools of choice: the DotGrid notebook and a pencil pen for sketches, then the Blueprint framework for the rest. See the result.

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    Why do I get the feeling that this is going to be mentioned by the great VP of Internet Business?

    if you’re laughing at the title, yes, we have ‘em.

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    iPlotz or pencil+paper are my favorites…

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    you can also use our free vector ui patterns for sketching web apps: http://bit.ly/1Hn4oT

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    My only complaint is that the Carsonified article and the Pro Designer article are exactly the same. With the exception of a few word changes here and there. I realize it’s easier than ever to lift other people’s work in the age of the internet, but it still doesn’t make it cool.

    I’d like to see SM get to the bottom of who wrote their article first, then delete the other one. Other than that, this SM article is great. Thanks!

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    Perfect Article. Good work Smashing!

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    To build interfaces, we also can use our hands !
    At the beginning of a project it is fun and efficient.

    Look at this usability paper mock-up kit made by the french company Usabilis :
    http://blog.usabilis.com/post/2010/01/14/Outil-%3A-Kit-de-Maquettage-pour-conception-d-interface

    It’s helpfull!

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    Um, yes, you can get a job making wireframes almost exclusively. I know because I’m one of Warren’s hated just-out-of-schoolers who’s had a job doing such for the past 2 years. My job consists solely of making wireframes, sitemaps, user flows and then writing the documentation later in the process to back it up. It’s called interaction design, the murky underworld between graphic designers and programmers.

    Bitter Warren, or any one else, if you want to find a job where you’re spending 99% of your time making wireframes, try any digital agency in any major city. Of course these days, it’s also expanded to include financial institutions, airlines, video game companies, insurance companies, and the list goes on for a while…it’s kind of like being an anesthesiologist: highly specialized, but highly necessary.

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    ya we do need it 1st

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    Great set of ressources! However, in the wireframing tools section, you forgot to mention justinmind, http://www.justinmind.com a great tool to wireframe and create fully functional interactive & dynamic prototypes without a single line of code! the prototype is so close from the final product you can even carry out remote user testing! easy & powerful!

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    Nice list of articles, but the tools list leaves out a lot. Many of them mentioned by other posters, but I’ll add: Visio, Powerpoint (yes, Powerpoint!), Dreamweaver.

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    good stuff

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    Really cool content, here are my thoughts on wireframes – http://bit.ly/czdu2H

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    Excellent resource list. Thanks for sharing!

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    Cheers, really useful post, im looking to create some wireframes for a new web app and needed something a little more flexible and faster than Photoshop/Fireworks.

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    great list. I have begun using a new html5 web app MockupTiger.

    What I like is that I can host it on my own server, currently using a trial version. So far working great. Added bonus is huge library of chart/graph widgets

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    Hi Bill, thanks for the shoutout. Here is the link to mockuptiger http://www.mockuptiger.com

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    Thank you for this great share. But, I thought I would like to introduce edraw too. It has a free sketch flowchart symbols library and easy to create the sketch diagrams. freeware
    http://www.edrawsoft.com/freemind.php

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    I do accept as true with all the ideas you have offered for your post. They are very convincing and can definitely work. Nonetheless, the posts are very quick for novices. May you please prolong them a little from subsequent time? Thanks for the post.

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    This website sucks monkey balls. BIG HAIRY MONKEY BALLS! And it smells of neglect.

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    Hi,

    Great collection of resources Cameron, Thank you!

    FYI, I noticed the link to “20 Steps to Better Wireframing” is broken.

    Sree

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    Evelyn Germaine

    March 21, 2012 4:40 pm

    This is a great article! I’m relatively new to all this web design stuff, so I appreciate learning what wireframing is and getting the resources I need to learn more. I also recently took an course to learn about changes to the internet at large. Any other cool or relevant information you guys would recommend to an aspiring web designer?

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    Keynote from Apple is actually a fantastic wireframing tool in so many ways. I despise presentation software (thank you powerpoint!) but in recent years got to like Keynote, then a Seth Godin blog item mentioned the great concept of using Keynote and also outlined a great overall way to “make a website”. Yeah it’s a bit of an oversimplification toward the end, but you get his point!

    Seth Godin: How to make a website: a tactical guide for marketers
    http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2012/12/how-to-make-a-website-a-tactical-guide-for-marketers.html

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    That’s pretty cool, thank you so much for this!

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    Dominik Gorecki

    June 12, 2013 9:35 pm

    Also check out this link for a great free wire frame kit in a sketch style.
    http://www.dominikgorecki.com/2013/06/sketch-wireframe-kit/

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    http://www.uxpin.com is an awesome new wireframing and prototyping tool I’ve been using a lot. It’s growing pretty rapidly internationally and, now, in the US.

    It’s a web application that seamlessly covers the following design stages:
    * flowcharting
    * wireframing
    * mockuping (lightweight adjustments to graphics)
    * prototyping

    It’s working on tight integrations into mockup tools so designers can export wireframes into popular tools like photoshop, illustrator, etc. to build higher-fidelity mockups then import them back into uxpin.com for final prototypes and presentation before development begins. Axure, Omnigraffle, Balsamiq, and others should watch out for this team!

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    I second that! Well researched article. Here’s one excellent software resource I’m currently using – http://creately.com/diagtype/wireframe Luurve the interface and Smart K Objects, too!

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